Monthly Archives: March 2015

What is Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy?

When someone suffers from dizziness, imbalance, and vertigo, vestibular rehabilitation therapy is an exercise-based program that promotes compensation for symptoms from inner ear deficits. Balance training and physical therapy are key elements in compensating for inner-ear symptoms. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy seeks to help with the variety of vestibular problems individuals may face, and it can […]

A Guide to Groin Strains

Groin strains are an incredibly common injury, especially for athletes. These injuries generally affect the area of the inner thigh, or the front of your hip. If you’re a soccer player, hockey player, or dancer, you probably know the pain of such injuries well, as they are most common in sports that involve running, kicking, […]

Dance Injuries and Physical Therapy

The art of dancing has always been one of the most popular ways for human beings of all ages to express themselves. For many people, dancing is more than a fun hobby or evening activity, it’s a sport. Competitive dancers are truly athletes, and they are well-equipped with an incredible technical dancing prowess. The downside […]

Physical Therapy through your Senior Years

When your body is young, it’s easy to take your strength and fitness for granted. It’s tough to look into the future and see how your days of youthful activity can lead to future aches and pains. As you age your body loses its ability to bounce back quickly from injuries. Daily tasks can take […]