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Learn more from our Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialists about best practices for keeping your body healthy and seeing best results, no matter your age.
Have you ever wondered why a physical therapist gives a patient with knee pain exercises for their hip and foot? Many people live with knee pain that affects their daily activities and quality of life. There are many conditions that can cause knee pain.
Something that became popular to the general public after the 2016 Rio Olympics when athletes were preparing for events with alarming, perfectly circular bruising along their back and arms. This technique isn’t just for the Olympic athlete though, and it is certainly not new. You may read this and wonder, what this is for, or may be skeptical due to the alarming appearance or how it can even apply to you. Well, I’m here to let you know how it could be beneficial to you in recovery!
During my last semester of physical therapy school, I have had the opportunity to complete a literature review on a topic relevant to our clinical experiences as part of our research curriculum. While participating in my last clinical rotation at Physiolete, I have witnessed several young individuals begin their rehabilitation journey after ACL repair.