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What If We Told You That Not All Physical Therapy is Created Equal?

Setting: Orthopedic MD office.  You have just had an x-ray that came back clear (no breaks, hallelujah), medicine hasn’t helped the pain, and the MD enters the room: MD:  Hi (insert your name here), everything looks clear on the x-ray and you still have pain so I think it might be time to try some (click for more)



Want to Start a New Activity? Have Movement Goals? Here’s How Greensboro Physical Therapy Can Help.

When companies that operate in big industries like financial services and pharmaceuticals want to update their business models, streamline their market approach or launch a new commercial product, they often turn to the expertise of consultants. These experts have vast knowledge to help companies solve problems and achieve their goals. Did you know there’s such (click for more)



RunTheBoro 2019 PSA

So spring is here, as well as everything that comes with it – warmer temps, rain, pollen, rain, short sleeves, rain, pollen…  While we can do with a little less of some along the way, it usually means more activity, getting outdoors and having some fun!  Know something else that comes with spring?  Runnerdude’s RunTheBoro What (click for more)



The No. 1 Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Physical Therapy Experience

Dealing with the pain and limited mobility associated with an injury or illness can be stressful for so many reasons. You might have questions like, “How long will I be sidelined?” and “What do I need to do to get better?” Or maybe you’re worried about how you’ll pick your children up from school, walk (click for more)



What’s The Deal With Knee Osteoarthritis? (And What Can You Do About It?)

Osteoarthritis (OA) is characterized by cell stress/degradation caused by trauma and maladaptive repair in joints.  Articular cartilage, which covers the bones in the knee joint, is avascular (has no blood supply), does not regenerate, and receives nutrients through diffusion via mechanical pressure (which means if you don’t move, it doesn’t get nutrients!). Pain actually occurs (click for more)




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