KNEE ARTHROSCOPY: A Case Study

July 16th, 2018

Recently I had a patient come to me complaining of right knee pain which started several months ago; The patient is a female in her mid-fifties and recounted no trauma to her knee, but has been avoiding using her right leg in such activities as walking up/down stairs or getting in/out of a chair.  She also

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Fourth Of July Safety Tips from our Physical Therapist

July 3rd, 2018

Fourth of July is upon us and with it the season for outdoor BBQs and activities. Here are a few tips to keep you healthy and safe during the holiday! DON’T LIFT ALONE! With the high temps in the forecast tomorrow a cooler with some cold drinks is sure to be a staple for your bbq,

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Acupuncture; Getting to the point.

June 25th, 2018

What is Acupuncture? When most people think of acupuncture they think of some mystical ancient medicine but may not know what it is or how it works. Acupuncture is the insertion of extremely fine filament needles into specific points along the body. These points follow 12 main meridians that run from the top of your

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