March 23, 2018
A guest blog post contributed by FitnessCoach_AC
Cutting-edge procedure offered at OSMC can restore function in younger patients with irreparable rotator cuff damage
March 2, 2018
The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint and allow proper movement of the arm and shoulder. Injuries to the rotator cuff are common in athletes and other...
February 28, 2018
Physical therapy is one of the many services provided at OSMC for the complete and comprehensive care of orthopaedic and sports related injuries and ailments. “Our patients will come here and receive...
February 9, 2018
If you have been experiencing chronic pain and loss of mobility in your joints, there is a good chance the possibility of a joint replacement has crossed your mind. Joint replacement can be a very...
January 31, 2018
Sometimes, during the course of treatment, a physical therapy patient may plateau in their progress, or encounter a persistent pain or spasm. In those cases, OSMC physical therapists may consider an...
Osteoporosis is more of a problem than commonly thought, OSMC doctor says—here is what you need to know
January 30, 2018
Osteoporosis is the most common of the metabolic bone diseases. The normal balance between bone resorption and bone formation is upset with osteoporosis resulting in loss of bone mass and an...
January 25, 2018
Hip pain is common in young, active people. In many circumstances it represents a muscular injury that will resolve on its own. When the pain does not improve despite rest and anti-inflamitory...
December 13, 2017
All around the country, youth athletes are starting to focus on one sport at younger and younger ages. Traditionally, young athletes participated in several sports, rotating between them as the...
Personalized Blood Flow Restriction - latest technique in our cutting-edge Physical Therapy department
November 13, 2017
According to a study by the American College of Sports Medicine, muscles must lift loads greater than 65% of a one-rep maximum regularly in order to gain strength. That’s no problem for athletes and...
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