Therapeutic training integrates the corrective exercises that were prescribed by your EHS Physical Therapist along with more challenging exercises designed to improve your overall strength and conditioning.
It's usually around this time of year when it happens, the change of seasons when players are transitioning from outdoor to indoor tennis, or har-tru to hard court, that's when your elbow starts to hurt.
When a patient comes into Elite complaining of knee pain they're often surprised to learn that one of the first things our Certified Functional Manual Physical Therapists will do is examine their feet.
Performing these simple, easy-to-do exercises regularly a few weeks prior to hitting the slopes will not only help you to avoid fatigue, they will also go along way toward reducing your risk of injury while skiing.
Liz Arnold, PT, DPT, CFMT, CSCS has a conversation with Steve Kurczewski about why she became a physical therapist, the type of patients she likes to treat, AND her favorite thing about working at Elite!
Many times sprained ankles are taped up & rushed back to the field without proper rehabilitation. More often than not, the ankle gets re-injured or worse, they end up with a knee, hip, or low back injury.
As you navigate your way through the holiday season, you will more than likely find yourself sitting in heavy traffic, enduring uncomfortable airplane travel, or carrying heavy bags and boxes that are large and awkward.
FMT can help to remove soft tissue restrictions and get the reproductive organs properly aligned. We can assess the positioning of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus and alter them accordingly to improve the path of the egg.