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Neck pain is one of the most common reasons that patients seek out physical therapy, but there are many different types of neck pain that require the careful evaluation of a licensed physical therapist to treat successfuly. Beyond just having good posture, here are some things that your physical therapist can help you consider and modify, so that your neck pain has less of a chance to happen again: Work Environment Do you have a job or an activity that requires repeated reaching, lifting, or...
Posted on 2020-07-30
We are honored that the people who come through our doors for their rehabilitation do so because they have chosen to put their trust in our team at Superior Rehabilitation. They've entrusted us with their quality of life, their pain, and now in their health and safety during a worldwide pandemic. Our promise to superior service stands stronger than ever, and we have refused to settle for the minimal standards. We have taken great measures to maximize our clinic's environment to create a safe sp...
Posted on 2020-07-22
COVID COMMITMENT. We received the following communication from a Medical Doctor in our community asking us for help: "We are facing a critical juncture in the pandemic. Even though we have worked so diligently to flatten the virus curve, we are currently seeing spikes throughout most of the state... Louisiana has had more then 3,000 people die of COVID-19 already, and younger people are not only getting the virus at an alarming rate, but they are getting sicker and requiring more medical ...
Posted on 2020-07-17
How Physical Therapy Helped My Shoulder. Almost every day I worked out at my local gym and began waking up with some ache and slight pain in my right shoulder. I thought it was just soreness from playing basketball and working out five times a week. The more I continued my routine the worse it got. One day, I caught myself dropping my fork trying to eat shrimp fried rice because of how intense the pain was in my shoulder. My stubborn self finally realized I needed to stop and see a physical the...
Posted on 2020-07-10
Since the bicycle was introduced in the 19th century, cycling has become a dominating presence in so many areas of humankind, from a means of transportation, to recreational exercise, to an elite-level sport, to even a childhood milestone. Of course, with any activity that requires thousands of repetitions for a prolonged period, cycling carries the risk of all types of injuries. Unfortunately, acute injuries such as fractures of the clavicle, wrist, or scaphoid, skin abrasions, shoulder dislo...
Posted on 2020-05-11
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