Many types of arthritis can be managed effectively without surgery. Try these six at-home methods first.
After a year of working from home, Americans are seeing a rise in back and shoulder injuries. Here’s how to address these common orthopedic problems.
Working from home has its advantages, but it can also be harmful to your spine if you’re not supporting your back properly.
Here’s a guide to making sure your orthopedic procedure goes as smoothly as possible.
Physical therapy after surgery offers a variety of benefits — from speeding up your recovery to improving your mobility.
Upper back pain can often be alleviated by simple stretching exercises. Here are five to try before visiting an orthopedic specialist.
So your orthopedist has prescribed physical therapy to heal your injury. Now what?
Physical therapy isn’t only for post-injury rehab — it can also help you boost flexibility and avoid injury in the first place.
Physical therapy is often the recommended method to heal a ruptured meniscus in the knee. In fact, patients generally find relief within weeks.
Learn how you can manage sciatica with conservative treatments like physical therapy and corticosteroid injections.
One way to loosen up those stiff and painful lower back muscles is by exercising. Here are the best physical therapy stretches to try.
Dealing with painful arthritis or a sports injury? Physical therapy (PT) may be the answer.
Don’t let neck pain keep you down! Two of NYC’s top orthopedic specialists share tips on how to modify your workout routine to manage chronic pain.
A painful pinched nerve can keep you from enjoying your favorite activities. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options — most of which are non-surgical — that can provide relief.