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Physical Therapy for Rotator Cuff Injury A common injury of the shoulder, rotator cuff tears or strains are typically caused due to overuse or sudden impact. While the shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the body – allowing us to move our arms up, down, forwards, backwards, side to side, and in a … Continue reading “Rotator cuff physical therapy”

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Dry Needling is a medical technique performed by a skilled physical therapist to immediately reduce pain, muscle tension and improve mobility. It is used in a variety of musculoskeletal problems including, but not limited to: acute or chronic injuries, headaches, neck pain, back pain, tendinitis, muscle spasms, “Sciatica”, hip or knee pain, muscle strains, fibromyalgia, … Continue reading “Dry needling”

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Blood Flow Restriction Training Theory and Applications If you’ve been at the gym recently and notice someone weightlifting with bands wrapped around their biceps, they are likely trying out a new training regimen called Blood Flow Restriction Training, or BFR. The strategy behind Blood Flow Restriction Training is to maintain arterial blood flow to a muscle, while … Continue reading “Blood Flow Restriction Training”

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Physical Therapy for Sciatica As one of the most common causes of back pain, there are an estimated 3 million reported cases of sciatica in the United States annually. Sciatica is distinguished as a pain that originates in your lower back and then spreads into the hips, buttocks, and down one leg and into the … Continue reading “Sciatica Physical Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Vertigo in Utah Do you experience a dizzy sense of movement, a feeling of falling, or spinning when you stand up or move your head? Vertigo is extremely common and can cause very unpleasant symptoms that affect balance and everyday life. Fortunately, vertigo is very easily corrected with physical therapy in Utah. … Continue reading “Vertigo Physical Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Tendonitis Tendonitis is an inflammation of one or more tendons, the fibrous cords that attach muscle to bone. This irritation and inflammation occurs due to overuse or injury. Tendonitis can happen in any tendon, but it is most common in the tendons surrounding the knees, elbows, heels, shoulders, and wrists. Sports injuries … Continue reading “Tendonitis Physical Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Scoliosis Scoliosis is an improper curvature of the spine, a condition that can lead to pain, muscle weakness, improper alignment, respiratory issues, fatigue, stiffness, and other medical problems. Typically diagnosed in adolescence, scoliosis affects women more often than men. Scoliosis that is progressive can lead to an increase of symptoms and more … Continue reading “Scoliosis Physical Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Hypermobility Joint hypermobility is a syndrome that affects a variety of bodily systems, particularly the joints, ligaments, and cartilage of the body. Individuals with hypermobility experience a wider range of motion in the joints due to weakness in the ligaments and cartilage surrounding the joints. Hypermobile joints are often referred to as … Continue reading “Hypermobility Physical Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Shoulder Subluxation Subluxation is a partial dislocation of the shoulder joint. The difference between a partial and full dislocation is that, in the case of a subluxation the shoulder slips out of place by a smaller degree and normally pops back into place on its own. Even though the joint has returned … Continue reading “Shoulder Subluxation Physical Therapy”

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How Can Manual Therapy Help Me? If you are experiencing increased pain and stiffening in any of your joints and muscles, our manual therapy options in Utah are often helpful. Patients seek out this type of physical therapy for a variety of mobility issues. For example, you may be finding it difficult to get up … Continue reading “Manual Therapy”

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What is Astym therapy? Astym treatment is the regenerative medicine of therapy and is designed to restore soft tissues at a cellular level with a physical therapist in Utah. It regenerates healthy soft tissues (muscles, tendons, etc.), and removes unwanted scar tissue that may be causing pain or movement restrictions. Astym therapy has helped countless … Continue reading “ASTYM Therapy”

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Laser Therapy How Does It Work? When the light from the laser is placed on your skin, it gets absorbed in the cells of your muscles. Just like how plants use light from the sun to grow, your body uses the light from the laser to repair itself. When you get injured, you go through … Continue reading “Laser Therapy”

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What is Aquatic Therapy? Aquatic therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy in Utah.For years, therapists have realized positive results when applying this water modality to a variety of patient populations. Water has been, and still remains, the best environment to achieve full function regardless of the injury. Water improves motion and flexibility. The … Continue reading “Aquatic Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Hand Pain How are hand conditions treated? At Rock Run, the first step our physical therapists in Utah with take in dealing with hand, wrist or elbow pain is evaluating the source of that pain. Often that’s done in conjunction with your primary care physician, but especially when the pain isn’t connected … Continue reading “Hand Therapy”

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Post-Op Utah Physical Therapy So you’ve completed your pre-op physical therapy and had your surgery – now what? Post-Op physical therapy, of course! Studies have shown that physical therapy after a surgery drastically reduces recovery time and has a wide variety of benefits, including: Better circulation / prevention of blood clots Pain control and management … Continue reading “Post-Op Therapy”

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Physical Therapy for Pre-Op Surgery is scheduled, Now what? Is there something more you can do to improve your chances of a good recovery? How about physical therapy? The studies of the effectiveness of physical therapy before surgery give mixed reviews. Most of the studies suggest there is no difference in recovery of those who … Continue reading “Pre-Op Therapy”

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Rock Run Physical Therapy & Rehab Specialists Workshops

FREE Community Wellness Workshops


Rock Run Physical Therapy offers FREE Workshops to help educate the community on a variety of subjects. They have been very well received and seats fill up fast! All the Workshops are educational, interactive, and entertaining. At the workshops, you will get to meet people who are having the same questions and problems as you AND you will get to have your questions answered!

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