Self-care for acute low back pain: What you need to know

If you have acute low back pain, here is nice list of things you can start doing right away to get moving better and on the road to recovery. Get moving! Bed rest is only recommended about 24-48 hours.  Being able to move or walk, even just for a little while, helps your body heal. …

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Does Dry Needling work? It depends.

Dry Needling quite the sexy modality as of late, especially here in Colorado.  For those of you that don’t know what dry needling is, it involves placing needles in the “trigger points” of the muscles with the goal of decreasing pain.  Historically, there has been very little concrete data to support the use of dry…

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Have you figured out the “secret symbol” in our logo yet?

Have you figured it out yet?  Is it like a Dan Brown novel kinda thing, or like a backward message in a Led Zeppelin song? When I started my business, I wanted to be a little different.  Like my business tag line, being “innovative”, “modern”, and “elegant” was something that would be important in developing…

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Physical Therapist, Heal Thyself Part II

Note: this is a follow up post about my right knee, which I hurt in 2016.  For the previous post, please click here So, at this point, it’s been 10 months since I tore my medial meniscus, or at the very least, irritated the hell out of it.  And I have to say, I’m just…

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