Health Blog Category: Cornerstone Physical Therapy
When you wake up in the morning, do you feel achy? While aches and pains are common from time to time, waking up every morning with them can indicate a more serious problem.
If you wake up with painful sensations for no apparent reason, don’t hesitate to contact Cornerstone Physical Therapy for help as soon as possible.
We’ll get to the source of your issue to help you find chronic pain relief, so you may wake up feeling refreshed in the mornings!Read full blog
Are you living with arthritis? If so, you know how much it can control your routine. Arthritis can be extremely limiting to a person’s life, and unfortunately, it is a disorder of the joints that millions of people live with.
While arthritis is debilitating, there is light at the end of the tunnel: it can certainly be managed! If you believe you may be living with arthritic symptoms, call Cornerstone Physical Therapy as soon as possible.Read full blog
Move Comfortably Once Again with the Help of Physical Therapy
Do your weight-bearing joints feel more like pain-bearing joints these days? If you have a hip or knee that just can’t support your body weight without causing annoying aches or agonizing pains, you may be unable to perform your job, play sports, handle household tasks, or even find a comfortable sitting or sleeping position.
These limitations and frustrations might have you taking potentially risky painkillers or considering joint replacement surgery.Read full blog
Ready to Find Pain Relief Without the Side Effects of Opioids?
Pain is a serious problem in today’s world. An estimated 1 out of every 5 Americans suffers from some degree of chronic pain, and 8 percent of those sufferers find the pain so intense that they can’t pursue their normal activities. It’s little wonder, then, that painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs have grown into such a mammoth industry.
Unfortunately, these drugs offer their own share of troubles, from addiction to dangerous effects on internal organs.Read full blog
Living With Pain? Physical Therapy Can Help
What if someone told you that the opioids you’re taking for pain relief are actually making your arthritis worse? You’d probably want to listen to that person. Opioids like morphine and oxycodone alter your perception of pain.
You might be “feeling no pain” when you take these pills, but it’s actually doing nothing to improve your arthritis symptoms.
Before you take another pill for your arthritis pain, call Cornerstone Physical Therapy to schedule an appointment with a physical therapist.Read full blog
Get Past Your Back Pain Blues with Holistic PT Treatments
Most Americans will have temporary back pain at some point in their lives. However, when back pain is not temporary, it can greatly impact your quality of life.
The good news is that you don’t have to live permanently with back pain. Taking a proactive approach, such as working with a physical therapist, can help you finally find back pain relief.Read full blog
Arthritis Pains Don’t Need to Slow You Down Any Longer!
If you have arthritis, then you know all about the difficulties with moving and functioning in daily life that it can present. What you might not know, however, is that physical therapy can help you find relief from your arthritis pain.
There is no cure for arthritis, but by using the exercises and techniques that your physical therapist can teach you, the onset of arthritis can be slowed and you will experience less pain overall.Read full blog
Don’t Let Yourself Live in Pain Any Longer!
Whether you have recently started waking up with generalized aches and pains or suffering from chronic pain for a long time, physical therapy has been proven to be the best possible treatment method for you.
A sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise, poor nutrition, or an injury can all contribute to aches and pains. The bad news is that the pain is probably not going to go away on its own.Read full blog
Find the Answer to Your Back Pains Today!
Most Americans will suffer temporary back pain at some point in their lives. When back pain is not temporary, however, it becomes a major quality of life issue. The American Physical Therapy Association states that back pain is the most commonly experienced form of pain for Americans.
In fact, one in every four Americans has sustained some sort of back pain in the past three months.Read full blog