back pain

Surgery Might Not be Your Only Option to Relieve Back Pain. Things to Consider Before Back Surgery

July 10th, 2020

There are few more debilitating conditions than back pain. Ranging from a dull ache to excruciating, back pain can keep you from performing simple daily tasks you once enjoyed. While nearly 80 percent of adults experience back pain at some point in their lives, the treatments used to alleviate it are varied. Yet many people

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Do You Have Stress-Related Headaches? Physical Therapy Has the Solutions

June 20th, 2020

When you see someone at work or in a difficult situation clutching his head, you may assume either that he’s under extreme stress, or that he has a headache. In fact, you may be right on both counts. Both physical and emotional stress can cause tension headaches; they can also trigger cervicogenic and migraine headaches,

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An Active Lifestyle Can Improve Your Health. Try These 5 Activities to Get Moving.

June 10th, 2020

If you spend your days hobbling painfully from your bed to your reclining chair and back, the notion of pursuing any kind of vigorous activity may be the furthest thing from your mind. The truth, however, is that getting active can vastly improve your health, your comfort, mobility, and overall quality of life. Here are

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Herniated Discs: Troubleshooting Tips From Our Physical Therapist

May 20th, 2020

Something is terribly wrong with you, but you’re not quite sure what it is. Strange neck pains, back pains, or extremity symptoms can indicate a variety of potential problems — including one or more herniated discs. How can you tell for sure whether you have this specific problem? If you do have a herniated disc,

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Lasting Relief for Hip & Knee Pain with Physical Therapy

May 10th, 2020

If you have been struggling with hip and knee pain for very long, it may feel like your pain is here to stay. After all, can you really get any lasting relief from serious joint pain? Actually, you can, and physical therapy is one of the best ways to do it. With the right physical

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Chronic Back Pain

How Do You Overcome Chronic Back Pain? Ask Our Physical Therapist

March 20th, 2020

Did you know that approximately 80 percent of Americans have experienced (or will experience) back pain? That’s a depressing statistic, especially if you’re already one of those sufferers. Chronic back pain can prevent you from performing the countless daily tasks you need or want to perform. Even when you’re not engaged in activity, your back

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Physical Therapy

5 Common Indicators that You Need Physical Therapy

March 10th, 2020

Physical therapy isn’t just for rehabilitation or athletes in training. There are many reasons why a person might need the assistance of a physical therapist. There are five basic indicators that you need to visit a physical therapist. 1. You’re Experiencing Sharp Pain Sharp pain, especially if it’s ongoing, may be a sign of a

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Herniated Disc

Get to the Root of Your Back Pain. Could it be a Herniated Disc?

February 20th, 2020

Do you sometimes feel pain like an electric shock radiating from your lower back down to your legs? Do you experience muscle weakness or numbness in your arms or legs? If so, be sure to schedule a free consult with Lott Physical Therapy & Fitness Center for a proper diagnosis. You just may have a

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active life

7 Easy Ways to Increase Your Activity and Live Healthy

February 10th, 2020

Have you become less active in recent years? It’s important to remain physically active in order to stay as healthy as possible. It isn’t always easy to stay active, especially if you’re already struggling with limited mobility. There are several easy ways to increase your activity level that most people can include in their daily

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Stress Related Headaches

Did you Know Physical Therapy Can Help Reduce Stress Related Headaches? Here’s How.

January 20th, 2020

The work day is almost over, but your inbox is full and your to-do list is long. You are already thinking about the many things you’ll have to handle in the evening, and what will be facing you when you reach your desk again tomorrow. You pinch the bridge of your nose, but to no

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