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What You Need to Know About Dry Needling

What is Dry Needling? Dry needling is the process of using thin, short needles to target pressure points in the body which can relieve stress and muscle tension. Dry needling is often performed by physical therapists for individuals who have recent sports or physical injuries accompanied by pain, swelling, or muscle tension. LEARN MORE ABOUT DRY NEEDLING THERAPY   What are the Benefits of Dry Needling? Dry needling offers many benefits for individuals who are... Read More
Posted by Katy Hudgins at Friday, January 18, 2019

5 Tips for Preventing Running Injuries

How to Prevent Running Injuries Running injuries are one of the most common types of injuries we see in patients at Results PT. From knee injuries to foot injuries, we’ve seen it all. While research shows as many as half of all runners will receive some sort of injury during their lifetime, the good news is that there are several ways to help prevent running injuries.   1. Wear the Best Running Shoes for Your Feet If we had to pick one piece of advice to impart for... Read More
Posted by Katy Hudgins at Friday, December 21, 2018

4 Reasons Finishing your PT Homework is Crucial for Recovery

Do I have to do my physical therapy homework? We’re often asked, “Are the at-home exercises my physical therapist shows me how to do at home really necessary?” It’s a fair question. After all, you already spend time during your physical therapy appointments completing exercises. Does the extra “homework” really make a difference? As it turns out, it makes a world of difference for recovery time, pain management, and so much more. These are the most... Read More
Posted by Katy Hudgins at Thursday, November 15, 2018

How to Choose a Physical Therapist: 5 Things to Keep in Mind

If you are having difficulty moving around due to pain or decreased range of motion, , you’ll likely be advised to find a physical therapist to assist with the healing process. While your provider may recommend a particular physical therapist, it’s important to understand the distinctions between manual therapists (physiotherapists) and physical therapists, certified and non-certified physical therapist, and more. Understanding which types of providers offer which services can help... Read More
Posted by Katy Hudgins at Monday, October 15, 2018

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