How to make the most out of your first appointment

Posted March 8, 2019 | Elite PT News

What you can do before your very first appointment—and during physical therapy—to take control of that injury-related stress? First and foremost, it’s important to come prepared for physical therapy. And no, I’m not talking about dressing appropriately and arriving on time (or even better, 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled appointment). That stuff is important, of course, but there’s one thing you can do in the days leading up to your appointment that will set you up for success.

Find out if the McKenzie Method help you or your workforce

Posted February 23, 2019 | Elite PT News

Can exercising make you more successful?

Posted February 18, 2019 | Elite PT News

"Get a good degree. Intern. Network. Perfect your resume. Practice interviewing. Network some more. Work hard. Get to work early. Stay late. Go above and beyond. Be innovative. Work even harder.

These are all common steps associated with career success. The more time you spend at work, the higher you’ll climb, right? Wrong. By now we all know the potentially life-saving benefits of exercise (decreased risk for cancer, diabetes, obesity, etc.), but the positive effects spill over into your career as well. Numerous studies have demonstrated the correlation between regular physical activity and better work performance. Get moving and these benefits could be yours."

Work Performance of Employees With Depression: The Impact of Work Stressors

Posted February 10, 2019 | Elite PT News

"This study found that depression symptoms are related to work absences and impaired work performance, and results partly confirmed that work stressors add to this impact. Results suggest that workers with depression may benefit from care involving medical and vocational interventions."

Immediate changes in shoulder function with an MDT examination

Posted January 30, 2019 | Elite PT News

Did you know that the internationally renowned McKenzie system not only is one of the top choices for spinal pain, but also for those suffering with pain in their extremities? 

What Spells Relief for Low Back Pain Patients?

Posted January 24, 2019 | Elite PT News

If you’ve ever suffered from a bout of low back pain, then you know that finding relief is often any patient’s main goal. And with low back pain sending 2.5 million Americans to hospital emergency rooms every year, that’s a lot of patients seeking treatment options to relieve the pain.
 

Back Pain pt 2: "Study Says That Exercise and Education Are Key to Preventing Low Back Pain"

Posted January 21, 2019 | Elite PT News

Four out of five Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Today, back pain management often includes the overuse of treatments like surgeries, MRI, x-rays and medications. And it’s an expensive prospect: The annual tally on low back and neck pain treatment in the U.S. is at least $87 billion, according to a study in the Journal of American Medical Association.

Some Americans Pay More for Back Pain Relief, But Are They Really Getting Less?

Posted December 26, 2018 | Elite PT News

Today’s consumer has so many choices when shopping for just about anything from apparel to healthcare. But while it’s customary to shop for the best price for a goose down jacket (without sacrificing quality), shopping around for the best solution (and value) for our ailments is less typical. Doing our due diligence in healthcare may ultimately bring us back to the first proposed solution, but it also may introduce us to solutions that we didn’t know existed.

400+ Clients

Posted October 21, 2018 | Elite PT News

This week we hit our 400th NEW client! Thank you to everyone who has and continues to support us!

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