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Welcome to the Harrison Physical Therapy Blog!

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!

Due to the high levels of stress our bodies endure during both athletic and recreational activities, it is an all too common occurrence to experience soreness and performance decrements, sometimes up to 72 hours after the activity. This soreness in part is... Read more

  Its officially Spring, and as the days get longer and the air gets warmer it will be time to get back on the golf course before you know it! As we move from our relaxed winter months into our more active spring and summer months,... Read more

  Soreness after increased activity is a common occurrence for both beginner and experienced individuals. It occurs as our muscles heal from the new activity and is known in the medical and fitness world as Delayed Onset Muscle... Read more

  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