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Enhancing Mobility Through Physical Therapy

Maintaining mobility is essential for leading an active and independent life. However, various factors such as injuries, chronic conditions, or the natural aging process can limit our ability to move freely. Physical therapy offers a range of effective techniques and exercises designed to improve mobility, enhance strength, and restore function. In this blog post, we […]

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Shoulder arthritis

One specific and often common arthritis is acromioclavicular [A/C Joint] osteoarthritis.  It is a type of osteoarthritis that affects the joint where the clavicle (collarbone) meets the acromion process of the scapula (shoulder blade) that comes up from the back to meet on top of the shoulder. It is a degenerative joint condition that occurs

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Knee Osteoarthritis

Knee arthritis is called Knee Osteoarthritis by many physicians [this is to distinguish it from Rheumatoid Arthritis]. Knee Osteoarthritis is a slow breakdown of the cartilage ends of the bone [not meniscus cartilage] where we have joints, BUT without a known cause. Why the joint cartilage breaks down or does not grow correctly [often over

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