B2PT Blog

January
13

Nutrition and Brain Health

Most of us know that our food plays a role in how our physical bodies function. But, did you know that the foods you eat can have a direct impact on how your brain works? We as PTs are in a unique position to discuss nutrition and its effects with our patients. Our patients can […]

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January
11

Diagnosis and Treatment of Patellofemoral Pain

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is one of the most common issues when dealing with moderately active patients with general complaints of knee pain. Diagnosis and treatment of PFPS can be difficult at times, as it can be clouded by other comorbidities, unclear imaging findings, and patient beliefs regarding the need for injections or surgical intervention […]

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January
10

Meditating with Purpose

Every time you come to a cross road, whether small or large, an internal voice appears that guides you in a certain direction. Sometimes, particularly in larger decisions, you become aware of this internal voice. What you probably are not aware of is that this internal voice filters the way you see the world and […]

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January
06

Concussion Recovery

I always like when I get a chance to build my library of articles, posts, and other informative material that I can share with patients who are interested in learning more about a diagnosis they or their loved ones are dealing with. From studies about the correlation of low back imaging findings to low back […]

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January
06

rEMOM – Rehab Every Minute On the Minute

One of the worst feelings as a practitioner is when I feel that I haven’t done my job and pushed my patients hard enough during their treatment sessions. Typically, when I feel this way, it is because of feeling trapped by whatever pains, limitations, or exercise tolerance limitations that my patients present with. Sometimes I […]

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January
03

Some Ideas on Scapular Dyskinesia and Upper Trapezius Dominance

With the GH joint being one of the most mobile joints in the body, there is a lot of room for error. This joint is formed by the humerus and the glenoid cavity of the scapula. While a lot of emphasis is placed on the movements of the humerus and rotator cuff strength, sometimes the […]

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January
02

Why the Healthcare Model Has to Change

Saving time while taking your health back into your own hands. It is becoming blatantly obvious amongst our generation that the current healthcare model in the United States is broken. Exploring the trend of overspending and under-serving becomes a discussion that pushes past the confines of political agendas and our government’s capabilities. While the majority […]

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