Plantar fasciitis is a more common injury than you might think. Extremely painful many times, the first step in treating plantar fasciitis is to first properly identify that you indeed have plantar fasciitis. Then, in many cases, physical therapy can be a first line of treatment.
Great Moves Physical Therapy Blog: News, Info & Tips
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Sedentary: (of a person) tending to spend much time seated. When I looked up “sedentary”, that’s the definition that I found. The thing is, even those of us that like to get out and exercise are often still sedentary. If you add together the time that you spend sitting or lying down in a day, […]
We all know that performing your routine PT exercises can seem like a chore. This innovative researcher has a few ideas on how we can make things more interesting. Whether it’s video feedback, turning your PT program into a game, or using our golf simulator – we’ve got options to make things a little more […]
I’ve had a lot of patients come in recently with increased pain associated with bunions – that little bump on the inside part of your shoe. They develop when the inside arch of the foot drops and the big toe rotates outward. Bunions worsen when the arch remains unsupported and the rest of the foot […]
Suffering from a golf injury? Want to complement your current golf instruction and improve your golf fitness? Then this video interview with Aaron Andrus of Great Moves Physical Therapy is for you.
Having trouble with your golf swing? It may be more than a golf swing form issue – there could be an issue with your fitness and posture. We can you out. Personal trainer, Aaron Andrus recorded a video on some ways you can improve your golf game with some basic exercise and also by getting a video swing analysis at our indoor golf simulator at Great Moves Physical Therapy.