Tag: physical therapy

Yoga for Overall Health

Looking for an activity that offers strengthening benefits and can boost your bone health? Yoga may be right for you. As long as proper injury prevention measures are followed and personal physical ability is taken into account, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons suggests that yoga offers the following benefits:… Read more »

When To See a Physical Therapist

Physical therapists are licensed to care for a variety of musculoskeletal problems, from chronic pain and overuse injuries to joint replacement rehabilitation. At Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery, our team is experienced in treating pain and limitations in mobility, with the goal of facilitating a full and rapid recovery for each… Read more »

Summer runFIT Running Clinic

Summer is officially here, and our popular runFIT running clinic is back July 11-Aug. 6! For this summer clinic, we’re offering eight sessions in just four weeks – combining indoor (Mondays) and outdoor instruction (Saturdays). Mondays will be reserved for indoor sessions in which you can expect to learn biomechanically correct running… Read more »

SLAP Tear Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

At Rebound, our physicians give your shoulder injury or condition compassionate and thoughtful attention. Our desire is to quickly return you to full mobility and activity by using the latest in diagnostic and treatment techniques for a variety of shoulder injuries, including SLAP tears. Learn about SLAP tear symptoms, causes… Read more »

National Physical Therapy Month Tips From Our PTs

October is Physical Therapy Month, and this year the American Physical Therapy Association’s focus is on healthy aging. Physical therapists and physical therapy assistants can play an impactful role in helping people overcome pain, reclaim mobility and stay active as they age. Our team of physical therapists and physical therapy… Read more »

Frozen Shoulder: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

As a complex joint, the shoulder is susceptible to a variety of ailments- some that may be treated with rest and physical therapy, and some that may require surgical treatment. If you’re 40 years of age or older and experiencing persistent stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint, you may… Read more »

Low Back Pain Risk Factors

Are you suffering from low back pain or the occasional flare-up? It’s more common than you think. In fact, nearly one-third of adults say they suffer from low back pain. And according to new studies, there are quite a few factors that could be putting you in harm’s way. Research… Read more »

How to Identify and Care for Sprained Ankles

Did you know that around 25,000 people sprain their ankle each day? Ankle sprains are surprisingly common injuries that can happen to people of all ages. Our team has the expertise to help you know the signs of a sprained ankle and when it’s time for treatment. Rebound orthopedic surgeon… Read more »