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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Why We All Should Be Squatting

June 14th, 2018

Why We All Should Be Squatting The squat is a great way to assess functional ability and movement. It allows us to look at trunk stability and extremity mobility.  But why should you care?  Squatting is an activity we are required to do daily (think of toileting, getting in/out of a chair or car).  In fact there are more

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Quick Tips for Cycling From A Physical Therapist

May 24th, 2018

Quick Tips for Cycling Summer is practically here and cycling is a great way to get outdoors and exercise during these warm months.  But how can you do it safely and avoid any aches and pains?  Here are a couple key things to keep in mind. Make sure you have the proper bike fit Knee pain is

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