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What to Expect at Your Visit to In Motion Therapy (Especially The First One): Before the Appointment: 1. First thing’s first: before you can be treated at our office, we require a doctor’s order. Once we receive that, usually sent via fax from the doctor’s office, we will call you—the patient—to set up an appointment. Also, you will need to provide a valid photo ID and insurance card at the time of arrival.          ...
Posted on 2016-09-21
Why New Mom’s Should Seriously Consider Physical Therapy--  (Whether this is their first child or their fifth….) In our last article, we addressed the many benefits of undergoing physical therapy while pregnant. Now let’s talk physical therapy for post-partum mothers. (And believe me, you’ll want to read this.) Pregnancy and delivery are hard on the female body. And it doesn’t end after the baby is born, either. There’s a common misconception...
Posted on 2016-09-19
Physical Therapy and Pregnancy... (& Why Expectant Mother's Should Do Them Together) Pregnancy is the miracle of life. Unfortunately, that miracle does offer some unenviable side-effects in the form of low back pain, general soreness, and pelvic discomfort for the mother. (All of which, by the by, are frequently present during both prenatal carrying and postpartum delivery).  An underutilized, sometimes all together missed, yet highly effective source for pain management, physical the...
Posted on 2016-09-19
8 Tips for Managing Anger Effectively and Healthily  No one likes to get angry. It’s uncomfortable. Stressful. It clouds thinking…and judgement. It starts the heart pump-pump-pumping double time, making us feel jittery, anxious (and sometimes even a little out of control.) Anger makes us defensive. It robs us of contentment and peace. It stirs in our bellies, rumbling, frothing over.... And, believe it or not, that’s not the worst of it. Unfortunately, anger also lend...
Posted on 2016-09-16
Your Brain and Pain— Let’s talk about pain. It’s the most common reason people come to see physical therapists. Because their body hurts. But to treat pain, first one must understand it—how it’s processed through the body, and communicated to the self, how that message is then interpreted, and what that all means for recovery…. Pain is a multi-faceted, elusive little creature. It used to be, pain was considered to start at the nerves of injured tissue. Bu...
Posted on 2016-09-15
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