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The Use of Physical Therapy in Treatment for Endometriosis by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:25am 1 Comment �I have had severe endometriosis for many years and have had several surgeries. Also started having another type of pain, which was very severe. It felt to me like bladder spasms, and I was having frequency urination of every 20 minutes all day long. I finally went to an excellent urologist who was able to feel my pelvic floor muscles through a ... Read on »
Different Physical Therapy Treatments to Alleviate Back Pain by hqbk Posted Tue 05 Jun 2012 6:39am Back pain is one of the most common medical conditions and the number of people affected is on the rise. Hectic work schedules and sedentary lifestyles are often identified as factors responsible for lower back pain. Getting the right treatment at the right time is the solution. Physical therapy can relieve back pain to a large extent, even w ... Read on »
What Are the Different Types of Physical Therapy Treatments? by hqbk Posted Fri 24 Feb 2012 5:35am Physical therapy treatment has been found to be effective in treating pain and lack of mobility that result from medical problems, injuries and illnesses. Physical therapy programs can be provided for individuals of all ages. After an accurate diagnosis of the patient’s condition has been made, physical therapists develop a treatment plan th ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Treatment Help Manage Moderate to Severe Pain by hqbk Posted Thu 16 Feb 2012 5:43am Physical therapy treatment helps manage moderate to severe pain quite effectively and even helps patients get back to their normal routine. The Purpose of Physical Therapy Programs These physical therapy programs are aimed at ensuring total flexibility and strength to the pain-affected regions of the body. They improve the quality of life ... Read on »
Comment on Blogging for Endo Awareness: An Alternative Treatment by Physical Therapy Graduate: Pelvic Floor PT for Endometriosis by Jamee .. Posted Wed 12 Dec 2012 3:43pm [...] have been back in physical therapy for about ten weeks and we’ve mainly been focusing on pelvic floor physical therapy. I had great success after the first round but the surgery this summer did a number on my core [...] Read on »
The Right Mix of Physical Therapy Modalities for Successful Treatment by hqbk Posted Sun 06 Nov 2011 5:48am HealthQuest, a prominent multi-specialty healthcare center based in Brooklyn, New York provides customized physical therapy programs to men and women, both young and old. These programs incorporate a proper balance of the appropriate of the right modalities for a progressive and effective recovery. HealthQuest makes these solutions available to pat ... Read on »
Kinesio taping compared to physical therapy modalities for the treatment of shoulder impingement syndrome by David C. Posted Mon 19 Jul 2010 8:57am The purpose of this study was to determine and compare the efficacy of kinesio-tape and physical therapy modalities in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome. 55 total patients were selected for the study, 30 were treated with kinesio-tape three times by intervals of 3 days, and 25 were on a daily program of local modalities for 2 weeks. ... Read on »
What Type of Treatments Do I Receive in Physical Therapy by hqbk Posted Thu 28 Jun 2012 7:16am The treatments that a patient receives in a physical therapy program cover a whole range of active and passive therapies to increase muscle and joint flexibility and improve range of motion. Patients suffering from chronic pain can get great relief from well-planned therapeutic exercises as well as various passive modalities such as massage, ... Read on »
New ME/CFS Treatment: Manual Physical Therapy by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 03 Feb 2013 9:57am A series of articles was recently posted on the Research 1st website (a highly recommended source for the latest news in ME/CFS research) that prompted me to tell you a bit of what I know about an exciting new way to help even severely disabled ME/CFS patients. Dr. Peter Rowe, a well-respected pediatric CFS/OI expert at Johns Hopkins, has deve ... Read on »
LifeBridge Health Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Associates Open New Physical Therapy Clinic in Reisterstown by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 Apr 2011 4:12pm LifeBridge Health Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation powered by Physiotherapy Associates announces the grand opening of its sixth physical therapy clinic today in Reisterstown, Md. The Reisterstown facility offers expert, individualized physical therapy treatment from a team of licensed physical therapists in a non-hospital setting. Patient ... Read on »