Physical Therapy

You Can Find Fast Relief WITHOUT Opioids! Try PT Today

November 20th, 2020

Did You Know You Could Relieve Your Pain Without Harmful Drugs? Long-term opioid consumption is not a good strategy for managing chronic pain. In addition to the risk of addiction, opioids simply alleviate the symptoms (pain) of a larger problem. For very real, measurable improvement over chronic pain, physical therapy and chiropractic care has been

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Are You Fit Enough to Roast a Turkey?

November 2nd, 2020

Most people don’t associate fitness with Thanksgiving. We want to change that with a pre-Thanksgiving training suggestion. Your typical menu consists of turkey, roast beef, and casseroles which can be very heavy and difficult to handle. Potential strains and sprains await those who move these heavy dishes in and out of the oven. What steps

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Physical Therapy

It’s Time to Fall Back into Physical Therapy!

October 20th, 2020

Did you know that October is National Physical Therapy Month? Now is a great time to fine tune your body and get back into doing the things you love. Comber Physical Therapy and Fusion Chiropractic is committed to providing our patients with high-quality rehabilitation. Our expert team of physical therapists is devoted to helping our

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Get ‘Active and Adaptive’ During National Chiropractic Health Month

October 10th, 2020

Comber Physical Therapy and Fusion Chiropractic is joining chiropractors nationwide this October during National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) to encourage the public to get “active and adaptive” and maintain musculoskeletal health and function in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since March, many people across the country have incorporated changes into their daily lives to

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Back Pain

Suffering With Back Pain? Check Your Posture!

September 20th, 2020

In one longitudinal study, back pain accounted for more than 3 percent of all emergency room visits between 2004 and 2008. It is also estimated that more than 25 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, many with a disability that prevents them from doing normal daily tasks like working and caring for themselves or others.

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