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We will use this space to post articles and information which may help to educate patients about many aspects of physical therapy, from post-operative healing and expectations to information about some of the scientific basis behind many of our treatments. If you would like to be sure that you don’t miss any of our postings, you can subscribe to our RSS feed!
As we head into the new year, many of us will sit down for that yearly tradition: deciding on a few "New Year's Resolutions" to focus on in the coming year. Interestingly enough, these resolutions tend to be pretty similar from year to year... Read more
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we're officially getting into the busy holiday season! Whether it's hosting dinner at your house or traveling to spend time with your loved ones, this tends to be a busy time of the year.
What continues to drive Harrison Physical Therapy's growth? Why do we get so many repeat customers and referrals from past patients? Why do specialists from major medical centers look to us to take care of their patients? Why are we able to recruit... Read more
Rotator cuff tendonitis, often called shoulder tendonitis, is a common condition affecting the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff is comprised of four muscles that help stabilize the shoulder when it moves. However, there is a particularly poor blood... Read more
The short answer is YES. Any time physical therapy is ordered, you the patient/customer have the legal right to choose the place that you feel will give you the best care available. However, some of our previous patients have wrongfully assumed... Read more