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Why You Need Our Doctors of Physical Therapy on Your Healthcare Team

With health in sharp focus as a result of the pandemic, now may be a good time to look at the team of experts you have in place and see if there are any improvements you could make. You probably have a family doctor, dentist, and optometrist. Maybe you have some specialist physicians, a personal (click for more)

My Joints Hurt – Is It Safe To Exercise?

The short answer:  Yes.  Often with joint pain you don’t really want to move.  It may be counter intuitive, but often that’s exactly what you need to do.  Multiple research studies have shown that exercise is an important intervention FOR joint pain.  Exercise has been shown to be effective in the management of hip, knee (click for more)

How Do I Have Tennis Elbow When I Don’t Play Tennis!?

          Tennis elbow is the most common overuse injury of the elbow, and it should be known that only 5% of people that develop tennis elbow actually play tennis! Repetitive stress to the tendons around the outside of the elbow can lead to this disorder. The medical term you may hear is “Lateral Epicondylitis.” People (click for more)

What A Pain in the Neck Neck Pain Can Be!

Neck pain can present in a variety of manners. It is often localized to the neck, however, it can also cause pain that radiates into the shoulders and even throughout the arm and hand. Additionally, pain can radiate upwards, creating headaches. The neck is built for movement and having neck pain that limits movement can (click for more)

Get PT First During the COVID-19 Pandemic @ Greensboro Physical Therapy

Because of the closures of physician’s offices, stoppages of elective surgeries, and social distancing guidelines resulting from COVID-19, many people with pain or joint issues have had appointments or surgeries delayed. If you’re one of them and you haven’t seen someone about it yet, you should. Here are some reasons why you should pick our (click for more)

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