Utilizing the Graston Technique in Physical Therapy

The primary objective of a physical therapist is to facilitate movement, alleviate pain, restore function, and prevent disability, as outlined by The Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy. While conventional methods like electrotherapy, ultrasound, and thermal modalities are commonly employed, the Graston Technique presents another valuable tool in the Continue Reading

Novel Research on Patients Undergoing Postoperative Rehabilitation After Complete Knee

Alexandria, VA, February 25, 2016 – An innovative investigation concludes that individuals undergoing total knee replacement (TKR) surgery and referred to a physical therapist (PT) unaffiliated with their surgeon’s practice receive fewer consultations and benefit from more tailored, one-on-one attention. Conversely, the study revealed that those who avail of physical Continue Reading