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Good Balance Linked To Brain Health

Good Balance Linked To Brain Health
Struggling to balance on one leg for 20 seconds or longer was linked to an increased risk for small blood vessel damage in the brain and reduced cognitive function in otherwise healthy people with no clinical symptoms, according to new research. Read More

3 Tips For Enjoying Your Golden Years

3 Tips For Enjoying Your Golden Years
Just like planning for your financial retirement, good health also has to be planned. Read More

6 Scary Facts About The Opioid Epidemic

6 Scary Facts About The Opioid Epidemic
Addiction to pain medications is a problem in America, but what is the solution? Read More

How Many Extra Steps Can Help Save Your Life?

How Many Extra Steps Can Help Save Your Life?
Taking extra steps daily can help those at risk for diabetes avoid heart attack and stroke. Read More

Can You Get Tennis Elbow Without Playing Tennis?

Can You Get Tennis Elbow Without Playing Tennis?
Tennis elbow or pain over the outside of your elbow can be a very nagging injury to get over. Read More

5 Tips To Reduce Foot Pain

5 Tips To Reduce Foot Pain
Nothing is worse than when your feet hurt. Do you ever get out of bed feeling like you're walking on shards of glass? Today's tips will help reduce the foot pain. Read More

Is Your Young Athlete Being Overworked?

Is Your Young Athlete Being Overworked?
Over the last 25 years of treating patients I have seen an increase in injuries in younger athletes. I recently read an article by noted orthopedic surgeon James Andrews, MD. Dr. Andrews' stated that he is seeing "mature" injuries in young kids. Here is more from that article. Read More

Feeling Better by Alleviating Pain

Feeling Better by Alleviating Pain
We have always heard that time heals all things. Well, that is only partially true of your body. The healing doesn't restore your body like before. Here is some information on healing! Read More

Physical and Mental Benefits of a Massage

Physical and Mental Benefits of a Massage
Getting a massage can be a great treat for yourself. Not only does it feel good, but there are some surprising benefits to getting a massage. Here are a few for you to think about. Read More

4 Tips To Reduce Your Risk Of Falling

4 Tips To Reduce Your Risk Of Falling
Have you or a loved one ever experienced a fall? The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) defines a fall as “an unexpected event in which the participants come to rest on the ground, floor, or lower level. (APTA, 2007).” In other words, you do not need to land on the floor in order to have had a fall! Read More

7 Tips To Getting Fit In The New Year

7 Tips To Getting Fit In The New Year
The new year always brings about a need to get fit. It's a great goal, but it's quickly abandoned by most people. I think you should rethink the plan before letting it go by February! Here is some information that can help you get healthier. Read More

Free Consultation with one of our PT's

Free Consultation with one of our PT's
Feeling better often means making a change in your current situation. Often times that change is minimal. Physical therapy can help you with those minor changes that can make a big difference. Read More

Is Your Cell Phone Hurting You?

Is Your Cell Phone Hurting You?
Do you ever wonder what we did without smart phones? I can't hardly remember that, although I did live through it! There is a down side to all this new technology and it's that we are sacrificing our neck and shoulders trying to stay plugged in to the devices. Here is a quick trick to help you with keeping your neck healthy. Read More

Don't lose out on your benefits

Don't lose out on your benefits
Health care benefits are "use or lose" each year. Don't lose those expensive benefits you have paid for because they reset every January. Read More

Heat or Ice?

Heat or Ice?
It can be difficult to remember when to use heat or ice. Here are the rules about heat and ice as well as a few creative ways to make your own ice packs that will flex to fit around the joints. Read More

What's The Best Exercise For People With Arthritis?

What's The Best Exercise For People With Arthritis?
Exercises that are performed through the entire range of motion and have reduced weight bearing on the joints are the easiest to perform. You can start with a stationary bike, or do some movement in a pool that will reduce the stress and strain on the joint. Read More

#1 Food That Causes Arthritis Flare Ups

#1 Food That Causes Arthritis Flare Ups
We are what we eat! Have you ever thought about how your body adjusts to all the things you put into you body? It can cause your body to suffer from all sorts of ailments and diseases. Here are a few things to think about when you are eating your next meal! Read More

9 Things You Should Know About Pain

9 Things You Should Know About Pain
Pain, we all suffer from a form of this everyday some more than others. Here are 9 things you should know about pain. Read More

Suffer From Headaches? Get Relief By Doing This

Suffer From Headaches? Get Relief By Doing This
Headaches can be debilitating. If you suffer from them, you understand what I mean. Here is a quick release to help ease the constant throbbing that occurs when you get a headache. Read More

Get Relief From Carpal Tunnel By Doing This

Get Relief From Carpal Tunnel By Doing This
Numbness of the first 3 fingers can be a sign of carpal tunnel syndrome. Here is a tip to reduce the pain and numbness. Read More

Study For Low Back Pain Shows Significant Improvement

Study For Low Back Pain Shows Significant Improvement
Our recent study for low back pain shows significant improvement, this study was performed by RPT's own Mark Ward, PT. Read about our excellent results here!! Read More

Stimulate And Regenerate Tissue with Astym

Stimulate And Regenerate Tissue with Astym
Astym treatment is safe and effective: Astym is one of the most researched and effective therapy treatments available. Read More

A Cost Effective Alternative To A MRI

A Cost Effective Alternative To A MRI
Many times there is a need for an MRI, but you are unable to have one for many reasons. If you have metal implants or claustrophobia then the MRI won’t work for you. Sometimes the cost for an MRI is just too much to handle. Some conditions can be evaluated by a special test called a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (MSKUS). Read More

Physical Therapists Are Exercise Experts Across The Lifespan

Physical Therapists Are Exercise Experts Across The Lifespan
Did you know that physical therapists are trained to treat movement dysfunctions throughout the ENTIRE human lifespan? Read More

Pitcher's Elbow, Is Your Child at Risk?

Pitcher's Elbow, Is Your Child at Risk?
Medial Apophysitis, or Pitcher's Elbow, is a condition that occurs as a result of an injury or irritation to the inside of the elbow, commonly affecting young athletes. It is often classified as an "overuse syndrome" in baseball or softball players in the developmental stages of rapid growth (approximately 11 to 15 years of age). Pitcher's Elbow can be identified and effectively treated by a physical therapist. Read More

Big Backpacks Can Cause Problems

Big Backpacks Can Cause Problems
Back to school means carrying a lot of books and other items. Most students use a backpack to haul all their stuff around. These tips can save your back. Read More

5 Ways To Manage Stress With Physical Therapy

5 Ways To Manage Stress With Physical Therapy
Each person experiences stress in his or her daily life, whether it is from work or personal life. Some stress is good, but chronic levels of stress can lead to detrimental effects on our bodies involving the musculoskeletal system, nervous system, cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal system, and reproductive system. Physical therapy can help with more than pain management; therapists can offer techniques to assist in decreasing chronic stress levels and add balance back into the body. Read More

Physical Therapy Can Help Prevent Low Back Pain

Physical Therapy Can Help Prevent Low Back Pain
Up to 80% of us will have an episode of back pain at some point in our lives. Read More