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Plantar Fasciosis and Physical Therapy

Foot pain can be extremely uncomfortable, plantar fasciosis is a common cause.  Weight bearing on the feet can make this uncomfortable and, in some cases, almost impossible to walk or stand. Being flat footed, overweight, having tight calf muscles, and standing for long periods of time are causes of plantar fasciosis. Symptoms can result in […]

Practices for Maintaining Balance as You Age

As we journey through life, maintaining balance becomes increasingly important. Aging brings about changes in our bodies and minds, making it important to prioritize practices that support physical stability and emotional well-being. Below are examples of things you can do to help maintain balance as you age, enabling you to lead a fulfilling and vibrant […]

Exercises for Sciatica

Irritation of the sciatic nerve causes sciatic pain. The pain typically starts from the lower back and goes down to the knee. Typically, sciatica affects only one side of the buttock and leg: it is rare that both legs experience pain. This pain is usually constant and may come with weakness and numbness in the […]

Bursitis of the Shoulder

Bursitis of the shoulder is a condition characterized by inflammation and irritation of the bursa, which is a small fluid-filled sac that acts as a cushion between tendons, muscles, and bones in the shoulder joint. It can cause pain, limited range of motion, and discomfort in the affected shoulder. Here are some key points about […]

Conditions Treated by Physical Therapy

While most people have an idea of what physical therapy is, many may not realize the wide variety of conditions physical therapists can treat. Physical therapy is commonly associated with rehabilitating injuries and aiding recovery after surgery. While that is a big part of what the profession handles, there is much more to physical therapy […]

Tips to Encourage Physical Therapy at Home. Picture of an Asian female holding a light weight barbell.

Tips to Encourage Physical Therapy at Home

Most physical therapy and rehabilitation programs have patients do exercises at home as part of recovery and long-term maintenance. Adhering to home exercise in rehabilitation is a significant problem, with as much as 50% of patients not completing their programs, potentially having a detrimental effect on outcome. It’s important to stay on top of home […]

Tennis Elbow Pain

Tennis elbow refers to a repetitive use disorder causing recurring pain on the outside of the elbow. While this condition is all too familiar to tennis players, the majority of cases actually can be related to work or recreational activities that involve repetitive use of the forearm muscle, or wrist & hand. (1)(2) This painful […]

Women’s Health Week May 14-20, 2023

It’s National Women’s Health Week! The theme for this year is “Women’s Health, Whole Health: Prevention, Care and Wellbeing.” At Integrity Rehab, we offer physical, occupational, pelvic health and speech therapies to help care for you through all the stages of your life. Plagued by back/neck pain, sciatica, or orthopedic injury? Our physical therapists are […]

Patellofemoral Syndrome: Causes and Potential Treatment

Patellofemoral syndrome is a common source of knee pain. In fact, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians, patellofemoral syndrome is the most common cause of knee pain. It’s usually known as runner’s knee or jumper’s knee. This is because it’s often seen in athletes, but it can happen to anyone. The telltale sign […]

How to Exercise Safely When It’s Cold Outside

Plunging temperatures do not necessarily mean that one has to abandon their exercise routine. With proper precautions, one can still exercise safely outside in the winter. Below are some tips to keep in mind when exercising in colder weather. Exercising in cold weather can be safe. It just takes careful planning.