Scars

by Erin Looney, DPT Scars can be both good and bad.  Scar tissue is good in that its formation is a crucial part of your body’s natural way of healing itself when the skin has been compromised.  However, scars can also be bad if excessive tissue restrictions develop.  These restrictions may lead to pain or…

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Shoulder Impingement

by Kelly Barrett, DPT Impingement is one of the most common diagnoses affecting the shoulder joint. We often hear this term, but what exactly is “shoulder impingement?”  The joint is made up of three bones called the humerus, the scapula and the clavicle. These bones serve as attachment sites for muscles of the rotator cuff.…

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