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Physical Therapy for Sprained Ankles
Physical Therapy for Sprained Ankles

Thousands upon thousands of people twist their ankles every hour. Sprained ankles are so abundantly common, some refer to them as the “common cold of musculoskeletal injuries.” Although comparing an injury to the common cold may make it sound like it’s non-life-threatening ...

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Blog posts in Rehabilitation

  • How Physical Therapy Can Help Stroke Survivors

    Nobody is prepared for a stroke. This often-catastrophic health event can cause partial paralysis, motor impairments, blindness, and loss of ...

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  • Physical Therapy Exercises to Ease Sciatica Pain

    The sciatic nerve is the longest, widest nerve in the human body, and it provides sensation from the lower back through the buttock region and down ...

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  • How Your Desk Job Is Causing You Pain

    It may surprise you to learn how a job with few physical demands, if any, can be so taxing on the body. Of course, working at a job where you must ...

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  • Why You Should Attend Physical Therapy Before and After Surgery

    Whether you’ve suffered an injury or you’re tired of dealing with chronic pain, sometimes, surgery is a necessary step to healing and living ...

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  • Paying It Forward: A Physical Therapist's Inspirational Journey

    In 2004, Dani Burt was 19 years old when she crashed her motorcycle into a guardrail, launching her off the side of a cliff. Luckily, Dani did not ...

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  • Inspirational Stories to Motivate Your Recovery

    The practice of physical therapy is rooted in evidence-based science, which can entail a rigid clinical objectivity. However, another major component ...

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  • A Physical Therapist's Guide to Stroke Rehabilitation

    What Is a Stroke? A stroke occurs when poor blood flow to the brain leads to damaged brain tissue, disrupting normal brain functions. There are two ...

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  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

    Factors that Contribute to the Development of CTE If you pay any attention to professional football, you’ve probably heard of chronic traumatic ...

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  • How PT Can Prevent Post-Surgical Deep Vein Thrombosis

    The more serious and invasive the surgery, the more likely you are to be immobilized for a time. With limited motion comes the potential for painful ...

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