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What is Orthopedic Physical Therapy?

Successful recovery is a vital part of every treatment process, whether it’s for treating an injury or recovery and rehabilitation after surgery. But recovering involves more than just resting and taking medication – you also need physical therapy to re-teach your...

Can Physical Therapy Help with My Hip Arthritis?

Since its inception in the early 19th century, physical therapy has helped millions of people—of all ages, with various health conditions and injuries—restore their function and live normal lives. In particular, physical therapy plays a major role in hip arthritis...

Signs It’s Time to See a Cardiologist

Your heart is one hard-working muscle, beating more than 100,000 times a day. It’s important to take preventive care of this crucial organ. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and worldwide. For people without known heart disease, it can...

When Should You Visit a Physiatrist

A physiatrist is a medical doctor that works to improve your quality of life by increasing the physical function of your body. This medical specialty is also known as a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor. If you’re experiencing disability or pain this medical...

Athlete’s Foot: Types, Prevention, Symptoms & Treatment

A common type of fungal infection is known as athlete’s foot. This contagious fungus lives and thrives in warm and moist environments, consisting of public pools, shower room floors, and surrounding areas. Research has indicated that there are three specific types...

5 Benefits of Custom Orthotics for Foot Pain

An orthotic (orthoses) is a device that can be placed directly into shoes to correct any dysfunction in the feet and ankles. Foot orthotics can help reduce foot pain caused by medical conditions such as arthritis, bunions, plantar fasciitis, flat feet, and diabetes....

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