Cervicogenic dizziness is a common condition that affects many individuals, causing dizziness and a sense of imbalance. It is often overlooked and misdiagnosed, leading to prolonged suffering for those experiencing it. However, physical therapy is an effective treatment approach for managing cervicogenic dizziness. In this blog post, we will explore the causes, symptoms, and role of physical therapy in addressing this condition.
You know that painful feeling you have in your legs after you’ve been watching TV for a while, with your feet up on the coffee table, and then you try to get up to go to the bathroom? Your knees are super stiff and painful as you try to bend again! Or how about neck pain after a long day staring at your computer? Yeah all of that’s no fun.
The pelvic floor is a group of 3 layers of muscles that functions to support the organs of the pelvis and abdomen including the uterus, bladder and rectum. These muscles also work directly with the bladder and bowel to expel urine and feces efficiently by contracting and relaxing at appropriate times.
Think of that warm, soft feeling of sunlight hitting your face after a long day in the office. It’s rejuvenating, particularly in early spring. There are so many ways in which light, from the sun or other sources, can directly impact our health positively and negatively.
A physical therapy residency is a period of optional, specialized, post-graduate training that a physical therapist may choose to undergo following graduation from physical therapy school as well as the passage of the professional licensure examination.
Living a sedentary lifestyle can be dangerous to your health. The less sitting or lying down you do during the day, the better your chances for living a healthy life.
Did you know that there are specializations in physical therapy just like medicine?
The most common question I get from patients that I have seen over the past 24+ years is “What can be done to help me heal faster from my injury?”
Traveling is an awesome privilege to experience throughout our lifetime. Many people may use this as a convenient excuse to stop exercising. However, if you want to keep in shape while traveling, it’s completely doable.
Here we are now more than 2 years into the Covid-19 global pandemic.