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5 Exercises for Acute Lower Back Pain

Earlier this week I posted about some myths and lower back pain. Here is a link. Acute back pain is recent pain. Pain that is less than a couple months old. A takeaways I like people to understand about acute lower … Continue reading

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Patient Question Friday: Does _______ Work?

This isn’t one question I get from any particular person. Its a form of a question I get from almost every person. Does something work for my problem? The something can be a wide variety of options medications, surgery, creams … Continue reading

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Concepts of Pain

Last time I talked a bit about “pain science” Here is a graphic that talks about some of the core concepts of pain. Some of these concepts are becoming more well known in the medical world and to the average … Continue reading

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What Is Pain Science?

On or facebook group last week I was asking what people might be interested in for content. Someone responded more about pain science. Here is a link to the group if you are interested in checking it out.  Eagle County … Continue reading

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Patient Question Friday. Knee Pain

  I am going to start a regular patient question answer thing here on Fridays. I will take any questions if you have them, just post in the comments or email them in. Or I will take questions from people … Continue reading

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World Mental Health Day.

This post is a day late for World Mental Health Day. But, better late than never. You may ask why post about mental health on a physical therapy website. Well there are a couple reasons. One is if you notice … Continue reading

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Ski and Ride Conditioning

  The weather has stayed chilly and snow has kept coming up on the mountain the last few days. That means skiing isn’t far off and its time to get our bodies ready. The last 2 posts I wrote about … Continue reading

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What Does Grading Mean?

Things are really starting to change here in the mountains.  Getting colder and this is what Beaver Creek looked like last evening with more in the forecast. Hopefully we start out fast and furious when the mountain opens in just … Continue reading

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20 More Reasons to See a PT

Yesterday to help commemorate National PT month I listed 20 reasons to see a physical therapist. There are so many, I couldn’t fit them all in. So, here are 20 more. Your doctor told you should stop running because you … Continue reading

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20 Reasons To See A PT

    Its fall again here in the mountains. And that means one thing. October is National Physical Therapy Month. Most people have heard of PT’s, but many people think PT is just for rehabbing after surgery. Over the next … Continue reading

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