PIPT: How Posture Affects Back & Neck Pain

Patient Success Spotlight

A GREAT OPTION FOR ACHES & PAINS

“Walking Like A Pro!” “At 2 months of age we were concerned about our son Daxon’s ability to hold his head and neck upright. We started with Partners in Physical Therapy and quickly began to see results. Mrs. Windy and Michaella, PT were his favorites. He hated his pressure points being touched, but learned to love it as he got older. He gradually started sitting up and eventually walking. We after thought that we reached our goals and Mrs. Windy would always say “He’s really close”. Partners was persistent in helping us reach his max potential. After a year of consistent therapy, he is walking like a pro. We are proud of where he is with his ability to walk and function. The entire staff has been phenomenal from the therapist to the billing department. We will continue to recommend friends and colleagues here. Thank you very much!” - Daxon Washington Jr. and Family

Clinicians are using laser therapy more often than ever before to help reduce pain and inflammation related to many common conditions. Thousands of doctors and patients have experienced the power of laser therapy and are familiar with its therapeutic effects, but for those who aren’t, here are 5 things everyone should know about it: 1. It reduces pain and inflammation without side effects 2. Can be used for acute and chronic conditions 3. Treatments can be customized for each situation

4. Treatments Feel Good 5. Treatments Are Fast

With LightForce lasers, treatments are quick, usually 5-10 minutes depending on the size, depth, and acuteness of the condition being treated. High-power lasers are able to deliver a lot of energy in a small amount of time, so therapeutic dosages are achieved quickly. For people with packed schedules, patients and clinicians alike, fast and effective treatments are a must.

Relieve Back Pain In Minutes Try this movement if you are experiencing back pain.

Stretches Back

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ANGRY CAT STRETCH While in a crawl position, draw up your spine to arch your back. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat 5 times.

If this exercise does not provide you relief/help, please consider an evaluation to see if we can identify the source of your pain.

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