Today we’re talking about accessibility and accessing physical therapy. What do you need to do to come to physical therapy? It’s pretty simple.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38_5aQQ4ZU0?rel=0 Let’s talk a little about lower back pain. Today, lower back pain is the number one cause of people in America to see their family physician. Its not a heart attack, its not high blood pressure, its not diabetes. Its lower back pain and more likely than not it’s a musculoskeletal injury from being
Right now what id like to talk about is Agilus Health. What is an Agilus? Many times you pass by our office on Texas and Jackson, you pass by our office in Kings Country shopping center and you see the word, you mispronounce it and you don’t know what the heck goes on there.
Next I’d like to talk about foot pain and something called Plantar Fasciitis. The number one symptom from Plantar Fasciitis is when you get out of bed in the morning, those first 10 steps to the bathroom, if they’re killer and you have ankle pain or calf pain or pain in the arch of your foot, that’s Plantar Fasciitis.
Your rotator cuff is what keeps your upper arm locked into your shoulder, as well as allowing for the rotating movements of your upper arm. Your upper arm is held into the socket of your shoulder by a group of muscles and tendons that can be potentially injured.
Today I’d like to talk about carpal tunnel. Carpal tunnel is a very misunderstood and over diagnosed problem. When you have true, pure carpal tunnel syndrome, you’re going to have pain, weakness, or numbness in your thumb, pointer finger, and then half of your middle finger.