People in their middle age often have small tears in their mcl, lcl, or acl. It may cause pain or not. Often, these tears are spotted during an MRI and a surgeon recommends knee surgery. This invasive and risky procedure leaves long-lasting symptoms. Physical therapy is a path to non-surgically treat a knee injury, which works and doesn't involve the invasive nature and risks of surgery.
Did you know that wearing the wrong shoes is the most common cause of Plantar Fasciitis and foot pain? Plantar Fasciitis occurs to often because people don’t have the right information on how to keep their feet healthy and comfortable. When it does occur, there are two important steps to take.
When noticing your elbow pain, there are a few things that you can do right now to decrease the chances that the pain will get worse. Right now, you might not be able to lift certain items without pain or bend your elbow in certain movements without pain but with Physical Therapy, we can put you on the path to recovery and pain relief. Until your first physical therapy session, the best thing to do is prevent any further elbow damage.
Poor posture, weak muscles, and a traumatic accident are causes of many of the back injuries that we see at Cross Bay Physical Therapy. With a weak back and poor posture, an accident that damages muscle tissue in the back is more than likely. The back has to overcompensate for weak muscles if a person does not regularly exercise and this can lead to a strain.
Most people have no clue that Physical Therapy is one of the most important recovery activities you can do after an ankle sprain. An ankle sprain seems like a simple injury, where a person just waits it out and then after a few weeks, the person will be back to normal. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case.