Are deadlifts contributing to your low back pain?
Maximizing time with your TMJ Provider
In today’s modern healthcare system, with increased patient volume and reduced clinicians, it can be tough to get proper time with your physical therapist or
TMJ disorder: A personal story
I recently had a patient with TMJ disorder (TMD) come in to the clinic with ringing in her ears. “I’ve tried everything,” she stated with discouragement, “I’ve seen
That’s a word that strikes fear into almost every individual over the age of 25.
Let me start this article by saying I am a physical therapist. As my interest in spinal rehabilitation developed, I noticed an increasing amount of hostility between chiropractors and physical
I’ve seen a great deal of CrossFitters all over the Baltimore area. If there’s one thing I’ve noticed about CrossFit (and even experienced myself), it is a very competitive workout regimen.
“A Physical Therapist? Don’t you just exercise old people?”
Today we’ll focus on what the research says about traction for neck pain and how to use it to our advantage. Contrary to last week's blog detailing the benefits of traction for low back pain, the