Your Age Is Just A Number: Redefine “Old”

Physical Therapy Can Help You Be Your Best At Any Age Ageism is defined as stereotyping or discriminating a person or group because of their age. Here’s a quick test: What comes to mind when you think of an elderly person? How do you define the word old? ●... read more

Your MRI Might Not Give You The Entire Picture

Does Your MRI Look Scary? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Panic Have you had an MRI or CT scan that came back with some bad news? Disc degeneration, bulges, protrusions…it can sound very serious and scary. It might sound crazy, but you can have all these... read more

Part 1 – Chronic Pain: What Is It?

The following is part 1 of 3 in a series covering the issue of Chronic Pain. See the bottom of this article for links to the rest of the series. Chronic Pain Is Real, And It Can Ruin Your Life Chronic pain is a condition that impacts almost everybody in some way. If... read more

Video – Why You Should Get PT First

This video was made by Jimmy McKay, a physical therapy student at Marymount University. He also is part of a podcast for therapists and PT students at www.ptpintcast.com If you have a video that you’d like to share with the world, contact us. We’re all... read more

Have Low Back Pain? Get Physical Therapy First

Do You Have Low Back Pain? Physical Therapy Can Help! You’ve likely already seen the statistics on low back pain. Up to 80% of us will have an episode of back pain at some point in our lives. For many people this pain doesn’t go away and may become chronic... read more

Laura’s Story

Overcoming The Odds With The Help Of A Physical Therapist About 7 months after graduating with my master’s in Speech-Language Pathology, my grandmother died of cancer. In order to attend her out-of-state funeral, I put on pause my commitments at work and my hobbies of... read more

Running Is Good For Your Knees by Erson Religioso

This is the third in a series of videos from Erson Religioso on things you should know about physical therapy. This video is about a commonly held, but incorrect, belief that running is bad for your knees and only leads to future pain and arthritis. The lesson is,... read more