You are probably aware that yoga is good for your health. Perhaps you've even tried it for yourself and discovered that it makes you feel better. Yoga offers many mental and physical health benefits, including improved flexibility, mental clarity, stress reduction, and more. These are the top 8 benefits of yoga:


If you are experiencing rotator cuff pain, more likely than not, your doctor has recommended a combination of rest, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medicines, and/or steroid injections. All of these are common treatments to help alleviate shoulder pain. But, if your injury is too great or these treatments are continually ineffective, rotator cuff surgery may be the recommended course of action.


Joints can be damaged by injury and disease. There are exercises, minor procedures, and other treatments that can help ease pain and increase function and mobility. But for some people, these options only work for so long. If you experience significant joint pain and problems with mobility, and medical treatments aren’t working, your doctor may have recommended joint replacement surgery. With physical therapy before and after your procedure, you can feel and move better than you ever imagined. Keep reading to learn how joint replacement physical therapy can improve your outcomes and your quality of life.


People suffering from arthritis of the knee or certain sports injuries may be steered toward total knee replacement surgery to lessen pain, restore joint functionality, and improve range of motion. For many who undergo this type of surgery, it can take about 12 weeks of physical therapy-based rehabilitation to have a fully functioning, ready-to-use joint!


After you’ve had orthopedic surgery or injury, the last thing you feel like doing is exercising and moving that painful part of your body. You may be worried about making things worse. But rest-assured, the benefits of starting and continuing a physical therapy regimen post-injury or surgery are long-lasting.


Facing surgery can be a little scary. Not only are you unsure how the operation itself will go, but you also may not be clear about what to expect once the anesthesia has worn off. Fortunately, there are things that physical therapists can do to speed up the recovery process for your surgery, especially if you get started shortly after the procedure. Some of these things people may not have even realized we can help with!

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