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Category: Physical Therapy


Comprehensive Shoulder Pain Treatment with Physical Therapy

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on April 17, 2019

Shoulder pain is, well, a pain – it impacts almost every movement you make. Your shoulder joint is necessary for countless activities in daily life and connected to numerous muscles, tendons, and bones. When something minor goes wrong, you definitely notice... Read More


The Benefits of Using Physical Therapy and Chiropractic in Tandem

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on January 23, 2019

You may already know just how beneficial physical therapy and chiropractic are, but did you know that, when they’re used in tandem, they can be even more effective?  By combining the techniques used by a physical therapist and chiropractor, you could... Read More


What Are the Best Alternatives to Your Fibromyalgia Treatment?

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on January 9, 2019

In America alone, around 4 million adults are plagued by fibromyalgia, which means it’s a top cause of chronic pain.  Sadly, it’s a condition often difficult to control and manage because of how hard it is to diagnose. Often, medication is... Read More


Why Choose Physical Therapy as Your Knee Pain Treatment in Shallotte?

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on August 1, 2018

At the heart of the everyday activities you do are your knees. So when you start to feel pain in either one or both of your knees, this can be life-limiting.  But it needn’t be for much longer.  Physical therapy is a... Read More


Reducing Fall Risk Starts with Physical Therapy

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on June 12, 2018

It's a fact that the older you get, the greater your risk of falling. There are numerous reasons why you become less balanced. Just as the risk of taking a stumble increases, you also risk greater injury when you do... Read More


How to Avoid Rotator Cuff Surgery with Physical Therapy

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on January 10, 2018

There is never a quick fix. It is more common than you think to do damage to your muscles. Whether you work outside, run around with your children, or put up the Christmas tree this year, you might be at... Read More


The Benefits of Seeking Physical Therapy After a Knee Replacement

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on November 9, 2017

When you undergo a total knee replacement (TKR), the rehabilitation and recovery process is imperative to getting you up on your feet and enjoying an active way of life. Having physical therapy can help you heal quickly, greatly improving your... Read More


Omega 3s and Inflammation

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on September 12, 2017

 American Association of Neurological Surgeons: High-Dose Omega-3 Oils used to Treat Non-Surgical Neck and Back Pain Doctors Guide, April 20, 2005 By Cameron Johnston  “Investigators at the University of Pittsburgh have treated chronic pain patients with high doses of omega-3... Read More


American College of Physicians issues guideline for treating nonradicular low back pain

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on July 26, 2017

Treatment recommendations include massage, acupuncture, spinal manipulation, tai chi, and yoga Philadelphia, February 14, 2017 — The American College of Physicians (ACP) recommends in an evidence-based clinical practice guideline published today in Annals of Internal Medicine that physicians and patients should treat acute or subacute... Read More


Warm up to gardening

Written By Coastal Integrative Health on June 1, 2017

Warm up to golf and gardening! Spring is a great time of year for two favorite coastal NC past-times, golf and gardening. Many of us have experienced the common start of season aches and pains associated with the start of the... Read More


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