How Long Will I Have Pain After Rotator Cuff Surgery

How long will I have pain after rotator cuff surgery?

December 10th, 2020

The answer for each patient can vary slightly. The most typical length of time patients experience pain after rotator cuff surgery is six months. It’s at this point that many patients are able to return to many of their pre-surgery activities.  Physical therapists are a vital part of your recovery process after rotator cuff surgery.

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Foot Arch Pain Not Plantar Fasciitis

Three causes of foot arch pain that are not plantar fasciitis

December 9th, 2020

Plantar fasciitis is definitely the most common source of arch pain. But that doesn’t mean it’s the only issue that can cause your pain.  Physical therapists can help you learn the cause of foot arch pain that’s not related to plantar fasciitis. These specialists can also help you find effective ways to treat your foot

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Throbbing Pain in Neck

What to do about the throbbing pain in your neck?

December 8th, 2020

Feeling throbbing pain in your neck? Do light touches to the neck or head trigger the pain? Does it feel like you have a migraine? Answering yes to these questions could mean you have a condition called occipital neuralgia. One study of headache clinic patients reveals that over 15% of those surveyed had occipital neuralgia.

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