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Cell Signaling Molecules: Supplement Your Health

2020-04-08T22:20:10-04:00April 8th, 2020|Injury Prevention, Cell Signaling Molecules|

At One on One Physical Therapy, we want to help empower your body to move well, live well, and stay well. Our treatment techniques enhance cellular repair and blood flow, and improve soft tissue and joint mobility, which are key components to healing. Products that contain cell signaling molecules may be implemented in your treatment plan to accelerate healing, reduce inflammation, stimulate cellular communication, and support immune function. Why Do Cells Breakdown? Your cells are breaking down whether you have [...]

Three Bladder Habits While Working From Home

2020-04-07T12:24:35-04:00April 2nd, 2020|Pelvic Floor|

Bladder Habits To Be Aware of While at Home Everyone’s schedules have drastically changed in the past few weeks. With all the dramatic changes, and high anxiety, you might not have noticed the subtle changes that are happening to your bladder. Being more aware of these habits, can drastically improve the function of your bladder and your quality of sleep.  Your bladder is one part of a finely tuned system that helps blood pressure, supports the immune system and regulates [...]

Home Arm Care for Baseball Pitchers

2020-04-07T12:11:10-04:00March 21st, 2020|Physical Therapy, Sports Medicine|

Unfortunately, the baseball season has been put on hold for high school and colleges around the country. But, baseball will be back! In the meantime, while we all stay home, it will be important for baseball pitchers and all fielders to keep their arms in good shape so that you’ll be ready when it is time to get back on the baseball field. Here, we discuss the demands that throwing places on the baseball pitcher's shoulder and provide a number [...]

Arm Injuries in Youth Baseball Pitchers

2020-04-07T12:11:32-04:00March 15th, 2020|Youth Sports|

Risk Factors for Arm Injuries in Youth Baseball Pitchers Baseball season is upon us, which means it’s time to break out the bat bags and dust off the cleats! Before our athletes hit the field, let’s review some statistics related to arm injuries in youth baseball and examine a few ways we can help keep our youth baseball pitchers on the mound. Prevalence of Arm Injury There is growing evidence that suggests that arm injuries are common in youth baseball [...]

Tennis Injuries and the Kinetic Chain

2020-04-07T12:00:14-04:00March 15th, 2020|Physical Therapy, Redcord Neurac, Injury Prevention, Sports Medicine, Tennis Medicine|

Tennis Injuries & The Kinetic Chain Do you have nagging or recurring injuries that seem to not go away? Tennis elbow, shoulder pain from Rotator Cuff Tendinitis or Impingement Syndrome, low back strains and hip pain are among the most common injuries in tennis players. Injuries can happen because you are training way too much, you are not preparing or recovering properly for tennis, or because you have weaknesses or “weak links” in your kinetic chain that cause undo stress [...]

Is My C-Section Scar Healing Well?

2020-04-07T12:15:15-04:00February 25th, 2020|Pelvic Floor|

Considerations After a C-Section & When to Get Help! The c-section scar is a specific type of scar that is very familiar to many American moms (statistically about 30%), yet it doesn’t get a lot of attention. Our c-section scars will continue to tighten and change over time, regardless of how old they are, and tight scars can create a whole host of problems. Some women with c-section scars can go for years without having any problems but will notice [...]

The Pelvic Floor & Hypermobility

2020-04-07T12:15:43-04:00February 20th, 2020|Pelvic Floor|

We all know of people in our lives who are “double jointed”. It’s a fun party trick for school aged kids, being able to bend arms and fingers in an unnatural way. But as we age, hypermobility, which is excessive movement in the joints, isn't so fun and can cause pain and dysfunction especially in the spine, hips, and pelvic floor. Hypermobility Hypermobility is often a genetic issue within the collagen of the connective tissue, otherwise known as fascia. The [...]

Misconceptions of Concussion

2020-04-07T12:13:25-04:00February 4th, 2020|Neuro Rehab, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Concussion|

Misconceptions of Concussion Over the last decade, there has been a surge in media coverage on concussions. Every major news network has aired a story on prevalence of concussion in children or the crippling effects of CTE Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) in former NFL players. However, after hearing and reading all the new stories, it is apparent that there is a lot of misinformation out there. I mean, A LOT. We hope this blog helps to clear up some common [...]

Scar Mobilization: What you need to know

2020-04-07T12:16:13-04:00January 26th, 2020|Women's Health, Pain Management|

The body is really a phenomenal system that has the unique ability to completely rebuild our tissues when we get injured, biologically stitching our wounds back together. It’s quite amazing! The special cells that lay down the collagen to create a scar do a fantastic job of closing the body off from the unforgiving world. The problem is that the collagen fibers don’t get laid down in a very organized fashion (think of a string of Christmas lights that mysteriously [...]

Postpartum 101 – Part 3

2020-04-07T12:16:42-04:00September 25th, 2019|Women's Health, Pelvic Floor|

Welcome back! We’ve spent the last two blogs introducing the mystical Postpartum period, specifically Diastasis Recti and Stress Urinary Incontinence. Today, we discuss two more issues that you maybe haven’t heard so much about, but that can occur and could cause pain and dysfunction down the line.  Number 3 → Dysfunctional Scar Following a c-section, there will be a scar across the suprapubic region. You can also tear or have an episiotomy during a vaginal birth, which would leave a [...]