Every year, our physical therapy team meets thousands of individuals recovering from surgery. Whether you’re undergoing a joint replacement, a back surgery, or some other procedure, we’re confident that working with a physical therapist can help you heal up and get back to your active lifestyle as efficiently and safely as possible. Curious about why
Category: Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy is an essential part of the recovery process. Throughout the area, there are a plethora of professionals in the industry of physical therapy and rehabilitation. It can be hard to know what to look for and it can be a very challenging process at times. It’s important to find a healthcare provider that aligns with
Got a busy life? Can’t find your keys? Did the dog just track in mud on the living room carpet? It’s these little things that add up and affect your ability to cope and can cause you to have a stress-related headache. The next time you have a stress-related headache, don’t reach for the aspirin.
Concussions are being treated more seriously than ever – especially in the world of athletics, where concerns over brain damage have placed high-impact sports such as football under a glaring public spotlight. But whether you received this form of brain injury during an athletic event or in an auto accident, you need to proceed toward
Cupping is an ancient technique used in many cultures with many different purposes/techniques. It includes wet and dry cupping, but this post is focused on dry cupping. Dry cupping is commonly used to treat pain/musculoskeletal disorders. The most common technique is using a small round glass with a rolled rim to ensure uniform and air-tight
Peak Performance Physical Therapy is happy to announce effective Jan. 1, 2015 Michigan will have Direct Consumer Access for Physical Therapy services. Michigan was the last state in the United States to receive Direct Consumer Access for Physical Therapy. Governor Snyder signed SB 690 (PA260-14) into law on June 26th, 2014. What does this mean
According to this new study from the University of Utah, early referral to physical therapy for mechanical low back pain is linked with: 1) lower overall health care costs, 2) fewer doctor visits, 3) less use of advanced imaging (CT scans, MRIs), 4) reduced risk of surgery and injections, and 5) decreased use of narcotic