Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Why pelvic health physical therapy is not just for women

November 15th, 2020

The pelvis is the lower part of the human torso between the abdomen and the legs. It contains organs like the bladder and bowels, and it’s a common site of pain in women.  It’s estimated that 10% of all gynecological referrals for women are for pelvic pain. Though less common, pelvic issues can also affect

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Chronic Neck and Shoulder Pain

The connection between chronic neck and shoulder pain

November 14th, 2020

Pain in your neck and shoulder that lasts for months. Difficulty doing normal daily tasks. An increasing reliance on pain medications to get through your day. These are just some of the issues that chronic neck and shoulder pain can lead to.  Unfortunately, long-term neck and shoulder discomfort are far from uncommon. One study reports

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Neck Pain When Looking Up

Why do I have neck pain when looking up?

November 13th, 2020

Most of us aren’t conscious of how often we look up every day. At least, we aren’t until this movement starts to be painful for us.  Determining the specific cause of your neck pain on your own can be difficult. However, a physical therapist can help you learn the source of your neck pain when

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