By Jaime Sigurdsson, CEAS, Director of Workers’ Compensation at CORA Physical Therapy The practice of physical therapy has been around since the early 1800’s and consists of massage, manipulation, and exercise, all of which are proven to aid in improved range of motion and strength. Range of motion and strength allow for improved mobility which […]
Even the most casual of football fans have likely seen Maria Taylor flash across their flat screens on Saturday mornings with a calm yet confident demeanor that commands your attention. Cerebral in her delivery, the same 6’2” frame that made Maria an elite volleyball and basketball player more than holds her own, standing chin to […]
Signs and symptoms of a concussion can be difficult to recognize. With school sports in full swing, CORA’s concussion expert, Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, Clinic Manager at CORA Physical Therapy Seminole and Dr. Dusty Narducci of USF Health joined The Weekly Checkup Radio Show in Tampa to discuss Concussion Management + Protocols, including how to tell if you […]
We are proud to announce that nine CORA therapists have earned the professional designation of Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). Each year the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) recognizes a select few physical therapists who pass a rigorous examination related to their area of expertise to become board certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialists (OCS). The OCS Board […]
On June 22, Stephanie May of CORA Physical Therapy and Dr. Richard Gray of Florida Medical Clinic joined The Weekly Checkup Radio Show in Tampa to discuss topics that included Occupational Therapy, Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. Listen below.
Were you just reaching for something and all of a sudden experienced severe lower back pain? It’s scary how quickly and strongly the pain can debilitate you. The feeling that one wrong move will cause even more pain or cripple your ability to move is incredibly common; however, the situation is not as bad as […]