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Take The Next Step To Pain Relief
Mark Twain once said that growing old is an issue of “mind over matter,” but if you struggle with knee or hip pain, then you know that this isn’t true at all. Knee and hip pain can really take the spring out of your step, causingyoutomoveslowerand leavingyouwithpainthatbecomesmore difficult to cope with, step after step. There isanendless listofreasonsastowhykneeorhippainmaydevelop, fromaslipor fall-relatedaccidenttoasports injuryorevenacaraccident. Don’t Wait Until It Is Too Late! When an injury develops, seeking the support of a physical therapist is the best course of action. Working with a physical therapist soon after an injury develops can help reduce your recoverytimeand improveyourabilitytocopewiththepainanddiscomfort by introducing you to targeted exercises and stretching techniques that can enhance your ability to recover from the injury.
When you are dealing with a knee or hip injury, every step requires more effort than typical. This can really drain your energy level as you attempt to go about doing even basic tasks, such as taking care of your home or walking around the office. WhatCanPhysicalTherapyDotoHelp? Physicaltherapy isnotaone-stop cure-all for pain management. This is a long-term solution to pain and sufferingthroughtheuseoftargetedexercisesandstretchingtechniques that are designed to strengthen the targeted areas and help the body recover and heal. By identifying the exact points on the body that are not moving as they should, it is possible tomake a plan to increase flexibility, motion, strength and even improve coordination.
ARE YOU LETTING HIP & KNEE PAIN HAVE A SAY IN YOUR DAY? CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT OR FREE CONSULTATION TODAY!
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