- Our MissionRelieve pain, retrain movement, and restore function to help you get back to what you've been missing, because life feels good pain free!
- Our StoryHow do two physical therapists set out to change the way physical therapy is practiced? We dream big.
- Our ValuesOur approach to treating patients is unique, but simple. We treat people, not just their pain.
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- ServicesWe specialize in Orthopedics, Spine Care and Sports Medicine.
- OrthopedicWe have a team of board-certified orthopedic specialists to service a wide range of patients' needs.
- SpineOur physical therapists specialize in proven spinal treatments that help restore patients to their normal function as quickly as possible.
- SportsOur sports medicine specialists, certified athletic trainers, and certified strength and conditioning specialists can help you get back on track, fast!
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Shin splints cannot only be a very nagging and debilitating injury, it can also be a very frustrating one. Most runners know a teammate, friend, or may have even suffered from this nagging injury at some point in their own athletic career. Shin splints are identified as a dull, achy pain in the front of the lower leg. This pain may be present while running only or may be present even after running has concluded. Shin splints are accountable for 13% of all running injuries and are more common when runners ramp up their running distances and with running on harder surfaces such as asphalt.
Everybody knows that the best way to strengthen your core is to build up your six-pack by doing lots and lots of crunches right? WRONG. The reality is what many people do to strengthen their core might actually be ruining their backs.
As people are living longer they want to be able to maintain their activity levels for longer times and at increased ages. Over time the general wear and tear on your joints can lead to degeneration or conditions such as osteoarthritis. Maintaining joint health will allow you to keep moving and performing all your normal daily activities without increased pain or having to resort to more aggressive treatments such as medication or surgeries. Some of the simple things you can do include stretching, sticking to low impact activities, strengthening and using safe lifting techniques and postures.