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Why Choosing Physical Therapy in 2022 Can Help Achieve Your Goals By: Richard Gardner, PT, DPT: Board Certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy            Happy New Year to our patients, friends, and readers who accidentally stumbled across this blog post.  I hope and pray 2022 is the year you can meet your goals and become better in all aspects of your life.  I have never been one for New Year’s Resolutions.  I don’t like the idea of...
Posted on 2022-01-03
Why Does My Jaw Hurt and Can Physical Therapy Actually Help? By: Hannah Hatcher, PT, DPT Got jaw pain? Waking up in the morning with your jaw feeling tight? Get pain or hear a clicking sounds with chewing food, yawning, or talking? Any symptoms in conjunction with your jaw pain such as headaches, neck and shoulder pain, or dizziness? You might have what is called temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD).   What is Temporomandibular Disorder? In short, TMD is a plethora of conditi...
Posted on 2021-12-01
Help My Plantar Fasciitis! By Evan Loomis, PT, DPT We ask a lot of our feet. They carry us around all day long, we cram them into uncomfortable shoes, we stub them against furniture; we acquire all sorts of injuries to our feet in the course of a life lived fully. But of all the foot conditions seen in a physical therapy clinic, plantar fasciitis can be a particularly painful and pernicious issue. According to the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), plantar fasciitis will occur...
Posted on 2021-11-01
    ACL Tears: Can We Prevent Them? By: Richard Gardner, PT, DPT: Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy  Fall is in the air. Temperatures are falling, leaves are changing, and football fields across the country are in full gear of the season.  In Razorback country we have a newfound love for our team that we have not felt in many years.  Along with this amazing sport that draws so much passion, is a high risk of injury.  Every ...
Posted on 2021-10-01
Getting the Low Down on Low Back Pain By: Richard Gardner, PT, DPT: Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy        One of the most common conditions we treat in clinic is lower back pain.  It is a very common condition that effects up to 36% of the population annually (Hoy, et. al., 2010)   In addition, there are several types of lower back pain.  The scary thing is there are several different “professionals” that...
Posted on 2021-09-01

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