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CHOOSE PHYSICAL THERAPY FIRST: BY UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS OF PAIN Pain is produced by the brain. While pain does start at the point of injury—it also kind of doesn’t, as well. The nerves of the injured body part send a warning signal up a rather complicated pathway to your brain. Once there, the brain decides if it needs to then send a pain signal in response back to the injured body part.... Whew. Okay, this is sometimes hard to grasp—this back-and-forth carrier system. ...
Posted on 2017-08-02
THINGS TO DO IN DULUTH, MN IN THE SUMMER! Summer is officially here, and as Duluthians we’re all about celebrating each of the four seasons as they blow on and off our glorious lake. After all, we’re outdoors people, adventurers, determined and excited to discover all the beauty in the nature surrounding us (and hey, let’s be honest, sometimes the beauty inside four walls, too); we don’t want to miss out on the community, the culture of our city.   We don&rsqu...
Posted on 2017-06-21
Physical Therapy for Pelvic Pain. What to expect?. At In Motion Therapy we take pride in our specialized care in the treatment of pelvic pain. This pain could be perineal pain, dyspurenia, vulvodynia, coccygodynia, side effects of endometriosis, post-hysterectomy pain, and pregnancy/ post-partum pain. We also treat urinary and fecal incontinence. What you can expect from your therapy sessions is one-on-one individualized care in a private setting. We spend a significant amount of time looki...
Posted on 2017-04-03
In Motion Therapy Proudly Announces: Dry Needling Hey, Amber Laura here (AL for short), physical therapy aide with In Motion Therapy. I recently sat down with our very own physical therapist (PT), Monica Bertani to talk about the new procedure she’s offering at our clinic: Dry Needling. A relatively new concept to physical therapy, dry needling is very much what it sounds like: small needles, without medication or injection, are inserted through the skin to alleviate pain. To better unde...
Posted on 2016-11-11
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