We are proud to announce that seven CORA Physical Therapists have earned the professional designation of Orthopaedic Certified Specialist (OCS). The OCS Board Certification is granted by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)’s American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists (ABPTS) and involves a rigorous application and examination processes. Less than 5% of the physical therapists […]
Pain can often be prevented through an annual physical therapy visit. Have you ever considered scheduling an annual checkup with your physical therapist? Did you even know that was possible? Receiving an annual checkup with a physical therapist is not only possible, but it can be a proactive way to enhance your overall health and […]
Physical therapy can help you get moving to counteract negative health effects. Chances are, you’re reading this article while seated. More than 75 percent of all Americans have jobs that require them to sit for more than half of their waking hours each day, not counting the time they spend commuting to and from work […]
Aging Doesn’t Have to Mean Back Pain The normal process of aging often brings with it an increase in aches, pains, and overall stiffness of the spine. Many people believe that this is an inevitable consequence of getting older, but this isn’t necessarily true. As we age, the condition of the spine changes due to […]
This neck condition, common among infants, is treatable with physical therapy. Torticollis is a neck condition in which the head or neck bends to one side, causing head tilt. The condition, also known as wryneck, is relatively common in newborns and can be present at birth, acquired later in infancy, or may result from damage […]
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