Helpful Physical Therapy Articles - Fit Physical Therapy

Rest and Recovery

Do you know someone who exercises often but does not seem to be getting very good results? The reason may be because exercise, no matter good and helpful, is only a small part of an overall healthy lifestyle. Think about...

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 Balance Doesn’t have to Slip Away

 Balance Doesn't have to Slip Away You wobble slightly stepping off a curb, and then down you go. It happens fast, and leaves you to wonder what happened to that great sense of balance you used to have. Balance doesn’t stay...

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AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill

As a licensed physical therapist and CEO and founder of Fit Physical Therapy, one of the things I try to do to make sure we are practicing cutting-edge physical therapy in our clinics is to look at what the top...

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Is your “Physical Therapist” really doing “Physical Therapy”?

Recently an acquaintance asked if I had heard about the new physical therapy clinic that had just opened up. I replied that I had not and was curious to find out a little more about a new colleague in town....

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DDD

It's estimated that as many as 75% of us will have some form of back or neck pain at some point in our lifetime. The good news is that most of us will recover without the need for surgery—and conservative...

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Runners Knee

 If you are a runner, an athlete, or just fairly active and have developed pain around the front of your knee you may be suffering from Runner’s knee, or what the medical world calls Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS).Patellofemoral pain syndrome...

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Mom Struggles

A friend posted on Facebook a few weeks ago about “#momstruggles.” She was referring to her attempt to jump on the trampoline with her kids. Many women responded in agreement that they weren’t as young as they used to be...

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Stretching

If you want to see good movement, watch kids play. Recently I took my kids to the park to play around on the large playground there. Their motion was free and easy as they climbed stairs, slid down slides and...

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Parkinson’s Disease

What do Michael J. Fox, Muhammad Ali, Pope John Paul II and Johnny Cash all have in common? If you answered Parkinson’s Disease, you are correct.Parkinson's disease (PD) is the second most common degenerative brain disorder, after Alzheimer's disease. PD...

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Cardiovascular Exercise

When people think of exercise, they most commonly think of cardio exercise. Walking, Running, Biking, Swimming are all types of cardiovascular exercise.  This heart healthy exercise is critical for your health because the more active you are, the better your...

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