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You Are NOT Your X-Ray

The use of and hyper-focus on diagnostic imaging in Western medicine (such as x-rays, MRIs (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and CAT scans (Computerized Axial Tomography) is raising alarms in some sectors of the field of medicine. An x-ray or MRI is just one piece of information that must be interpreted in the greater context of a […]

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Rehab Your Golf Swing and Get Back in the Game!

Golf is a high-skill, intermittent-intensity game that challenges your body in a unique way. Repetitive motion injuries, back and neck pain, muscle strains, joint sprains, and other golf injuries are common among golfers. Our physical therapists, athletic trainers, sports performance coaches, and massage therapists offer relief, recovery, injury prevention, and performance improvements. Physical limitations can […]

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Choose Physical Therapy for Safe Pain Management. #ChoosePT

No one wants to live in pain. But no one should put their health at risk in an effort to be pain-free. Doctor-prescribed opioids are appropriate in some cases, but they just mask the pain - and opioid risks include depression, overdose, and addiction, plus withdrawal symptoms when stopping use. That's why the Centers for […]

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How Physical Therapy Can Play a Key Role in Fight Against Opioid Addiction

The presence of pain is one of the most common reasons people seek health care. National surveys have found that chronic pain – pain lasting longer than 3 months-affects approximately 100 million American adults at a cost of $600 billion annually. Pain has been described in the medical literature as a “uniquely individual and subjective […]

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What Makes Us Different

We’re often asked, “What makes you different?” and “What’s special about Balance Physical Therapy?” and “Why should I choose your practice?”   The answers to those questions is that we have a wide variety of specialty services that we offer that can’t be found anywhere else, but it also has to do with our core […]

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PELVIC FLOOR HEALTH — NOT JUST A CONCERN FOR WOMEN

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that supports and stabilizes the pelvis and spine, supports organs, aids in control of bladder and bowel functions, and helps with sexual functions. There is a common misconception that only women can suffer from pelvic health issues, yet men may also experience pelvic floor dysfunction over time. […]

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