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Clinical practice guidelines for acute lateral ankle sprain and ankle instability

Understanding where to turn when your ankle is injured can be confusing and challenging. That is why we summarize as much as we can for you regarding up-to-date rehab principles. The following is a recent journal...

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ) and Physical Therapy

CLASSIFICATION – Diagnostic classification of temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) can be challenging,   given the complexities inherent in presentations of headache and orofacial pain.  Classification is critical to selecting the appropriate intervention. A summary of a study...

An Expert Guide to Low Back Pain

LOW BACK PAIN A Powerful Expert Guide Skip to the Bottom for Summary of What to Do About Your Back Pain ALL TOO COMMON OCCURRENCE Daily, I see patients who are concerned about the course they should...

Why Using a Shoulder/Sports Specialist Could Save Your Shoulder

SHOULDER TROM – Not a futuristic prosthetic, but a rehab acronym that represents“TOTAL RANGE OF MOTION” It has long been thought in the medical community that a shoulder internal rotation ROM deficit can  lead to injury...

Creep – A Health Lesson you Don’t Want to Miss

WHAT DOES CREEP MEAN Let’s be honest, when you hear the word creep, you aren’t thinking of mechanical term associations like “cold flow”. After this important subject investigation on creep loading, I hope you will think...

Marathon Races – 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Running 26.2 Miles

Recently, the wife of one of our beloved DPTs ran a marathon in Utah, finishing 4th in her division.  Congratulations are certainly warranted to Melissa Wood, this great example of the POLICE principle, for training and running...