Broken ankles require immediate medical attention to heal properly and restore your range of motion. A sprained ankle can be uncomfortable and painful but is usually treatable with at-home remedies and pain control. Learn the difference to know what measures you need to take for proper care.
Physical therapy can be used to treat Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV. It is a condition characterized by short or long periods of dizziness and a spinning sensation when the head is in certain positions.
So how do you stretch? Just bend over and touch your toes, right? While that’s a start, but it doesn’t work all areas of your body to prevent injuries. There are many different intensities of stretching. For instance, if you want a full body experience yoga is a great opportunity to relax all of your muscles. Not only is it a great exercise that will decrease your likelihood of ending up in the ER, but it’s also relaxing.
Crossfit is a strength and conditioning program and fitness brand that has gained huge popularity over the past few years. The Crossfit program aims to develop cardio endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility through a variety of often high-intensity workouts.
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.
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…
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.
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.
“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.