Category: Physical Therapy

Patrick Mahomes: From Dislocated Kneecap to Super Bowl Champion

February 11th, 2020

What can you take from this? Most of you probably saw the Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl on February 2. You may even remember a few months ago in Week 7 of this season, Pat Mahomes was taken off the field with a well publicized knee injury. What you probably didn’t hear about

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Concussions

Treat Your Concussions the Natural Way with Physical Therapy

December 20th, 2019

Concussions are a serious concern for athletes, especially those competing in high-impact sports. It is a serious condition that can hinder both your physical and mental capabilities for a period of time. Concussions typically happen from a trauma-based impact, usually either from a sports injury or motor vehicle accident. While concussions can be painful and

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Recovery

Give Yourself a Proper Recovery Period with These Simple Tips

December 10th, 2019

A recovery period is the amount of time you take between workouts. This period of time is when the benefits of your physical activity take place in your body. Without a recovery period, your muscles won’t be able to build, repair, and strengthen in the ways you want them to. While exercise is undoubtedly important,

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Knee and Hip Pain

Overcome Knee and Hip Pain for Good with Physical Therapy 

August 10th, 2019

Do you suffer from hip pain or knee pain? You’re not alone. Many people experience hip or knee pain sometimes in life. The hips and knees are the body’s largest joints. These structures support the body’s weight and provide mobility. If you do suffer from hip pain or knee pain, be sure to contact Activcore

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Healthcare Provider

Can You Trust Your Healthcare Provider? Signs learned by being a patient and being a practitioner

August 6th, 2019

by: Bri McCormick, DPT, PT – Master Jedi PT I recently had a patient come to our clinic for treatment of low back pain. She was diagnosed with a severe herniated disc and was told by her orthopedic surgeon that she needed to have surgery and she had very few treatment options. Despite her asking the

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