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Managing Pain: What Questions to ask your Healthcare Provider Asking questions about your treatment plan is a great way to ensure that your health care providerunderstands your goals and that you can partner in your care. These questions can help you startthat conversation. Pain Questions• Why do I have pain?• How long will it take for me to heal from this injury or surgery? Self-Management Questions (What can I do?)• What activities should...
Posted on 2020-10-21
Movement is crucial to a person’s health, quality of life and independence. For some people, pain makes movement achallenge. Pain is one of the most common reasons people seek health care. A physical therapist (PT) can help peoplemove better and safely and manage their pain. Who are physical therapists? PTs are movement experts who improve quality of life through prescribed exercise, hands-on care and patienteducation. PTs treat people of all ages ...
Posted on 2020-10-16
October is National Physical Therapy Month!This month we celebrate the profession and all the ways physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and PT and PTA students help improve lives across the country.We’re also raising awareness about the many benefits of physical activity and how PTs and PTAs get people moving. What is National Physical Therapy Month?It's an opportunity to raise awareness of the benefits of physical therapy! The CDC recommends physical therapy...
Posted on 2020-10-05
Golf and Low Back Pain -- Dr. Brian Lee, PT, DPTLow back pain is as an extremely common condition, not only to golfers, but to the population as a whole. It is estimated that about 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point.I believe that education is one of the most powerful tools in managing back pain and keeping it from coming back. Understanding your condition and receiving the right information can go a long way in getting you back on the course.Here, I’ve posted some inform...
Posted on 2020-08-03
Reischl Physical Therapy Statement on Racial Justice As healthcare providers, we find it reprehensible when anyone in obvious medical distress is not shown appropriate care to ensure their safety and health.  We at Reischl Physical Therapy wish to express our collective support of the efforts of Black Lives Matter to bring awareness to the ongoing instances of violence, historical disadvantages, and health inequities the Black community faces every day. It is our greatest hope that th...
Posted on 2020-06-25
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