Bunions are a common foot condition characterized by a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe, resulting in pain, discomfort, and difficulty walking. For many individuals, conservative treatment options such as orthotics, padding, or anti-inflammatory medications may provide relief. However, for those with severe or persistent symptoms, foot surgery may be necessary to correct the bunion and restore proper foot function. This blog will explore the types of bunion surgery, the recovery process, and factors to consider when deciding on surgery.
17 May 2023
It can be difficult to know when your child needs physical therapy rehabilitation. Many parents assume that physical therapy is only for children who have been injured or are recovering from an illness, but there are actually several times when physical therapy might be the best course of action for your child. Take a look at a few instances when physical therapy rehabilitation could benefit your child. Delayed Motor Development
6 April 2023
Soft tissue injuries often result in pain, inflammation, and limited mobility. Familiarize yourself with the soft tissue regeneration stages that you will endure after an injury. Then, explore some therapeutic processes that will speed up your recovery. The Regeneration Stages When a soft tissue injury occurs, blood cells attempt to form a clot. During the preliminary healing process, the injured tissue will appear swollen. Redness and warmth may be apparent in the injured area.
1 March 2023
Massage therapy may seem like a luxury, but it can be used to help treat many conditions and manage pain. If you have been considering massage therapy, but you aren't sure if it's right for you, you're in luck because just about anyone can benefit from some form of massage therapy. If you would like to know more, keep reading. People With Certain Medical Conditions Massage therapy works by relaxing muscles, which helps relieve pain and pressure on nerves and other tissues, including organs that share the same neurological pain pathways.
19 January 2023