Are you hoping to get into the running habit as it warms up outside? Don’t just sign up for a half marathon and hope for the best! Build strength and endurance (while avoiding injury!) with our advice for newbie runners.Details
It’s been a decidedly different and pleasant experience to come to BioMotion and make it my home for physical therapy. When I first got here, Dr. Derek evaluated me after hip surgery and laid out some goals with me. From there, his professional staff of therapists and technicians provided me with the right amount of encouragement through tender love and toughness for me to achieve my goals ahead of time.Details
I’ve been coming here since I was a sophomore in high school. I rolled my ankle right when I was going into my junior year of football when I came to you and, ever since then, if I had little pains here and there, if my shoulder was out of place, when I come here, it feels like home, really.Details
You walk in and everyone goes, “Oh, hi! How was your day? Welcome!” It’s absolutely amazing.
My name is Christina and I go to Still High school and I am now a junior. I tore my ACL in February and I went to BioMotion Physical Therapy for post-op ACL surgery. I’m in track, cheer, and band and I was absolutely devastated as soon as I figured out. How am I ever going to run again, how am I gonna jump, how am I gonna flip, and I’m now starting to do all that stuff again.Details
“It’s been very helpful. In the beginning, I didn’t know it was going to turn out this way, but I feel that every week, it’s getting better. The people here are very professional and the different treatment that was done today was new and I felt it was effective.Details
The rotator cuff is the area of the shoulder made up of muscles and tendons that stabilize the shoulder joint. This is also the muscle group that allows you to lift and rotate your arms, so clearly it is vital for both mobility and strength. A tear or injury to this area can result in pain and restricted movement of the arms and back.Details
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common joint disorder often caused by age and experience, earning it the nickname “wear and tear arthritis.” In addition to being the most common form of arthritis, it is also the leading cause of chronic disability in the U.S. An estimated 27 million Americans age 25 and older suffer from osteoarthritis.Details
We typically think of physical therapy as a treatment for injuries or muscle pains, but did you know that it can also help get rid of headaches?
All of us experience headaches caused by stress or fatigue at some point, but when they become recurring and interfere with your daily life, it could signal the need for a more intensive approach. Physical therapy can provide relief and a long term solution for chronic headache sufferers.Details
We often get questions about the different types of physical therapy, and we’re often asked what each specialty is all about. What is orthopedic physical therapy? What is geriatric physical therapy? We’ve put together a list of some of the most common types of PT to outline the basics of each practice.Details