Rotator cuff tear – When is Surgery Warranted?

Rotator cuff tear – When is Surgery Warranted?

Rotator Cuff Tear – Surgery or No Surgery? When you think “rotator cuff tear,” most brains jump to surgery. However, surgery isn’t always necessary for rotator cuff tears. Tears come in different shapes and sizes and symptoms vary greatly between individuals....
Dry Needling for Pain Relief

Dry Needling for Pain Relief

Dry Needling – What it is, What it is Not It sounds scary, right? Why on earth would someone stick a needle in their body? We used to think the same thing. However, we saw the results that other physical therapists were getting with dry needling and we were...
Give Yourself Grace

Give Yourself Grace

The Importance of Grace This Holiday Season Hi, Dr. Sarah here. This blog post will be a bit different. We are going to talk about the importance of giving yourself grace. Normally, I talk about an injury or give some advice on how to prevent injury and from the...
Knee Pain – Self Diagnose at Home

Knee Pain – Self Diagnose at Home

Let’s Figure out the Cause of Your Knee Pain When you have knee pain, it can seem like everything hurts. Knee pain can affect walking, going up and down stairs, picking your child’s toys up off the floor, and making a quick turn to catch a pot of water on the...
Preventing Rotator Cuff Problems

Preventing Rotator Cuff Problems

Your Solution to Avoiding Rotator Cuff Surgery The Rotator Cuff. There is a high level of fear and anxiety surrounding this injury. If you know someone who has had their cuff surgically repaired, you know it is something you do not want to go through. The recovery...
Returning to Deadlifts After a Back Injury

Returning to Deadlifts After a Back Injury

Overcome Your Back Injury and Start Deadlifting Again Returning to the gym after a back injury can be scary. It’s hard to know when you are ready to progress or even what that next step should be. Our goal is to take some ambiguity and confusion out of the process....