By Caroline McKeighan, SPT What is Plica Syndrome? Plica is a fold of tissue that lines the knee joint, is formed in utero, and is typically reabsorbed by the [...]
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Dr. Drew Bishop of Capital Area Physical Therapy Earns TPI Certification Drew Bishop, PT, DPT recently earned certification as a TPI Certified Expert from the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), [...]
Understanding the Rotator Cuff The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and tendons that surround the glenohumeral joint, or the shoulder joint, where calcific tendonitis of the [...]
Do You Need A TMJ Physical Therapy Evaluation? Without a doubt, jaw pain can be unbearable; it can be excruciating if not attended to. A TMJ PT evaluation from [...]
by Steven Kiak, SPT Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Causes, Symptoms, Treatment Have you ever woken up one morning and after sitting up experience a sudden feeling that the [...]
by Steven Kiak, SPT What is Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome? Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome is an umbrella term describing pain on the front or anterior aspect of the knee [...]
Savannah Brija, SPT 10 Exercises To Do At Home With An Exercise Ball Are you stuck inside for your workout this winter? Tired of doing the same home routine? [...]