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Direct Access to Physical Therapy

Direct Access to Physical Therapy Direct access to physical therapy means that patients can see a physical therapist without a… | Read the full article »

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Weight Bearing Status

What Is Weight Bearing Status? Weight bearing status (WB) is the amount of weight that can safely be placed on… | Read the full article »

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Careers for Athletic Trainers

An Athletic Training Career is More Than Just a Job We are so proud of our Certified Athletic Trainers at… | Read the full article »

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Microcurrent Point Stimulation

What is Microcurrent Point Stimulation? MPS stands for Microcurrent Point Stimulation; it is a direct current electrical stimulation treatment for… | Read the full article »

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TKA Recovery

Total Knee Arthroplasty Recovery  TKA Recovery can be worrisome for some. However, by better understanding TKA Recovery one can ease… | Read the full article »

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Baker’s Cyst

A Baker’s Cyst, also known as a popliteal cyst, is a fluid-filled cyst that develops in the back of the… | Read the full article »

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Dix Hallpike Test

What is the Dix Hallpike Test?  This is a test performed in physical therapy to evaluate a person for vertigo. … | Read the full article »

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Why Does My Kneecap Hurt?

Patello-Femoral Syndrome or Knee-Cap Pain By Robert D. Lim, PTA Chondromalacia Chondromalacia, technically termed chondromalacia patellae, is the most common… | Read the full article »

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When To Use Ice or Heat?

 When Should I use Ice or Heat for an Injury?  Therapists and athletic trainers are asked this question constantly when… | Read the full article »

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JOI Rehab Clinicians

JOI Rehab Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute currently has 12 rehabilitation centers conveniently located throughout Northeast Florida. At these 12 locations, we… | Read the full article »

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