Feeling aches and pains from your new work-from-home desk arrangement? PRO Medical’s Physical Therapy team has a few suggestions to make your work day less stressful on your body.
To better understand their patient’s jobs, PRO Medical’s Physical Therapist spent a day in the shoes of first responders.
From performance athletes to jet-setting, high-performing executives to busy parents, IV therapy is widely being used to gain an athletic, immunity, nutritional, mental or beauty boost.
PRO Medical Physical Therapy can help. We can find the cause of your pain, even when it may be far from where you feel it. Our PRO Medical Physical Therapists are biomechanical experts. Like mechanics for your body, they’ll create a personalized treatment plan to help you move all the parts properly so you can move painlessly.
You’ve been working enthusiastically, crushing your fitness goals, when suddenly… whoa! Ouch! It’s only a minor ache and pain. Or is it?
Here’s a guide to recognizing four common injuries that you shouldn’t ignore.
Do you have neck pain? See if you are giving yourself “Tech Neck”
Early access to physical therapy has been shown to shorten the course of pain and to minimize the amount of medication needed. Starting a course of physical therapy soon after an injury or pain is also less costly because patients need less follow-up care and miss fewer workdays.
Have you ever described your headache as a real “pain in the neck?” This phrase may contain more truth than you realize.
Headaches can be caused by a number of external factors including stress, illness, injury or poor posture
In my 20 plus years as a foot doctor, I’ve been asked many times… If custom orthotics can help relieve low back pain. My answer has always been a guarded yes. While there aren’t many definitive studies that support this answer, many of my patients have anecdotally pointed out that since wearing custom orthotics, their […]
Most of us don’t think about our back unless it’s giving us pain – and 75 percent of us will experience back pain at some point in our lives. This can range from a “strain” that leaves us feeling tight and sore, to a back that’s completely “out,” which likely involves ligamentous injury, discal insult, […]