Opioid Addiction Risks Among Athletes & How to Get Rid of It

Introduction Being a professional athlete entails that your body is your biggest asset. Physical performance is critical to your success, and injuries are common in sports. Pain management is essential to the recovery process, and in some cases, prescription painkillers are necessary. However, the use of opioids can lead to addiction, which can be detrimental… Read More


Reasons You Should Consider In-Home Physical Therapy

Introduction The focus of physical therapy is to help treat injuries and illnesses, especially those affecting a patient’s mobility. There are different forms of treatment to help you relieve the pain and resume your routine, including in-home physical therapy. Below are reasons why at-home physical therapy is a go-to for many. Accessibility Compared to visiting… Read More

Things You Should Do to Have a Career as a Physical Therapy Assistant

If your dream job involves helping others, then you need to consider a career in physical therapy. As a physical therapist assistant, (PTA) you will play a major role in restoring motion and function in people’s lives, while also reducing their pain level. What does a PTA do? As a PTA you will be the… Read More

3 Things To Do On Your Rest Day From Boot Camp

A boot camp can mean different things: a fitness boot camp, a reformation boot camp, or a military boot camp. However, regardless of these variations, boot camps are very popular for one thing: rigorous physical training. These boot camps are places where physical exertion is inevitable, to be expected, and enjoyed! To avoid injuring yourself,… Read More

How to Find the Right Physio For You

If you have got a specific physical injury or issue, you might be on the lookout for a new physiotherapist. Thankfully, you are in the right place. In this article, we are going to look at how to find the best physio for you and your issue. Whether you have had an injury during a… Read More

Is Static Posture Related To Pain? Probably Not!

Upon a patient’s initial visit to a Physical Therapist, a static postural assessment is routinely performed.   Many therapists assess for “abnormalities” such as a forward head, rounded shoulders, decreased or increased spinal kyphotic/lordotic curves, abnormal pelvic positioning, etc.  They often associate any abnormal findings to their patient’s condition and attempt to treat by altering the… Read More