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Physical Therapy Guide to Cervical Radiculopathy

Apr 13, 2020 / Guide

Cervical radiculopathy, often called a pinched nerve in the neck, causes pain to radiate (extend) to the shoulder, shoulder blade, arm, or hand.

Physical Therapy Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

May 4, 2021 / Guide

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a condition noted by extreme fatigue that lasts for more than six months. Another name for CFS is myalgic encephalomyelitis.

Physical Therapy Guide to Compartment Syndrome

Jan 2, 2021 / Guide

Compartment syndrome occurs when there is increased pressure in one of the compartments of the body. It results in deep pain (usually in the leg or arm).

Physical Therapy Guide to Container Baby Syndrome

Aug 16, 2023 / Guide

A "container baby" is a newborn baby or young infant who is placed in a container, such as a car seat or stroller, for an excessive amount of time on a given day.

Physical Therapy Guide to Developmental Coordination Disorder

Feb 27, 2020 / Guide

Developmental coordination disorder is a motor skill disorder that causes problems with movement and coordination. It is not related to intelligence, autism, or cerebral palsy.

Physical Therapy Guide to Dizziness

Mar 4, 2020 / Guide

Dizziness is a common problem, especially among older adults. It produces a feeling of spinning, floating, or lightheadedness. Physicaly therapy can help ease the symptoms of dizziness and reduce your risk for falls.

Physical Therapy Guide to Elbow Fracture

Jul 19, 2024 / Guide

An elbow fracture is a bone break that occurs in the middle of the arm, in the elbow joint area.

Physical Therapy Guide to Female Athlete Triad

Jun 7, 2022 / Guide

Female athlete triad is a condition involving three factors: energy availability, bone mineral density, and the menstrual cycle. It can lead to eating problems, low bone density, and menstrual cycle changes.

Physical Therapy Guide to Femur Fracture

Jun 13, 2020 / Guide

A femur fracture is a break, crack, or crush injury of the (femur) thigh bone. It is sometimes referred to as a hip fracture or broken hip when it occurs near the hip joint.

Physical Therapy Guide to Fibromyalgia

Apr 12, 2016 / Guide

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that affects around five million adults. Symptoms include widespread chronic pain and fatigue.