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Nov 08
2018

Physical Therapy For Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia, or congenital hip dysplasia as it is also named, is a condition that may occur from birth. Some people with this condition may not notice it, while others experience intense pain. This condition is indicated by problems with the ball and the socket part of the hip joint due to the misfit of […]

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Nov 08
2018

Lumbar Instability Syndrome Symptoms

Lumbar instability syndrome is most often indicated by pain in the lower back. It is a condition whereby the muscles and ligaments surrounding the spine do not hold the spine securely enough to prevent or stop injury. These muscles and ligaments are the “stabilizing system” of the spine. So when you are bending, lifting, and […]

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Oct 07
2018

How To Balance Your Circadian Rhythm

How To Balance Your Circadian Rhythm Our circadian rhythm is also known as our internal clock or our sleep/wake cycle. This natural body clock that we have regulates when we should be awake and when we should be asleep. It responds to light as a guiding factor. In this way it then makes sense that […]

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Oct 07
2018

Tips For Relieving Stress

Feeling stressed and looking for tips for relieving stress and anxiety? Stress is a natural response of our body. It is one way that our body reacts when faced with an outside pressure that demands our attention. When we experience events that alter our physical or emotional balance, we feel stress. Stress can be either […]

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Oct 07
2018

Physical Therapy In The Management of Diabetes

Physical Therapy In The Management Of Diabetes If you or someone you love is at risk for developing diabetes, is prediabetic, or has either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you may be interested to know the role that physical therapy can play in the management of diabetes. Whether type 1 or type 2, diabetes […]

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Oct 05
2018

National Physical Therapy Month

Did you know that it is National Physical Therapy Month? Not only is it a time to acknowledge and celebrate those in the field of physical therapy, but also to bring awareness to what physical therapy can do in the field of healthcare to offer more options to patients as a way to help treat […]

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21321 E. Ocotillo Rd., Suite 122
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Ph: 480.987.1870
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3201 W. Peoria Ave., Suite D800
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Ph: 602.866.2231
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