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Physical Therapy Shown to have 75% Success Rate in Preventing Shoulder Surgery

Written By PrimCare Physical Therapy on August 30, 2021

Getting surgery for the sake of eliminating pain or injury is a hotly debated topic in the medical community. While the success rate for surviving surgery is high in most cases, the numbers on getting rid of pain or injury... Read More

Post-Op Physical Therapy Important to Long-Term Recovery

Written By PrimCare Physical Therapy on July 30, 2021

That window of recovery time after a major surgery leaves a lasting impact on how your body functions for the rest of your life. One of the best ways to maximize and speed recovery is to undergo physical therapy. PrimeCare... Read More

PrimeCare Physical Therapy Brings PT Inside Your Home

Written By PrimCare Physical Therapy on June 30, 2021

While we always recommend coming into our clinic for physical therapy, we totally understand that some patients have difficulty leaving the house, or may be in a situation where travel is challenging. PrimeCare Physical Therapy in Hampton is pleased to... Read More

Integrating Physical Therapy with Chiropractic Care

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on March 22, 2021

Physical therapy and chiropractic care are two healthcare services that manage pain, improve mobility, and support musculoskeletal health. Physical therapy primarily deals with joint function and aims for long-term, pain-free movement. Chiropractic care focuses on neuromusculoskeletal issues like spine and... Read More

Choosing a Physical Therapist Other Than the One your Doctor Recommends

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on February 22, 2021

When people sign up for health insurance, they’re given the option to choose their primary care doctor. But many people don’t realize they can also choose their own physical therapist. Just because your primary care doctor refers you to a... Read More

Making Good Choices to Improve Your Immune System

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on January 20, 2021

Your immune system is your primary defense against disease-causing microorganisms. When functioning properly, it recognizes an antigen (or potentially harmful substance) and works to destroy it. The immune system saves information about the germ and how to combat it so... Read More

Using Physical Therapy for Treating TMJ

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on September 24, 2020

TMJ disorders impact around five to twelve percent of the world’s population with the disorder impacting women at least twice as often as men. TMJ disorders cause temporary or chronic jaw pain that stems from a variety of causes and... Read More

Physical Therapy During Pregnancy and After Giving Birth

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on August 24, 2020

Physical therapy during pregnancy alleviates uncomfortable symptoms that are common during pregnancy, including back pain, without the use of medication. Due to weight gain and changes in posture and center of gravity, many pregnant women experience pain in other areas,... Read More

Balance Retraining Through Physical Therapy

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on July 23, 2020

Around three million older adults receive treatment in emergency departments for falls, with over 800,000 fall-related hospitalizations each year. It’s estimated that one in five falls cause a serious injury, such as a head injury or a broken bone. A... Read More

Did You Know Fallen Arches Can Cause Bigger Problems?

Written By Dr. Russ Mosher, DPT on June 23, 2020

Fallen arches might be common, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have serious health complications. One study found that over 25% of the population suffers from archless feet. It also found a correlation with other conditions, higher body mass indexes, and a... Read More

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