Could A Herniated Disc Be The Underlying Cause of Your Back Pain? Physical Therapy Can Help

March 10th, 2020

Have you ever felt the sensation that an electric shock is going from your lower back to your legs? Ever experience weakness in your muscles or numbness in your arms and legs? If you’ve answered yes to either of those questions, it’s time to schedule your consultation with our office at OSR Physical Therapy to

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How Can Physical Therapy Relieve Your Chronic Back Pain?

February 20th, 2020

After dealing with Chronic back pain for years, many people consider costly surgeries or addictive pain medication to deal with the problem. But did you know that surgery and opioids aren’t the only options available to people suffering from this condition? If you’ve been dealing with chronic back pain and are thinking about surgery to

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Lower Back Pain

Tired of Lower Back Pain? Here’s What To Do:

September 20th, 2018

Lower back pain is the nemesis of many. That familiar ache can limit time spent working, relaxing, and enjoying life. It can lead to irritability and a whole host of other health problems. And, yet, it’s surprisingly common. The World Health Organization estimates that in the United States, 149 million days of work are lost

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Lower Back Pain

Without Intervention, Your Lower Back Pain Could Be Here to Stay

June 10th, 2018

Ask any physical therapist, and you’ll get confirmation that lower back pain is the most frequent complaint they’re asked to treat. Often, back strain goes away on their own, especially with the classic “RICE” treatment. But when rest, ice, compression and elevation just can’t cut the pain, physical therapy is often your most reliable path

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Neck Pain and Headaches

Neck Pain and Headaches from Stress

March 20th, 2018

Stress is nothing more than our reaction to a provocation that upsets our physical and/or mental equilibrium. Therefore, stress is an inevitable part of life. Nevertheless, when we are faced with stress, our “fight or flight” response can be triggered; this causes the production of hormones including adrenaline and cortisol to increase and rush through

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