Your Health

Information to help you
This is a list of articles that will help you understand your health, common ailments and recovery efforts.

Taking The "Ouch" Out of Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder impingement is one of the most common causes of pain in the shoulder. It results from the rotator cuff being pinched between the humerus and the scapula.

What is PRP therapy?

​PRP is Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy. Although an emerging technology and technique in sports medicine, it has been used since the mid-1990’s in dental and oral surgery and to aid in soft tissue recovery following plastic surgery.

Home Exercise Protocols

Exercises you can do at home for Cervical Spine, Elbow, Wrist & Hand, Foot & Ankle, Gait & Weight Bearing Precautions, Hip & Knee, and Lumbar Spine & Abdominal.

Physical Therapy Sports Protocols

Physical therapy sports protocols for baseball, basketball, football, golf, running, tennis and Volleyball.

Postoperative Rehabilitation Protocols

Postoperative rehabilitation protocols for ankle, elbow, hip, hand, knee, shoulder and spine.

Nerve Testing - Diagnostic Tests

Similar to testing current flow in a wire, nerve conduction velocity test (NCV) is an electrical test, ordered by your doctor, used to detect abnormal nerve conditions. It is usually ordered to diagnose or evaluate a nerve injury in a person who has weakness or numbness in the arms or legs.

Physical Therapy FAQs

Answers to the most common questions you may have when it comes to physical therapy and recovery.

Tips on Concussion Prevention

Preventing concussions is difficult, so we need to do what we can to reduce the number of concussion as well as properly treat the ones that do occur. Here's a list of recommendations to help reduce the risk of concussion.

Rehabilitation and Sports Performance

Follow-up physical therapy and training sessions including traditional physical therapy techniques, aquatic therapy and occupational & hand therapy.

Preventing ACL Tears - Why Are ACL Tears More Common In Female Athletes?

The ACL is injured in 1 of every 3000 individuals each year, and are classified as either Contact or as Non-contact injuries. Shockingly, perhaps, female athletes sustain Non-contact ACL tears at a rate 5 times higher than their male counterparts.

Orthopedic Conditions & Common Injuries FAQs

Information about common causes of pain and common orthodepic conditions and injuries.
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