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Read our latest resource articles from our health blog. We cover topics ranging from pain, injuries, and current treatment strategies that are supported by research. We’ve tried to distill this information down to a simple, easy-to-read format, so you don’t have to wade through the mind-numbing statistics, p-values, and T-tests. Our hope is that these articles help guide you on your road to overcoming pain and returning to those activities that are meaningful to you. 

TMJ

TMJ/TMD Issues? Treatment Options According to the Research

Ever wondered about TMJ? Perhaps you or someone you know was told that they have TMJ, or that they needed to have their TMJ looked at. But for many, "TMJ" is simply a term thrown around to describe jaw pain, or clicking/popping. In this article, we'll explore the...
Long Haul Covid

Long-Haul Covid-19: An interview with Massage Magazine

I know we're all tired of hearing about the big "C" word...who isn't. Life changed about two years ago and, even as we struggle to pry back normalcy in our lives, we are confronted with some of the fall-out from the pandemic. Some of those most affected by the...
Kinesiology Tape

Kinesiology Tape Part 2: Myths, Facts, and When to Use it

We'll call this installment: Indications, Contraindications, & Guidelines for Use. This is Part 2 of a series on Kinesiology Tape. Read Part 1 Here. Part 1 of this series focused on the basics of kinesiology tape: what it is, how it's used, and some of the...
North Porter

Building Relationships & Chronic Pain

Hey, check out this interview I recently did on a relatively new show. The North Porter Street Podcast explores the formative experiences, philosophy of care, and clinical/professional backgrounds of professionals and leaders in the local medical community in Augusta,...
neck pain

Neck Pain: Treatment Options?

Ever have a "crick" in your neck that doesn't seem to get any better? No matter how you stretch, bend, or move it, it never seems to get better. If so, you're not alone. In fact,  a lot of research has been published over the last several years about neck pain and the...
Shoulder Pain

Chronic Pain? How to address persistent pain.

What exactly is chronic pain? Well, the easy answer is "pain that has been going on for a while". But let's dive into the details a bit. We'll try to provide a high-level explanation of pain & chronic pain and what the research shows is effective in treating it....
Kinesiology Tape

Kinesiology Tape: What it is & how to use it

***NERD ALERT! This article covers the ins-and-outs of kinesiology tape. Being a former professor, I can't help but share all of the research and details here, so be prepared 🙂    What is Kinesiology Tape?   If you have watched any major sporting event in the...

Living with Osteoarthritis (OA)

As we age, time takes its toll on many of our body’s systems and organs. Our joints are no different. Osteoarthritis is a common issue that many people will deal with as they age.   What is Osteoarthritis?   Arthritis basically just means “inflammation of...
Lymphedema

Physical Therapy Treatment Options for Lymphedema

Lymphedema poses many challenges to providers and patients alike. Often times, specialists like vascular surgeons receive referrals for patients diagnosed with lymphedema, and there is little they can do surgically to reverse lymphedema.   For patients, a...
Performance

Knee Pain? Outpatient Therapy Treatment Options

Many conditions lead to knee pain. However, osteoarthritis (OA) and patellar tendinopathy (PT) are the most common causes of knee pain in adults [1][2]. Symptoms go on for years and impact quality of life, participation in sports or leisure activities, and even work-...

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