Category Archives: Injury Recovery

Physical Therapy for Meniscal Tears

Your knees work hard. All the wear and tear on the muscles and joints that support knees can lead to injuries that are common but serious. One of the most common knee injuries is a meniscal tear, which is harmful, painful, and most often leads to an operation. According to a study by the Read more

Physical Therapy for Back Pain

Back pain, specifically in the lower region, is extremely common in adults. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, 60-80 percent of adults have lower back pain, which is the leading cause of disability in Americans under age 45. It’s the second most common reason people visit the doctor. Pain in the lower...
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How Physical Therapy Helps Treat Rotator Cuff Tears

Shoulder pain is a common physical stress that can cause serious immobility. Our arms are used so often that shoulder function is essential for necessary movements. At Action Reaction Physical Therapy, our therapists work with you to get you on track to be your healthiest, happiest self. Physical therapy can help treat shoulder injuries, one...
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Home Health Physical Therapy

Good news for physical therapy patients: Action Reaction is starting home health physical therapy! This type of care is crucial for patients, especially for those right out of an orthopedic operation. We can now act as a direct bridge between home health and outpatient orthopedic physical therapy.

What is home health PT?

Home health care provides medical...
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Physical Therapy and Surgery

In our modern era, there are a plethora of surgeries that one can have to fix and/or improve physical function. Modern medicine actually allows us to substitute parts of our body with replacement parts to alleviate pain and repair broken or malfunctioning parts (e.g., knee replacement surgery). Your preparation before the surgery, and especially after...
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Common Reasons to Seek Physical Therapy Treatment

A few years ago, the Institute of Medicine researched & reported that an estimated 116 million Americans live with chronic pain. Other studies show that around 60 million of those people suffer specifically from lower back pain. Statistically speaking, that means about 38%, or around 2/5, of you are dealing with pain that has lasted...
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