Knee pain is extremely common and most often occurs after a traumatic injury or a sudden increase in activity. Some people also randomly experience knee pain as they get older and this is often due to poor posture, weak muscles, or mis-alignment when walking. At Cross Bay Physical Therapy, our physical therapists figure out the cause of your knee pain and through a combination of strengthening, stretching, and hands-on physical therapy, treat your knee pain until it disappears.
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After shoulder surgery, there will be a strict protocol during your Physical Therapy. At the beginning of your physical therapy, any movements will be extremely mild as the goal of your physical therapy sessions is just to guide the healing process of your shoulder.
Now that the U.S. Open is in it’s Semi-Finals, some players are healing injuries in Physical Therapy right now. In fact, Physical Therapy is proven to be just as effective healing an elbow injury as surgery in some cases. One common tennis injury is of course tennis elbow. Elbow injuries make it extremely difficult to use your arms and lift normal everyday objects.
This week the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Grand Slam began. Heavy favorites on the men's side if Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams on the women's side. Many tennis players suffer knee injuries due to the constant side to side movement.
A bad ankle sprain or foot fracture normally takes six weeks to 3 months to heal. It is crucial to protect your feet during this healing process but after the healing is completed, the work is not over because it is extremely easily to re-injure your ankle due to the weakness of that ankle.