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10 Things You Might Not Know Physical Therapists Can Treat.   When many people hear “physical therapy” they might only associate PTs as treating things such as back pain, knee sprains, post-surgical rehab, etc. In reality we can treat everything from head to toe. Read on for some of the conditions that might bother you on a daily basis that your therapist at Emery Physical Therapy can help alleviate and services we provide you might not have realized. 1.  Jaw Pain ...
Posted on 2018-12-01
Direct Access to Physical Therapy in Illinois. In the State of Illinois, you have direct access to physical therapy services without a referral or a prescription.  There are many reasons to see a physical therapist first for your musculoskeletal injury.  Physical therapists are highly trained in evaluating orthopedic injuries and providing direct treatment in the vast majority of cases. Unless there is a fracture that is suspected or surgery is needed, it is unlikely that you woul...
Posted on 2018-11-02
.. . . . . The Right Physical Therapist Near By. You’re injured but you don’t want to be out of the game too long.  You’ve already had a work up and have a diagnosis or you need someone to point you in the right direction.  You’re in luck.  A physical therapist can provide you with a detailed plan to help you recover by incorporating pain relief and the appropriate rehabilitation protocol. For most people, the first step is go to Google and search &...
Posted on 2018-09-11
If the only workout you’ve done over the past few weeks is to think about starting exercise, then it’s time to get started for real. Here’s how to get up, establish a fitness routine, even one right at home today with just a chair and then stay motivated to get you back to life. Lets Get Moving!. Focus on What You Love About You NowPeople often focus on their fitness goals—a certain dress size, weight, or athletic achievement, for instance—without appreciating...
Posted on 2018-09-05
Do you suffer from chronic aches and pains? If so, then you’re not alone. Often times, “mystery” aches and pains are actually caused by localized inflammation in the body, which can occur as a result of overuse or even injury. And while there are anti-inflammatory medications available to help relieve pain, these come with their own potential for adverse side effects. What many people fail to realize is that inflammation can be hugely impacted by your diet and nutrition. By...
Posted on 2018-08-31
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