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Trigger Point Dry Needling

Trigger Point Dry Needling

There are certain circumstances where pain persists despite an available treatment because of muscles that have developed into knots. This is called myofascial pain, and knotted areas are called trigger points. These trigger points are painful and highly sensitive when touched. Physical therapists may use the technique of dry needling (DN), also called trigger point dry needling. This is the modern practice of pushing thin solid needles throug

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Opioid Crisis and Physical Therapy

In the Wake of the Opioid Crisis, Physical Therapy a Safer Bet in Alleviating Pain

As we navigate through everyday living, it is almost a given that we will experience pain at some point. From minor pains like headaches and bump-related foot pain to pains as a result of major accidents, illnesses or disease, there is no telling how the pain will come.  Regardless of the cause of the pain, it is always important to know how to manage it. Unfortunately, the need to manage pain has led to the opioid crisis existing today. Opio

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Achilles Tendon, physical therapy

Taking Care of Your Achilles Tendon

For many people, a ruptured Achilles will be their first experience of a ruptured tendon. This is because the Achilles tendon is the most pronounced in the body.  Apart from its size, it also stretches from the calf muscles down to the bones in the heel. The size and spread of the Achilles tendon make it prone to injuries. Many injuries to the tendon are generally mild, resolving quickly over a short period. However, thousands of people suffe

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Physical Therapy for Knee Pain

You Can Now Be Free from Knee Pain

Knee pain is common in many adults. Apart from the ever-present feeling of discomfort it brings, it can also disrupt your everyday living.  When dealing with knee pain, you will not be able to walk around correctly or engage in the physical activities you love. Sadly, the number of reported cases of knee pain in the United States has increased over the last two decades. More than 25% of adults in the country have experienced knee pain at some

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Sports Therapy

What Sports Therapy Does for You

Sports therapy is vital for all sports professionals and all active individuals. Apart from helping to reduce the risk of injuries, sports therapy can also be used to prevent injuries from happening in the first place while enhancing your body’s physical condition. Here at Fusion Physical Therapy in Lawton, Oklahoma, our experienced physical therapists deploy a combination of physiological and pathological processes to reverse the damage don

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Soldier Injuries and Physical Therapy

Soldier Injuries and Physical Therapy

There has never been an institution that brought out as many musculoskeletal injuries as soldiers in the military. From physical training to military service, major complaints of young adult soldiers when they consult with physical therapists are painful musculoskeletal muscles. A musculoskeletal system consists of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, discs and blood vessels. Movement deficiencies and muscle imbalance are major causes of pain

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Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Back pain affects people from all walks of life and remains one of the most common reasons for seeking prescription pain medications. But many patients have found out they didn’t need to resort to medications by going first to physical therapy clinics such as Fusion Physical Therapy, for treatment. Not only do patients avoid getting addicted to certain pain meds, but they also eliminate the need for surgery for chronic pain conditions. At Fu

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Migraines and Physical Therapy

Migraines and Physical Therapy

Migraines are a genetic, neural disorder affecting the central nervous system, mostly on one side of the head, though it may spread to the whole head. At times, pain may last for up to 72 hours. Migraines are a common symptom suffered across the globe. At Fusion Physical Therapy, our physical therapists are experts in dealing with the symptoms of this condition. Difference between a migraine and a headache The amount of pain makes migraines dif

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carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Physical Therapy

The cause of carpal tunnel syndrome is a compressed nerve in the patient’s carpal tunnel. The abnormal pressure results in pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand. This is the median nerve, and it runs from the forearm into the palm of the hand and affects sensation in the palm and fingers (except the little finger). This condition greatly affects grip and wrist movement, affecting your ability to work. It may also be caused by ot

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Post Operative Physical Therapy

Post-operative Physical Therapy Rehabilitation | Fusion Physical Therapy

Post-operative physical therapy is also known as post-surgery rehabilitation, and it is a crucial part of physical therapy. It aids in proper healing of the muscles, bones, and soft tissues following surgery. It is necessary because it helps avoid injury or improper healing. Physical therapists will typically recommend that you take certain measures designed to prevent injury and improve the flexibility, motion, and function in a post-surgery reh

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Soldier Injuries and Physical Therapy

Soldier Injuries and Physical Therapy | Fusion Physical Therapy

For individuals who have served in the military, musculoskeletal injuries typically occur at a high rate and are also known as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). MSDs are caused by the endless vigorous exercises that military personnel undertake in their quest to reach and maintain high fitness levels. MSDs affect the musculoskeletal system of the human body. The system consists of every organ or tissue that enables form, stability, and movement t

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Trigger Point Dry Needling

Trigger Point Dry Needling | Fusion Physical Therapy

There are certain circumstances where, because of stubborn muscles, pain persists and resists the available treatment plans. In an effort to address this issue, physical therapists now make use of dry needling (DN), a modern practice that’s been quite effective in situations where traditional methods fail. This relatively new practice is being used by medical specialists to rid their patients of unrelenting pain. While it is comparable to th

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Achilles Tendon

Taking Care of Your Achilles Tendon

The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the human body and, for the majority of people, the one that is  most likely to rupture. It weaves itself through the body from the calf muscles to the heel bones. Given how far it stretches, it is not surprising that it is often injured. While most injuries to this tendon are mild, approximately 30,000 people across the U.S. experience severe injuries to this tendon where it is torn, and sometimes ev

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Opioids and Physical Therapy

In the Wake of the Opioid Crisis, Physical Therapy a Safer Bet in Alleviating Pain

Pain seems to be intrinsically woven into the fabric of the human experience, with the majority of us experiencing considerable pain at some point in our lives. The pain could have been caused by an accident or injury, or as a result of a disease or illness. Whichever way the pain comes, knowing what to do to manage it cannot be overstated. It is this very thing that has brought about the opioid crisis, as more people succumb to opioid addicti

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Knee Pain

You Can Now Be Free from Knee Pain!

The last 20 years have seen the rise of reported cases of knee pain in the United States, with 25% of adults across America experiencing knee pain at some point. Not only does knee pain impede a person’s ability to walk, but it can also be a source of frustration. The good news is that you can effectively eliminate knee pain with the help of exercises and physical therapy. Yes; this is how you avoid becoming part of these statistics! For people

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Sports Therapy

What Sports Therapy Does for You

For sports professionals, sports therapy is extremely critical. In addition to helping prevent injuries, it rehabilitates the injuries of  sports professionals towards the highest attainable levels of fitness. To accomplish this, physical therapists use a combination of techniques, including principles of both exercise and sports. At Fusion Physical Therapy in Lawton, Oklahoma, physical therapists leverage certain pathological and physiologic

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Back Pain

Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Back pain affects people from all walks of life and remains one of the most common reasons for people seeking appointments with their doctors. There are many causes of back pain, yet it is possible to eliminate most people’s back pain through simple exercises. Back pain patients would be delighted to learn that it is very likely that they can be cured of their back pain without the need to undergo an operation. At Fusion Physical Therapy in

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is quite common and in fact statistics show that in the U.S., one in every 20 people suffers this condition. People with this condition initially experience pain in their wrists and hands however over time, the pain will eventually affect the entire arm. What causes this pain? The pain occurs when a patient’s tendons and median nerve in their carpal tunnel experience pressure. As the pressure increases in this re

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Pelvic Pain

Women’s Health – Pelvic Pain and Physical Therapy

What is Pelvic Pain? A person experiencing pelvic pain can often feel the tightness of the pelvic floor muscles. Though the condition is more common among women, men can also be affected and while the pain varies from person to person and it usually gives a burning, sharp, stabbing or aching pain. What are the Causes of Pelvic Pain? There are many diseases and conditions that can cause pelvic pain. Some of the causes of pelvic pain include

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Women's Health and Physical Therapy

Women’s Health: Physical Therapy Benefits

The female body is very different from that of a male body in terms of development however women have very different conditions that affect them daily throughout all phases of life.  These conditions are mostly hormonal and most women experience these conditions during the childbearing phase due to the increased body activity. The condition might occur until a woman reaches menopause or beyond. Many of these conditions are the result of a weak p

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Soldier Injuries and Physical Therapy

Soldier Injuries and Physical Therapy

It has been noted that musculoskeletal injuries are a major source of disability for those who have served in the military due to the strict and strenuous exercise they undertake in order to be fit. Muscokeletal injuries affect the human body’s musculoskeletal system such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, discs and blood vessels.  Muscoloskeletal injuries are one of the common causes in which soldiers visit doctors. Physical therapy i

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Migraines and Physical Therapy

Migraines and Physical Therapy

Migraines are common occurrences encountered by many across the globe. At Fusion Physical Therapy, we receive plenty of cases of migraines making our experienced physical therapists experts in dealing with this symptom. What is the Difference Between a Migraine and a Headache? The difference between migraines and headaches is the amount of pain a person experiences. Headaches create minimal pain and are more tolerable. Migraines, on the other h

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Pregnancy and Physical Therapy

Women’s Physical Therapy: Pregnancy

One of the most common conditions that almost 70% of the pregnant women struggle with is lower back pain. The main reason for this lower back pain is lack of alignment as a result of the center of gravity moving forward. As the pregnancy continues and the baby continues to grow in the womb there is some constraint on the mid-back, shoulder, and the entire neck-area. This eventually results in back pain. Besides, the normal pain in the back and

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome And Physical Therapy

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects those who exert great force on their wrists. The carpal tunnel is the tunnel-like structure on the palm side of your wrists, which protects the median nerve as well as tendons that aid in the flexing of your fingers. Carpal tunnel syndrome affects the median nerve, courtesy of the pressure put on it and may cause numbness or even irritation. This numbness and irritation can affect your grip and y

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Stress Incontinence

Women’s Physical Therapy: Stress Incontinence

To some women, laughing, sneezing, exercising or coughing can be embarrassing due to the result of those functions such as  wet pants due to urethra leakage. Urethra leakage is the condition commonly referred to as stress incontinence or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). In this day and age, out of every 3 women, 1 of them suffers from Stress urinary incontinence (SUI). However, as the age of women progresses, the condition becomes more prev

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Sports Injury and Physical Therapy

Sports Injury and Physical Therapy

Sports injuries usually occur due to the overuse and repeated stress that is placed on the muscle during physical activity.  For example: Tennis players commonly complain of pain in the elbow known as tennis elbow Runners experience pain in their shin and knee, known as runner’s knee. Runners also complain of injuries in their legs, neck and various other muscles. Baseball players have pain in their shoulders Some people need sur

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Post operative physical therapy rehabilitation

Post Operative Physical Therapy Rehabilitation

An important aspect of physical therapy is the restoration of normal and everyday body function after an injury, surgery or just normal day to day wear and tear. Physical therapists also like to provide education for injury prevention. After surgery your body tissues, muscles and bones need time to heal. After surgery, many people experience reduced flexibility and functionality in their body because of their limited mobility when they were re

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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia

This is perhaps the most common condition that is affecting approximately 5 million people in the United States. Fibromyalgia is very common in women who are between 30 and 50 years old. This condition usually affects the bones and muscles of the patient characterized by fatigue and/or pain in the muscles & joints. Although there is no determined cure for fibromyalgia, at Fusion Physical Therapy, our trained physical therapists understand

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Spine Therapy

Spine Therapy

Back pains can be very devastating and uncomfortable which make the victim look desperately for relief. Spinal Therapy is designed to reduce inflammation, boost nerve function, and relieve some pressure built in the joints for those suffering from spine-related issues. It has been used by our spine and physical therapists to treat pains associated with neck, shoulder, headache, and back. You can also get the relief by visiting us at Fusion Physic

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

According to statistics, there are over 2 million people in America that suffer from this condition every year and 10% of Americans have it in their lifetime.  Plantar fasciitis is a common condition that can occur to everyone but more common to those who are above 40 years. Plantar fasciitis is basically a condition where one experiences pain at the heel and/or along the arch especially when one exerts weight on the foot. Sometimes this cond

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

According to the study, in every 20 persons in the United States, one is suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). It is a common condition that is usually associated with pain in the wrist and hand which eventually affects the whole arm. It occurs as a result of a lot of pressure exerted on the median nerve and tendons in the carpal tunnel. This much pressure causes pain, numbness, weakness, and/or tingling in your wrist, hand, and fingers.

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Sports Injury

Sports Therapy

Although athletics and general running done by most avid runners are great for the overall wellbeing, sometimes they get injuries in their practices and competitions. This is where you need quick sports therapy done so as you can continue with your activities. Sometimes the sports injury is complex calling for qualified physical therapists to handle it. At such a point, you need Fusion Physical Therapy to make sure you are back to your sports

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Pelvic Pain and Physical Therapy

Pelvic Pain and Physical Therapy

Pelvic pain is a condition that has become very common among the millennials across the globe especially the ones between the age of 18 and 50. Pelvic pain is usually associated with the tightness of the pelvic floor muscles among other causes. It is felt around the pelvis and genital regions. Many people have been treated of this condition by visiting Fusion Physical Therapy and you can, as well, say goodbye to pelvic pain. Our expert physica

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Many consider this medical condition as the most painful in the world. Unfortunately, 80,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with this painful condition every year. Previously, CRPS was referred to as Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD). What is CRPS? Well, this is a condition that arises when the peripheral and nervous system is injured or malfunction resulting in chronic pain. This pain can last for weeks, months, and/or years. Neve

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Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow and Physical Therapy

Although many people associate tennis elbow to the game, only a small percentage of the patients are tennis players. Lateral Epicondylitis, as referred to by medical practitioners, is a common condition that usually occurs when the elbow tendons are overloaded or overworked by having repetitive arm and/or wrist motions. Over-the-Counter drugs have been used by many to relieve the pain temporarily while others have gone for surgery that has lef

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Dyspareunia

Women’s Health: Dyspareunia and Physical Therapy

Dyspareunia is one of the major causes of interpersonal conflicts in marriages that affect approximately 20% of women in the United States. Dyspareunia is a medical condition where there is some recurring pain during intercourse which occurs when there is deep penetration, initial penetration or when there is a lack of lubrication. It may occur before, during or after sexual intercourse. Painful intercourse usually affects the physical health,

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Knee Pain

Knee Pain and Physical Therapy

Although knee pain is a treatable problem, many people are still suffering from it across the globe. Basically, your knee consists of 3 parts; the upper part, lower part, and the kneecap. To hold these 3 parts together are strong tendons, cartilages, and ligaments that ensure your knee is stabilized. Any damage or illness that affects these parts leads to knee pain. You don’t have to go through surgery as various hospitals suggest in a bid t

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COPD

COPD and Physical Therapy

Around two decades ago in 2002, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report indicating that Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) was the 5th-leading killer around the globe. If something is not done this life-threatening respiratory problem will be the 3rd-leading killer by 2030. Besides, budget for COPD medical care will also increase drastically having in mind that by 2020 CDC expects $49 billion to be used. These are some

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Women’s Health: Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Physical Therapy

According to statistics, a third of females are usually affected by pelvic organ prolapse across the globe in their lifetime. Pelvic organ prolapse can be a very uncomfortable condition in the life of a woman which involves the pelvic organs and pelvic floor. Pelvic organs like uterus, vagina, bladder, urethra, and rectum are usually held in place by pelvic floor. These organs tend to bulge out when the pelvic floor weakens resulting in pelvic

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Kegel Exercise

Women’s Health: Kegel Exercises

What is a Kegel? Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor exercises were named after Dr, Arnold Kegel, who was the first physician to describe the repeated contraction and relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles are located at the bottom of the pelvis that go from the pubic bone in front to the tail bone in the back and span side to side across our sit bones. Pelvic floor muscles help prevent bladder and/or bowel le

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Trigger Point Dry Needling

Benefits of Trigger Point Dry Needling (TrP-DN)

At Fusion Physical Therapy we specialize in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TrP-DN) as an effective way to alleviate painful and tender muscles. What are trigger points? Trigger points are knots within a muscle that may cause pain over a large area which may lead to challenges in performing everyday activities. In fact, when one of these trigger points is touched, it is painful and can create pain in other areas close to the initial pain point.

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Opioids and Opiates

Opioid Use vs Physical Therapy

With over 2 million Americans held under the grip of opioid abuse and over 130 dying daily from the overdose of these drugs, you can conclude that opioids are slowly becoming a national epidemic. Opioid dependency has made many think that it is the only way to deal with pain. Despite the efforts made by the CDC in releasing a guideline of how to use the drugs, the number of deaths and rates of abuse seem to still be high. With this concern in

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Pregnancy and Physical Therapy

Pregnancy and Physical Therapy

Pregnancy can create many issues for women. In fact, studies show that approximately 50% to 70% women experience back pain during pregnancy. For many women the pain disappears after pregnancy however more than 33% of the women will continue to experience back pain up to a year after pregnancy. While the baby is growing inside the uterus the pressure causes the center of gravity to move forward and creates a strain on the lower back which is where

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Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Within a three-month period of time, 25% of Americans will experience pain in the lower back. The pain is generally mild and eventually subsides. There are however times when the pain will not disappear, it returns or worsens. At Fusion Physical Therapy, we have patients that have undergone unnecessary surgeries, prescribed pain medicine and have large expensive medical bills to pay. Physical therapy is a more cost-efficient treatment that sho

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Technology and Digital Disabilities

Digital Disabilities and Physical Therapy

The age of technology has great benefits such as the ability to communicate with our family and friends frequently, the ability to receive information quicker and the ability to work more efficiently. However there are also disadvantages of this technology such as the side effects that our bodies experience. As we spend more and more time typing on our keyboards, thumb scrolling, tapping our screens we also begin to experience fatigue in our neck

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Women’s Health: Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Did you know that twenty percent of American women suffer with some form of pelvic pain which is also known as pelvic floor dysfunction?  For many Americans the pain is unidentifiable and goes untreated What is Pelvic Floor Pain? There are tissues and muscles in your pelvic area which form a sling that goes from the pubic bone to the tailbone which assists in supporting the pelvic organs as well as the abdominal organs; this is called the

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Women's Health and Physical Therapy

Women’s Health and Physical Therapy

Pelvic pain is becoming more and more discussed among women as well as urinary and/or bowel incontinence. All of these symptoms are a result of pelvic floor dysfunction which is caused by pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, chronic coughing, chronic constipation, trauma as well as aging. At Fusion Physical Therapy our women’s health physical therapist, Jackie Saravane can help! A women’s health physical therapist can help you alleviate pelvic

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Spine Therapy

Spine Therapy

Does your back hurt most of the day and do you spend a good portion of the day trying to relieve the pain? Have you heard of or even considered Spinal Decompression? At Fusion Physical Therapy we offer spinal therapy. Spinal decompression includes two types of treatment; surgical and nonsurgical. Nonsurgical decompression is often used to treat the following symptoms Back or Neck Pain Herniated or bulging disks Posterior Facet Sy

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Sports Injury

Sports Injuries and Physical Therapy

Injuries are common while participating in organized sports, competitions, training exercises, or fitness activities. Poor training methods, not warming-up, lack of conditioning, incorrect gear or equipment, fatigue, overuse and dehydration are a few of the causes of sports injuries. According to the National Institute of Health, the most common sports injuries include sprains, strains, Achilles tendinitis, fractures, knee injuries, rotator cuff

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dyspareunia

Women’s Health: Pain While Having Sex – Dyspareunia Treatment

Have you ever experienced pain while having sex? Then you may suffer from dyspareunia, a recurrent or persistent pain with sexual activity that affects approximately 10% to 20% of women in the United States. This condition can result in a lack of desire for sexual intercourse and damper the relationship a woman has with her partner as sexual intercourse should be associated with pleasure and not pain. When the pelvic muscles in the pelvic floor t

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migraines

Migraines and Physical Therapy Options

Migraines are the 6th most disabling illness in the world and approximately 37 million experience migraines. Every 10 seconds someone is being admitted to the emergency room complaining of head pain. The proper pain relief for headaches and migraines might just be found in physical therapy. Migraines are a pain that is far more intense that just a bad headache. Migraines are a genetic neurological disorder in the central nervous system which r

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Interstitial Cystitis

Physical Therapy is now being recommended by physicians for the treatment of interstitial cystitis (IC). Physical therapy is used to help ease IC symptoms and pain. Painful bladder syndrome, aka Interstitial cystitis, is a chronic condition that causes bladder pain, bladder pressure and sometimes pelvic pain. The pain ranges from mild discomfort to severe. Your bladder stores urine and is a muscular, hollow organ. When the bladder is full m

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Trigger Point Dry Needling

Trigger Point Dry Needling in Physical Therapy

Trigger Point Dry Needling (TrP-DN), a specialized technique that is creating a buzz in the physical therapy world, is a very effective treatment which reduces soreness and tenderness associated with trigger points. Trigger points are hyperirritable spots in a muscle. Our physical therapists at Fusion Physical Therapy are trained to effectively treat patients with face, neck, lower back, shoulders, arms, feet and hands utilizing TrP-DN. What i

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Peezing

Peezing – Peeing at the Same Time as You Sneeze

Peeing at the same time as you sneeze is commonly known as peezing.  Peezing often occurs during any type of physical movement such as coughing, jumping, sneezing, or running as these types of activities put pressure on your bladder. Peezing can signify a symptom of stress incontinence and is common among women, especially after childbirth. If you are a peezer, you are not alone. Urinary incontinence occurs when undesired urine leaks out. Mos

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The Achilles Tendon

One of the most common tendons to rupture is the largest tendon known as the Achilles tendon and stretches from the bones of the heel all the way to your calf muscles. When the Achilles tendon is injured, the pain is mild and creates a burning sensation and is stiff. There are approximately 30,000 people in the United States aging from 30 to 49 who experience a torn or ruptured tendon. While there are many different type of treatment for the A

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Pelvic Floor

Things to Know About the Pelvic Floor

There are several health issues that a woman deals with that affect the pelvic floor and include urinary incontinence, pelvic pain and bowel problems. Childbirth, chronic constipation, pregnancy, surgery, chronic coughing, trauma and aging a few types of issues women experience which may cause pelvic floor muscle tension, incoordination and weakness. There are many myths about women’s health and we are going to address two of them below. M

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

Studies show that more than 3 Million people are diagnosed per year and approximately one out of 10 people in the US experience a persistent pain that is located on the bottom of the foot called plantar fasciitis. How do you know if you might be one of these 3 Million people plus? Do you wake up in the morning and experience a stabbing pain near the heel of your foot? If you stand for prolonged periods of standing, do you feel any pain? If this i

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Spine Therapy

Spine Therapy

Does your back hurt most of the day and do you spend a good portion of the day trying to relieve the pain? Have you heard of or even considered Spinal Decompression? At Fusion Physical Therapy we offer spinal therapy. Spinal decompression includes two types of treatment; surgical and nonsurgical. Nonsurgical decompression is often used to treat the following symptoms Back or Neck Pain Herniated or bulging disks Posterior Facet Sy

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Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises, also referred to as pelvic floor exercises, consist of a repeated contraction and relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles. Dr. Arnold Kegel was the first physician to describe this contraction and is who Kegel exercises received their name. The pelvic floor muscles support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum and performing Kegel exercises strengthens the pelvic floor muscles. Are Kegel Exercises hard to perform?

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Treating Sport Injuries with Physical Therapy

Injuries are common while participating in organized sports, competitions, training exercises, or fitness activities. Poor training methods, not warming-up, lack of conditioning, incorrect gear or equipment, fatigue, overuse and dehydration are a few of the causes of sports injuries. According to the National Institute of Health, the most common sports injuries include sprains, strains, Achilles tendinitis, fractures, knee injuries, rotator cuff

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Physical Therapy for Pelvic Pain Also Known as Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Did you know that twenty percent of American women suffer with some form of pelvic pain which is also known as pelvic floor dysfunction?  For many Americans the pain is unidentifiable and goes untreated What is Pelvic Floor Pain? There are tissues and muscles in your pelvic area which form a sling that goes from the pubic bone to the tailbone which assists in supporting the pelvic organs as well as the abdominal organs; this is called the

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