Did You Know Sitting at a Desk All Day Could Lead to Painful Conditions? If your mother is constantly telling you to stand up straight, if you find yourself with shoulder pain after a long day at work, or if you notice you are developing a hunchback, chances are you have Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS).
Category: Pain Relief
You’ve seen the headlines, and you know that opioids are the major driver behind the widespread drug crisis in America. We also know that if you or a loved one has chronic pain, you may be feeling frustrated and confused about your options. At our physical therapy clinic, we stand with the Centers for Disease
As we transition into a new summer season this gives life to spending more time outside to enjoy the beautiful sunshine we have been longing for. Camping, hiking, and fishing are a few of the activities that seem to get more popular as the weather takes a turn for the better. Fishing is a hobby
Physical therapy has proven to be a safe, successful, and risk-free treatment method for chronic pain.
Did you know that a herniated disc can occur anywhere in your spine? At our physical therapy clinic, we see disc herniations frequently among our patients with back, arm, and/or leg pain. If you believe your pain and dysfunction is caused by a herniated disc, we encourage you to contact Eastside Sports Rehabilitation Clinic today
Pain can be a debilitating and limiting part of your life. It can hold you back from the physical activities you’d like to do, whether it be work, hobbies, or simply getting around to complete daily tasks. Fortunately, there are a few quick and easy ways that you can relieve your pain and increase your
If you have been living with lower back pain, you know how limiting it can be. While it may seem simple to relieve the pain with prescription medications, our current opioid epidemic has left people in search of less harmful solutions. Fortunately, physical therapy can be that very solution. A study published by BMC Health
Pain is a problematic annoyance that can impact one’s life. Pain is your body’s way of sending you a message, and chronic pain (pain lasting three months or longer) can sometimes be indicative of an underlying condition that you should have a medical professional look at. While medication can sometimes be used to provide short-term