OSR Blog

My First Visit

Could your back pain be caused by a herniated disc? Here’s what to look for.

November 5th, 2019

Are you struggling with chronic back pain? Millions of people suffer from back pain, making it one of the primary reasons for disability and limited activity. There could be several causes of back pain including problems with muscles and ligaments, improper sleeping position, and injuries. Specific problems with the spine, which includes several vertebrae and

Read Full Post

Frustrated by your chronic joint pain? See how physical therapy can help relieve arthritis pain.

October 20th, 2019

Do your joints hurt all the time? You just may have chronic joint pain. Call OSR Physical Therapy today to schedule an appointment with one of our physical therapists. We’ll help alleviate your joint pain. What Is Chronic Joint Pain? Joint pain can occur in any part of the joint, including the muscles, tendons, bone,

Read Full Post

Constantly needing your pain meds refilled? Physical therapy can help you ditch the opioids!

October 10th, 2019

Chronic pain affects 50 million adults in America—that’s about 20 percent of us! You may be one of them if pain and dysfunction have been a part of your daily life for at least three months or more. At our physical therapy clinic, our experienced and friendly physical therapist staff is dedicated to helping you

Read Full Post

Do You Suffer From Frequent Headaches? Physical Therapy Can Help!

September 20th, 2019

Headaches have the potential to destroy your plans for the day and interfere with your ability to accomplish tasks. Frequent headaches are the most common form of pain in the U.S., reports the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, a division of the National Institutes of Health. In fact, nine out of 10 adults

Read Full Post

Do you sit at a desk most of the day? Here’s how to stay active during the 9-5!

September 10th, 2019

If we were the betting type, we’d guess most of the people reading this are sitting down right now. It’s not a wild stretch of the imagination—most Americans spend around 12 hours per day sitting. Unfortunately, this kind of excessive sedentary behavior has been linked with an increased risk for chronic disease and early death.

Read Full Post