You’ve heard that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell? It’s the same with your clinic’s front desk.  Here are four ways you can make the most of the first thing patients see on entering your facility. 1. Take (continue...)

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What’s on their mind? Seven burning questions your shoulder patients have for you.  What is the “rotator cuff?”  Basically, the rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that come together over the head of the humerus (upper arm bone). (continue...)

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Shoulder patients face a vast number of different stresses and difficulties throughout their preoperative and postoperative experiences. Physical therapists are tasked with assessing the conditions of the patient and their injury in order to come up with the best plan (continue...)

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As a physical therapist, you deal with a wide variety of different patients on a regular basis. It’s essential to be able to treat each patient according to their specific situation and condition. One question that has come up recently (continue...)

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What stressors are making life difficult for Physical Therapists? High Cost of Education: If you’re a young physical therapist, the chances are you are carrying some heavy debt from your (at minimum) six years of college. That burden can be (continue...)

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How Should We Treat Patients with Rotator Cuff Tears? When a patient approaches us with a rotator cuff tear, our default response should no longer be shoulder surgery.  Over 5.7 million people in the United States over the age of (continue...)

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