Phoenix Rehab Group Blog is our mini-journal about orthopedic, musculoskeletal, sports and women's health therapy news and updates.It...- lets you know whenever any new Web pages appear on PhoenixRehabGroup.com, sharing with you a new find on exercise or therapy techniques or technology - keeps you up-to-date with other postings or news about physiotherapy or hand therapy - chronicles the services and growth of PhoenixRehabGroup.com as a whole - lets you know when we send out the PhoenixRehabGroup.com e-zine (in case you don't like to give your e-mail address, or if your ISP tends to over-filter causing you to miss an issue).
To subscribe to PhoenixRehabGroup.com blog (no e-mail address necessary), RIGHT-click on the orange RSS button and then copy-and-paste the URL of this site's RSS feed into your RSS reader. OR...
Or click on the Google, My Yahoo!, My MSN, or Bloglnes button if you keep a personalized home page there. Follow their instructions.
Once you start, you will be amazed at how RSS brings your world to you.
Your story becomes part of this blog (which shows the site's most recent pages) and a permanent part of PhoenixRehabGroup.com for others to read - let's create a community that shares and cares.
Pilates has been used by many to prescribe “core stability" for low back pain.
Is getting a spinal physiotherapist or chiropractor to manipulate/adjust (crack) your spine safe?
Can anelgesic epidural injection for pregnancy delivery cause chronic back pain in mothers?
Tight and/or shortened muscles will not give you good outcomes in your muscle performance, be it for daily activities or sports. In fact, it likely will cause you to have injuries because of poor mechanics. Here's what you can consider.
The multifidus (multifidus spinae : pl. multifidi ) muscle consists of a number of fleshy and tendinous fasciculi, which fill up the groove on either side of the spinous processes of the vertebrae, from the sacrum to the axis.
Spondylolysis (spon-dee-low-lye-sis) is defined as a defect or stress fracture in the pars interarticularis of the vertebral arch. The vast majority of cases occur in the lower lumbar vertebrae (L5), but spondylolysis may also occur in the cervical vertebrae.
Hi Jenny Huang, Thank you so Much and appreciate all the efforts that you had put in, which has helped me to get back to my active life style. The inflammation
Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is a condition in which there is compression of the nerves, arteries, or veins in the passageway from the lower neck to the armpit
Manual therapy refers to an area of manual medicine treating musculoskeletal conditions; conditions related to the muscles, bones, joints, connective tissues such as tendons and ligaments, spinal discs and the nervous system to synergyistically work together.
Scheuermann's Kyphosis is a developmental disorder that leads to patients developing a bent/stooped posture due to an excessive curve in the thoracic spine.
We have a special promotion for our BodyTalk Fascia Balancing Program! Read more in the article
What is BodyTalk Fascia Balancing?
We have a special promotion for Craniosacral Therapy for the month of December 2018/Jan 2019 - read more in the article
Our sciatic nerve is the largest and longest nerve in our body with a width of almost 2 cm.
If you just had a toe, ankle, foot or knee injury/operation, you will be using a crutch. Here are some tips and advice how to use your crutch safely
Sometimes we get jaw pain that dentists and doctors may say that it's normal/not treatable, but sometimes it's the "bite muscles" that are overworked and tense (read more in article)
Oftentimes patients with bone fractures will ask us: "how long/fast/slow will it take for our fractures to heal?" This article covers Bone Fracture Healing
Patients often want/request sports massage immediately after a grueling run/marathon, but that's not really the best...
There is a positive link between hypermobility and injuries, ie hypermobility increases risk and severity of injuries
Cross training is a training routine that uses different forms of exercise, apart from the normal drills commonly associated with a particular sport.