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Is Pain in Your Pelvis Holding You Back?

Is Pain in Your Pelvis Holding You Back from Family and Relationships? Pelvic dysfunction affects both women and men. Here is some recent research that presents how pelvic pain can affect our lives and how we can help heal and be the man or woman we want to be for ourselves and the others in our lives. The latest this month from The Journal of Physical Therapy describes the study by Wuytack et. al brings to light that new mothers describe 3 main themes with regards to pelvic pain: 1. The m...
Posted on 2015-10-13

Morning Success at Bridgetown Physical Therapy

Morning Success at Bridgetown Physical Therapy
Does your morning routine set you up for success? The alarm goes off, what is your first move? What do you want to be optimally able to do? Besides the point if yesterday you got enough sleep or ate things that do not agree with you, today is a chance to start over and set yourself up to feel and perform your best. The morning routine of pros whether it be in sports, business, or any person good at what they do is something to be emulated, but you have to find your own aspects that work...
Posted on 2015-09-22

Reduce Arthritis Pain with Exercise

Reduce Arthritis Pain with Exercise
Benefits of Exercise to Reduce Pain from Arthritis: Those dealing with arthritis know that arthritis can make life very difficult due to chronic joint pain. Arthritis also results in stiffness, which can make performing every day activities feel near impossible at times. While it may not seem like it, exercise is actually one of the most effective ways of dealing with arthritis pain and stiffness. Studies have shown that participating in low-load, moderate intensity exercise actually helps to...
Posted on 2015-08-04

Physical Therapy - Get on the Road to Recovery from Your Injury with the Three P's

Get on the Road to Recovery from Your Injury with the Three P's Every year in the United States, millions of people experience injuries from a variety of circumstances, from working to working out. A recent survey from the National Institute of Health Statistics indicated that low-back pain was the most common type of pain experienced within the last 3 months (28.4) and neck pain (15.1%). 1In fact, low back pain is the leading cause of disability in the world and affect...
Posted on 2014-11-21
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