Written by Jessica Wenzlaff, PT DPT Many patients arrive at their first physical therapy appointment expecting to receive hot packs, ultrasound and instructions on how to complete a series of exercises. While exercise is definitely needed to improve the quality of overall movements and prevent pain from returning, exercise should be used as a complementContinue reading “Manual Therapy”
Written by Hannah Jaime, PT DPT One of the many treatment options offered at Sport & Spine Physical Therapy is Dry Needling. This technique is a newer, evidence-based treatment available and we are thrilled to offer it to our patients! Read on for the frequently asked questions about dry needling: What is dry needling? DryContinue reading “Dry Needling FAQs”
Scientifically speaking, BFRT reduces the amount of oxygenated blood reaching a working muscle to trick your body into thinking it’s working at a higher intensity than it actually is. Essentially, BFRT is a true bio-hack that allows people to work at loads that are non-stressful on the tissue but still gain improved strength.