Archive for April 2016

Yoga and Physical Therapy

Yoga has been practiced for centuries and experts in different parts of the world have made minor modifications to the execution of yoga. However, the goal remains the same – to align the body and mind. Specific physical positions are used to benefit musculoskeletal health and posture and promote breathing control. One of the lesser…

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The “Kneed” for Physical Therapy

Aches and pains in the knee joint are common but easily dismissed. Although arthritis is well known, a degenerative knee condition called chondromalacia can also cause knee pain. Chondromalacia has many of the same symptoms as arthritis but is the result of abnormal softening and degeneration of cartilage on the underside of the kneecap. It…

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