In times of uncertainty trust that we are taking the proper steps to ensure your rehabilitation needs are met in a safe fashion.
Some of the steps we are taking to improve your safety when needing rehabilitation are:
- Temperature Checks on Arrival
- Handwashing Upon Arrival
- Sanitizing Equipment After Usage
- Sanitizing Tables After Usage
- Sanitizing Common Surfaces
- Maintaining 6 feet of Distance During Exercises
- Clinicians Wear N95 Masks while with Patients
- And many more safety measures necessary to limit exposure to COVID 19
Health and safety is our number one priority for our patients and staff. With the uncertain times, know that you can trust that we are taking care of all of your physical therapy needs to the safest measures possible.
Do not let your pain and injuries go untreated due to COVID-19, understand we are taking the proper steps to treat you safely and effectively.
Call us today to schedule an appointment.
With a new year brings new resolutions and new resolutions can unfortunately sometimes lead to ailments that present as a nagging -itis such as inflammation of a specific fasica (i.e. plantar fasciitis) or inflammation of specific tendons (i.e. epicondylitis of the elbow), the method can also help resolve other tendinopathies, post-surgical scarring, and other soft tissue problems. One of the out of the box treatments for these conditions is called Astym, which is a scientifically-based treatment program.
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Summertime is almost here and after a long cold winter and a rainy spring, it is safe to say we are ready for the warmth. As the temperatures warm up, people tend to increase their activity levels from walking to running to gardening and everything in between. With a walking program being a great form of exercise in the summer for individuals, something that also be of great benefit for people is the pool. Continue reading Summertime … Pool Time →
Don’t be left on the sidelines this season, contact us today about our summer Sportsmetrics program.
SportsmetricsTM is the scientifically proven program designed by Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center that can reduce your risk of injury AND enhance your performance.
Continue reading SPORTSMETRICS REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN! →
Ever wonder how penguins manage to do so well walking on ice? Notice their posture and below you will find tips to help you walk like a penguin and avoid falling this icy season. With the winter season officially here, Mother Nature must be confused as she has been sending snow and ice our way. The winter is when we often see and influx of patients whom have fallen and had resulting injuries that brings them to our practice. Below are tips and tricks to help you navigate the season safely.
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While we are all hoping the spring weather breaks soon, many people begin walking programs to begin to enjoy the weather and to increase their exercise levels after a sedentary winter due to the cold weather.
Here are 7 points that can help guide you to proper shoe selection.
1. Size Matters
Often times, people buy the size they have always thought they wore. However, when being properly measured, individuals find out they are in a shoe a half size too small or a half size too big which can have drastic effects on how the shoe fits including toe placement in the toe box, arch placement, and security of the heel in the shoe. Some keys to having proper footwear is to measure both feet, as they can be different sizes. Also a benefit is measuring your feet at the end of the day when your feet are the largest and when many people begin to experience discomfort with their shoes.
Continue reading Walking is Good for Your Mind, Body, and Spirit but with Proper Shoes →