5 August 2016
Physical therapy has multiple benefits beyond just helping you get back on your feet. As you begin your round of physical therapy for post-operative foot and/or ankle surgery, you may discover these benefits all on your own. However, if you need a gentle push, here is a summary of other benefits experienced during physical therapy. Less Pain Who would not want less pain after surgery? While your physical therapist will start out light and watch for your ability to tolerate pain, the exercise will steadily increase to strengthen your feet and ankles.
4 January 2016
The Achilles tendon is a thick band of tissue that connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. Its job is to help you flex your foot downwards, a motion that is essential for a variety of sports, including cycling. When this tendon is subjected to repetitive stress, it can become inflamed, leading to Achilles tendinitis. Here are three things cyclists need to know about Achilles tendinitis. How does cycling cause Achilles tendinitis?
2 June 2015
If you are like most people, the arrival of summer means time to plan a trip and use some of those vacation hours you have been saving. Unfortunately, traveling can be a strain on your back and get in the way of your enjoyment. There are things you can do to ease the strain of travel on your back so that you are ready to have fun when you reach your destination.
22 May 2015
Some patients are concerned with whether implant surgeries are painful. While they usually are not, it is still a good idea to be prepared in the event that you experience more pain than usual. The Surgery Usually, a dental implant surgery will be performed under a local anesthetic. This eliminates the pain that you would experience during the procedure. After the local anesthetic has worn off, you may experience pain or discomfort that is similar to the pain or discomfort you would experience after a tooth extraction.