After an injury, trauma or medical procedure, finding the right rehabilitation facility for your specific needs is an important step in your recovery. It’s a good idea to know how its team plans to work with you while you’re there and how they can help transition you home.
If you’re considering a nerve block for severe pain, here are four things to keep in mind according to our expert.
Handheld massagers put relief from sore muscles in the palm of your hand. Here’s when to use them and how they work.
During breast cancer treatment, it’s common to wrestle with fatigue. Get some advice from a physical therapist who works with breast cancer patients each day.
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Find out some (possibly thought-provoking) reasons why you might want to see a physical therapist.
Dry needling for acute or chronic pain targets trigger points that develop within stressed muscles. The needle can stimulate them to release so that the muscle can return to normal mobility with less pain.
Incorporate these neck stretches and this advice from a physical therapist to prevent your neck from getting tight or stiff.
It’s always good to get up and moving, but are you exercising too much? Learn the warning signs and get recovery tips from a sports medicine physician.
If you have pain radiating down your leg, you may need treatment that ranges from anti-inflammatories to physical therapy to injections to surgery. Here’s what you need to know.