Physical Therapy

  • Cross Bay Physical Therapy Improves Hip Pain

    Cross Bay Physical Therapy Improves Hip Pain

    Hip pain is often a result of muscle tightness and weakness. There may be tigthness or pain, whether it occurs in the hip or not, which causes the hip to overcompensate while walking. Sometimes, it is a hip injury that is causing pain and other times, it can simply be tight muscles, where the hip overcompensates for muscle weakness.

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  • Foot and Ankle Physical Therapy

    Foot and Ankle Physical Therapy

    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.

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  • Dealing With Hip Pain

    Dealing With Hip Pain

    Congratulations to Michael Phelps who now has four gold medals in the 2014 Rio Olympics games. His performance is astounding as he is one of the oldest swimmers in the pool. Even though swimming is quite a fluid exercise, some of these swimmers still develop injuries.

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  • Physical Therapy Exercises For Your Knee

    Physical Therapy Exercises For Your Knee

    Knee injuries and arthritis are pain and the knee cannot fully repair on it’s own. While letting your knee heal naturally from a traumatic injury, it is possible to develop life-long symptoms. At Cross Bay Physical Therapy, we guide your knee’s recovery to both avoid and minimize these symptoms.

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  • Physical Therapy For Knee Issues

    Physical Therapy For Knee Issues

    Physical Therapy is beneficial for many reasons and in some cases, has been proven to be just as effective as surgery. Through a combination of stretching, strengthening, and therapeutic modalities, it is possible alleviate pain, heal injury, and remove disability.

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