Actual patient conversation I had yesterday

  Actual conversation I had yesterday with a patient: Ed: So how are you today, how are things going? Patient: Not too terribly horrible Ed: (laughing, probably not very appropriately) What does that actually mean? Patient: You know... Ed: No actually I don't (I wasn't going to let her off the hook) Patient: (after much [...]

By |March 1st, 2017|Blog|

Turn off that night light!

                                                   (picture of courtesy of  Essential Anatomy App)   Circadian rhythms, the body’s internal clock,  are important in determining human sleep patterns. Circadian rhythms are physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow [...]

By |November 27th, 2016|Blog, General|

Rehabilitation after shoulder separation (AC joint separation)

2 important rehab considerations for AC joint injuries: 40%-50% of all shoulder injuries sustained during sports involve the AC joint, with the most common being a "separated shoulder". A "separated shoulder" is actually a separation of the AC joint (acromioclavicular joint). The most common mechanism of injury is a downward force that tears/stretches the AC [...]

5 Reason we stopped billing insurance companies

  “Keep the main thing the main thing” We became PT’s to treat patients, not do hours of paperwork and chase payments from insurance companies. Provide the type of care we feel is needed. One on one care with the same PT, with enough time to listen, treat, and educate our clients. No Pre-authorization of [...]

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

Professional athletes like Kobe and Alex Rodriguez have been doing it for years, but is it right for you?

Professional athletes, including Kobe and Alex Rodriguez have been doing it for years. Is it right for you? We are talking about PRP injections. Many of you may have heard of PRP- Platelet Rich Plasma - for the healing of many common musculoskeletal injuries like tendonitis, muscle strains, and ligament strains. But is the marketing [...]

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