Pelvic floor physical therapy is a general term used to describe treatments primarily of incontinence, but may also include any pain of the low back, pelvis area or hips and any dysfunction dealing with pre or post childbirth, bowel or bladder or sexual dysfunction, or...

  As physical therapists, we witness how “bad posture” is a common complaint and characteristic among our patients. Even if patients come in for different reasons, they frequently benefit from posture correction in order to avoid pain, or re-injury.  During treatment,...

I get questions all time from patients who wonder whether it is better to apply heat or ice. The general rule of thumb is to apply some type of moist heat if the area is simply "dull", "stiff", "sore" or "aching" (for example, when you increase your running distance/wo...

Triathletes push their bodies to the limits, but despite the arduous nature of the event, most athletes are injured from overtraining, not competition.

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