Health Blog Category: Physical Therapy
Don’t suffer from the excruciating pain of herniated disks. Get relief by receiving physical therapy at Midland Sports Rehab and Freeland Sports RehabRead full blog
There are over 100 types of arthritis that affect 50 million adults, and 300,000 children annually! Don’t live in pain, get relief with Physical Therapy!Read full blog
Ever wonder if there is anything you can do to help with your concussion? Learn how Physical Therapy is a great recovery tool for concussions.Read full blog
What’s so bad about longevity? Consistency, sustainability and longevity are concepts we praise in any other category except health. In fact, many tie Lebron James’s accomplishments and statistics to “Longevity” and refuse to attribute them to the GOAT argument. But because of said Longevity the argument continues and we are all here for it!Read full blog
Your hips, knees, and lower legs are tough because they have to be for your game! However, we’re all still human, and unfortunately, injuries do happen.
The hips and knees are your largest joints, supporting your body’s weight. They work in close coordination, giving us the mobility we need. Conditions such as arthritis, aging, and sports injuries can all cause problems, and before you know it, pain symptoms can flare up.
If you’re experiencing hip, knee, or leg pain, call Midland Sports Rehab and Freeland Sports Rehab to schedule a closer look.Read full blog
Living with Pain? Medication Isn’t Always the Answer!
It seems like every time you turn on the tv, there’s another report about the opioid crisis in the country. There’s a legitimate reason to panic. In 2016 alone, 116 people died every day from overdoses of opioid-related medications. About 11,5 million Americans used prescription painkillers in some way, losing an estimated $504 million in economic costs.
Some researchers also feel that many people who would otherwise be willing to work are sidelined because a drug test would fail.Read full blog
All physical activity comes with a certain level of risk, and because athletes put their bodies through so much stress, the risk of suffering an injury is much greater. As you might expect, the most common sports injuries are minor: abrasions, cramps, blisters, etc.
That said, more serious injuries happen all the time and are typically a result of overuse. For example, a golfer makes the same repeated swinging motion over the course of a round of golf.Read full blog