Don’t you need to see me in person to do a physical exam and know what’s going on? NO! Just like if we were seeing you in the clinic, the history-taking portion of the evaluation gives us a majority of the information we need to help you. Using video, we can actually take you through
Let’s chat about medical check-ups. We have them annually, bi-annually, monthly, etc. We have them with our primary physicians, OBGYN’s, optometrists, dermatologists, dentists and so on. We get blood work drawn, prescriptions updated, eyes dilated, and teeth cleaned; all so that we can take preventative measures in ensuring we are in tip-top shape. Love it!
By Motion Physical Therapist: Dr. Alyssa George, PT, DPT, OCS If you have ever experienced a fall and landed on your tailbone, you know how painful this can be. Winter here in Minnesota lends itself to icy sidewalks that can quickly find us on the ground, landing directly on this sensitive structure. Your coccyx (tailbone)
By Michelle Steege PT, DPT The recommendations given to someone experiencing low back pain have changed drastically over the years. Previously bed rest was often encouraged, which is much different than today. Parameters vary, however “active rest” is encouraged for a large number of musculoskeletal injuries and musculoskeletal pain. So what does “active rest” mean?
By Motion Physical Therapist: Dr. Michelle Steege PT, DPT Blood flow restriction training (BFR) is a method of exercise that utilizes an external device such as a tourniquet or blood pressure cuff to restrict blood flow to muscles during resistance training or aerobic training. Research supports the use of blood flow restriction training to increase