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Avascular Necrosis

July 16, 2012
Physical Therapy

                 (AVN), also known as osteonecrosis, aseptic necrosis and ischemic bone necrosis, is when bone tissue does not get adequate blood circulation and begins to die at a faster rate than can be repaired. Approximately 10,000 to 20,000 people develop AVN each year in the United States. Early diagnosis and intervention is the key […]

Physical Therapy During Pregnancy

May 31, 2012
Physical Therapy

The number of pregnant women who experience back pain is somewhere between 50 to 70 percent. The reasons for back pain vary from person to person, but the majority of back pain concerns can be accounted for by one of the following reasons: an increase in hormones a change of the body’s center of gravity […]


May 15, 2012
Physical Therapy

The gastrointestinal system (GI) runs your life, especially when aged. Colon health is part of physical health and fitness. It is a major factor in energy, endurance, strength, balance, mental alertness and pain-free movement. It is a major factor in life viability. The GI system impacts heart function. It can change the heart rhythms and […]

Thinking You Can Be the Next Jillian Michaels Overnight

May 15, 2012
Physical Therapy

People have  too many set unrealistic workout goals, or compare themselves to other women who can work out harder/faster/longer. This can actually lead to weight gain instead of weight loss,  either because they  give up on exercising altogether, or  eat when  feel bad, or both. Everyone’s body is different, and the important thing is to […]