Health Blog Category: Manual Therapy
Improve Your Health, Strength, and Physical Activity with These 4 Simple Tips!
It’s not always easy to be active. We’ve all been there – letting the dumbbells collect dust in the garage, throwing the yoga mat in the storage closet, constantly walking by the running shoes without a second glance. However, once you get in the habit of being a habit, it becomes much easier. With these 4 simple tips, you can achieve an active lifestyle even with your busy schedule!
1. Trick yourself into exercising.Read full blog
Suffering from Sciatica Pains? Find Relief Today
Lumbar radiculopathy, commonly referred to as sciatica, is a common condition that many people experience. It occurs as a result of irritation to the sciatic nerve, which is the largest nerve of the body. It stretches from the lumbar spine through the buttocks, and pain from irritation is typically felt in the lower back. However, sciatica pain can also ensue in the buttocks, thigh, or lower limbs, which can pose challenges in mobility. Sciatica is commonly caused by a herniated disc; however, a back trauma or disc degeneration can also result in the condition.Read full blog
What’s the Difference Between Sprains and Strains?
It is a common misconception that “sprains” and “strains” are interchangeable terms. In reality, there are some key differences between the two. In order to understand how they differ, it is important to first understand what ligaments and tendons are.
Ligaments connect bones to bones within a joint, while tendons connect bones to muscles. When you experience a sprain, you are tearing or overstretching a ligament. Conversely, when you experience a strain, you are tearing or overstretching a tendon.Read full blog
Find Relief for Your Hip and Knee Pain with Physical Therapy
Your hips and knees provide complex movements for the body by incorporating multiple joints, muscles, and tendons. When there is damage to any of those joints, muscles, or tendons, it can make moving the hips or knees increasingly difficult.
Luckily, with the help of physical therapy, you can find relief for your hip and knee pain, in addition to decreasing your chances of sustaining a further injury in the future. For more information on how our services can benefit you, schedule a consultation to Cornerstone Physical Therapy today!!Read full blog