One of the most common questions physical therapy patients ask goes something like this: "My _____ always hurts when I _____. I usually just try to ignore the pain
Despite being a universal human experience, pain can vary greatly in intensity, quality, and duration from person to person. The exact same stubbed-toe might be described as aching, burning,
In the late spring/early summer, I can usually count on an influx of patients who come to physical therapy because of elbow pain that is affecting their golf game.
I’ve written at length in the past about different aspects of acute and chronic pain as it relates to musculoskeletal injuries. One specific area under the pain umbrella I’ve not
It probably isn’t news to anyone we’re in the midst of an opioid crisis at the national, state and local level. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cervicogenic Headaches Headaches are an occasional occurrence for many of us and a part of daily life for some of us. There are several different varieties of headaches; migraine, tension,