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Can physiotherapy be used for preventative purposes to prevent injury from happening in the first place or is it only used to address conditions/injuries that have already happened?

Can physiotherapy be used for preventative purposes to prevent injury from happening in the first place or is it only used to address conditions/injuries that have already happened?

Great question!! Physical therapists/physiotherapists are ‘movement specialists’. That being said to answer your question, yes physical therapy can be effective in preventing injuries from happening in the first place. Formal evaluation by a licensed physical therapist can help identify faulty mechanics and train those...

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Clogged Milk Ducts Can Be a Real Pain

Clogged Milk Ducts Can Be a Real Pain

Clogged milk ducts are not too prevalent, but they can be a real pain at a critical time for you and baby. In this video, Dr. Jen Rawlins, PT, DPT, CAPP-OB, shares some key information and tips for success. BreakThrough offers a complimentary consultation call with one of our Care Coordinators. In this call, we

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Comparing Ergonomic Solutions for Your Company

Comparing Ergonomic Solutions for Your Company

As an HR Expert, your company relies on you to protect, care for and nurture its people. You must have a plan to assist recruiting, onboarding and ongoing training. You probably have some people working from home, some in the office, some who travel and some who do it all. How is your company caring

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How long should I give the physical therapy exercises before I give up? It all seems geared toward the elderly and my back isn’t getting better.

How long should I give the physical therapy exercises before I give up? It all seems geared toward the elderly and my back isn’t getting better.

According to the Mayo Clinic, roughly 3 million people in the U.S. are affected with back pain. It is a very common complaint amongst not only older adults, but also with working professionals and younger population. Evidence in research shows that most people with acute low back pain regain mobility quickly within the first 2-4

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I woke up and can’t move my neck, what do I do?

I woke up and can’t move my neck, what do I do?

stiff neck | neck pain | Adult Torticollis So, you awoke to excruciating neck pain and you are barely able to turn your head in any direction without pain.  Don’t freak out, this is your body’s natural defense mechanism to let you know something is not right and your body is protecting itself.  Although this

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