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  • 26thSep

    Drew Brees partners with Performance Health on “Safer Pain Relief” Campaign

    By Rehab

    Article printed in PT in Motion Magazine in September 2017 http://www.saferpainrelief.org/ To help inform Americans about nonprescription solutions for pain relief, Performance Health has partnered with NFL pro and current New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees on the company's "Safer

  • 14thSep

    Physical Therapy’s Scope of Practice Extends Beyond Aches and Pains

    By Rehab

    Physical Therapy’s Scope of Practice Extends Beyond Aches and Pains   Physical therapy is an obvious choice when you’ve sprained an ankle or developed tennis elbow, but what about when you need to boost your mood? Though highly skilled in methods that improve mobility and reduce pain

  • 7thSep

    Dry needling with electrical stimulation

    By Rehab

    Just as there is not one way to treat each patient, there are different practice methods to dry needling. Dry needling is treatment option during physical therapy that can expedite healing and alleviate pain.   We have several PTs that are certified in dry needling. Here's a short clip

  • 29thAug

    The Graston Technique

    By Rehab

    We wanted to refresh your memory on a soft tissue treatment technique called Graston. Our team at Rehab Dynamics utilizes the Graston Technique in conjunction with other manual therapy.   The Graston Technique was developed by amateur athlete David Graston. He was frustrated with his

  • 28thAug

    9 Things You Should Know About Pain (article from APTA)

    By Rehab

    9 Things You Should Know About Pain 1. Pain is output from the brain. While we used to believe that pain originated within the tissues of our body, we now understand that pain does not exist until the brain determines it does. The brain uses a virtual “road map” to direct an output of