What is Physical Therapy?

Physical Therapy helps people get back full strength and movement in key parts of the body after an illness or injury. Physical therapy doesn’t just help a person rebuild strength and range of motion, though — it also can help someone manage pain, whether that pain is caused by bad posture, an injury, or a disease like arthritis. When done properly and consistently, physical therapy can help prevent permanent damage and recurring problems.
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Spondylosis early symptoms, Physical Therapy treatments

Spondylosis refers to degeneration of the spine. Most often, the term spondylosis is used to describe osteoarthritis of the spine, but it is also commonly used to describe any manner of spinal degeneration. Symptoms of spondylosis can include:

Localized pain in the area of back or neck. Pain may shoot up to the limb if a herniated disc causes the pinched nerve. A large disc herniation in the region of the lumbar spine may cause nerve compression and pain that starts in the low back and travels down the leg into the foot. This is called sciatica.
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Joint Pains, Prevention & Physical Therapy Treatments

Over 60% of people in US experience joint pains. It may be a resultant symptom of many conditions like arthritis, sprains or accidents. For people with joint pain, stiffness and arthritis, physical therapy can be a crucial part of symptom management. In physical therapy you will learn different ways to exercise so that it will help you maintain your good range of motion and flexibility.

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