Katelyn Bauer, PT, DPT
"Listen to your body, if you experience pain and it continues to worsen with certain movements/activities, you probably shouldn’t be doing it. Do not prolong going to see a doctor when injured, the longer you let an injury go, the longer it takes to get better."
We know that physical therapy after joint surgery is a critical part of the recovery process, but can therapy before surgery also improve our recovery?
We have some simple tips anyone can follow to keep shoulder muscles strong and shoulder joints flexible.
It is easy to take our knees for granted. Whether we are walking, running, or jumping, we depend on the knee’s complex interplay of bone, cushioning cartilage, and ligaments to support our weight and keep us moving. Dr. Daren Wickum, one of our knee sub-specialists says,… Read More.