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Can Kinesiology Tape Help With My Pain?

Can Kinesiology Tape Help With My Pain?

Are you worried about starting physical therapy because of pain? It’s an entirely normal concern to have before starting treatment. And we want to alleviate any worries or anxieties you might have.  You might be thinking that you shouldn’t start physical therapy until your pain subsides. You might also be concerned that physical exercises areContinue Reading »

How To Avoid Golf-related Injuries

How To Avoid Golf-related Injuries

Golf is more injurious than most people realize. Without the proper precautions and knowledge, you can damage yourself and cause significant chronic pain through golf-related injuries. Here’s what you need to know.  When it comes to popular sports, golf is given the most flak. Some proclaim that playing golf simply ‘ruins a good walk’. InContinue Reading »

Motor Vehicle Accidents and Physical Therapy

Motor Vehicle Accidents and Physical Therapy

Recent studies have revealed that roughly every 1 in 4 who experiences a whiplash associated injury from a car accident will deal with pain for greater than 6 months. It is also estimated that up to 20% of those who develop neck pain from a car accident have symptoms that last for greater than 2Continue Reading »

Dry Needling 101

Dry Needling 101

Dry Needling has become a popularized treatment intervention utilized by Physical Therapists over the past decade. More people are coming into our PRO Therapy clinics searching for Dry Needling services on their own or with the recommendation from friends and/or family members that they should give Dry Needling a shot to help reduce their painContinue Reading »

Kinesiology Tape: Beyond the Athlete

Kinesiology Tape: Beyond the Athlete

A common objection to Physical Therapy we hear far too often is, “I’ll wait to start PT until my pain settles down.” We also frequently hear, “I’m in too much pain to be able to tolerate exercise, so PT isn’t right for me.” One of the most common misconceptions about Physical Therapy is that itContinue Reading »

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