Do you suffer from radiating pain to the back, buttocks, or legs? Spinal stenosis may be to blame. Spinal stenosis occurs mostly in people over 50 and can be treated without surgery. Check out this month’s Back in Motion Physical Therapy newsletter for more information on how to relieve pain from spinal stenosis. practicepromotions.net/BackInMotion/2015/October/… Read More
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Patrice Winter, PT, MS, FAAOMPT, demonstrates how you can improve your flying experience, increase your body's blood circulation, and enjoy more comfort whil...
Discover The "Fountain Of Youth" With Aquatic Physical Therapy
Are You Looking For The Fountain Of Youth? For centuries, the fabled “fountain of youth” has lured explorers in search of its powerful waters. As the legend goes, anyone who drinks or bathes from this mythical fountain will have an endless lifetime of youthfulness. While such a place is yet to be d
Respected Orthopedic Sports Medicine Physician, Jay Rapley, MD, to be Recognized as a 2018 Top...
Jay Rapley, MD, Orthopedic Sports Medicine Physician at Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists, and affiliated to the Lee's Summit Medical Center
Blues Guitar 101 Workshop
Join Eric Lacovara from George's Music for this intermediate Blues Guitar workshop! Dates and more information can be found at: www.georgesmusic.com/p...
What Massage Experts Are Saying About Self-Care
Here are 10 easy self-care activities for massage therapists, contributed by massage and spa industry experts.
Physical therapist Robert Gillanders, PT, DPT, offers tips to help you succeed as you begin a new fitness routine in the New Year. For more information about...
Computational Walking Model Aims to Guide Poststroke Physical Therapy Regimen
University of Florida researchers have developed a computational model that they hope could help physical therapists determine the best treatment approach to spur the most optimum recovery from a stroke.