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Physical Therapy Exercises for Hip Pain

Aching hips may mean it’s time to address flexibility and strength in your hip flexor muscles. Here are four physical therapy exercises designed to provide relief.

Nov 28th, 2018
5 Proven Ways To Avoid Sports Injuries

It’s first important to know what areas of the body typically get injured during sports activities, and then how to prepare yourself in order to prevent an injury.

Nov 28th, 2018
The Neglected Thoracic Spine

People don’t ignore the thoracic spine willfully, they’re usually unaware of the distinctions between the different segments of the vertebral column.

Nov 28th, 2018
Why It’s Important To Do Your Physical Therapy Homework

Anyone who’s ever been to Physical Therapy knows that there are prescribed exercises to be done at home. It is outside of a physical therapist’s scope of practice to prescribe medication, but they can recommend therapeutic exercise.

Nov 28th, 2018
Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is a common symptom for athletes and office workers alike. These simple exercises can improve flexibility and prevent future injury.

Nov 28th, 2018
BabyFit Program

Several changes in a woman’s body occur while carrying a baby. Such changes can result in pain and discomfort in the musculoskeletal system.

Nov 20th, 2018
What Are The Metal Tools Physical Therapists Use?

You may notice your Physical Therapist using different stainless steel tools for soft tissue release while working on your range of motion or mobility. These are the tools used for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM).

Nov 18th, 2018
The Wimbledon Controversy: Environmental Safety in Sports

The recent incident during the Women’s Division of the 2017 Wimbledon tennis tournament sparked controversy because several players had been complaining about the court conditions claiming it was slippery on the thin grass.

Nov 17th, 2018
What Is Manual Therapy?

Orthopedic physical therapists are trained in the management and treatment of injuries and disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

Nov 16th, 2018
Sports Specific Training

Sport-specific training has recently received a lot of attention from the media as it is currently being incorporated into training programs for many A-list celebrities and high-level athletes.

Nov 11th, 2018
Paul Mostoff, DPT Interviewed In Paste Magazine

In an interview with Paste Magazine, Paul Mostoff, DPT, Chief of Physical Therapy at All Sports, answers some of the most common questions that runners have about a range of running-related injuries.

Nov 4th, 2018
Is Your Neck Stiffness Related to Your Shoulder Pain?

Ever had shoulder pain or a stiff/achy neck that occurred without any specific injury? Do you experience shoulder discomfort when sitting for a long time? Does your shoulder still feel weak and painful even after performing exercises to strengthen it?

Nov 2nd, 2018
Backpack Safety

We all come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and it is important to take the time to fit a backpack specifically to your needs.

Aug 9th, 2018
Healthy Cycling

Most pain and injuries related to bicycle use are associated with poor bike fit.

Nov 29th, 2017
Stay On Track This New Year

The start of the year sparks New Year’s resolutions and goals to get physically fit and healthy. Many people will start a new exercise routine or try the latest fad or trend in fitness.

Nov 13th, 2017
How To Properly Do Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises are commonly prescribed in physical therapy to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and treat different conditions.

Nov 29th, 2016
Lower Back Pain During Pregnancy

Back pain or discomfort is very common during pregnancy. Statistics show that 50-70% of pregnant women experience back pain. During pregnancy, ligaments loosen from pregnancy hormones and core muscles have to work harder to protect the spine and pelvis.

Nov 30th, 2014