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How Physical Therapy Can Help You Reclaim Your Life After a Stroke

May 20th, 2020

Have you, or someone you know, recently suffered from a stroke? It is no secret that any neurological disorder can be limiting and debilitating, forcing you to find new ways to manage your daily life. While this can be frustrating, physical therapy can help improve your function so you can get back to living your

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Sprains and Strains

Everything You Need to Know About Your Sprains and Strains

April 20th, 2020

Social distancing and Stay at Home requirements have been implemented to flatten the curve of infection for COVID-19 and protect public health. For many that means working from home and catching up on home projects. It can also lead to an increase in risk of accidental sprains and strains. We’ve all been there – working

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Parkinson's Program Williamsburg, VA

Reclaim Your Life with Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease

April 10th, 2020

Are you living with Parkinson’s Disease? It is no secret that a neurological disorder such as this can be limiting and debilitating, forcing you to find new ways to manage your daily life. While this can be frustrating, physical therapy can help improve your function so you can get back to living your life on

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COVID Update

March 18th, 2020

Physical therapy and chiropractic care are essential services. We are open and treating patients from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. For many of you, there is no visible difference. However, we recognize that some of our patient population must be more careful in exposure to potential viral threats, so we have initiated

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Multiple Sclerosis

How Physical Therapy Can Help With Multiple Sclerosis

March 8th, 2020

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a neurological disease that causes the body’s immune system to abnormally attack the covering of the nerve cells, called myelin. This causes scarring and decreases the nerves’ ability to transmit signals properly. MS is categorized by bouts of activity, with periods of minimal to no activity, depending on the different type

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