For the vast majority of people, Tempromandibular Joint Disorders (commonly known as TMJ) is a downward spiral of increasing tightness and pain. Due to a variety of possible factors, the
Foam Rollers for Back and Spine Relief
Foam rollers are great tools for both massage and fitness. They come in many shapes, sizes and varying textures. When used for self-massage, they help soothe tight, sore areas (known
Suffering from Plantar Fasciitis?
What is Plantar Fasciitis? According to WebMD, plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. So what it is? An inflammation of the Plantar fascia (connective tissue on
Tips on Managing Back Pain
For our clients suffering from back pain-there are options and treatments! We want to share this informative article and video from Dr. Jason Yong, of Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital.
Time to Restart Your New Year’s Resolution
So the holiday season is now over and done. The family gatherings, celebrations, parties, decorating-done, done and done! 2017 is a new year and promises were made to make this
From the Entire Staff of Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab, Inc….. HAVE A HAPPY AND HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON!
When should I see a physical therapist???
When should I see a physical therapist? By Kellie Robinson, DPT Physical therapists are trained to treat a variety of diagnoses spanning from joint pain (whether its muscle or nerve
Tips for Helping With Low Back Pain
“Nearly two-thirds of Americans experience low back pain, but 37 percent do not seek professional help for pain relief, according to the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) “Move Forward” Low
PPS Preview: The Best Methods to Ensure a Full Course of Treatment
Will you be at PPS next week? If so, come to my Friday session! I promise you will learn something, take some great tips and tools away, and return to
What is Spinal Decompression Traction?
What is Spinal Decompression Traction? Can Spinal Decompression Traction really help? Who can should get it? These are a few of the questions we get asked all the time… Spinal