Aldo Adachi, Author at PT Effect

How Everyday Activities Can Cause Shoulder and Neck Pain (And What to Do About It)

How Everyday Activities Can Cause Shoulder and Neck Pain (And What to Do About It)

November 30, 2022

Neck and shoulder pain are common ailments and are often due to things that you do every day. Let’s take a look at what may be causing your recurring neck and shoulder pain. Potential Causes of Neck and Shoulder Pain You may be doing one or more things that are causing you to experience neck …

Symptoms and Treatment of TMJ

Symptoms and Treatment of TMJ

November 7, 2022

It can be difficult to determine exactly what causes TMJ syndrome. For some, it’s genetics. For others, it’s arthritis. It can even be a jaw injury. Regardless of the cause, most people who suffer from TMJ disorders are able to manage the condition with nonsurgical treatments and care that can be self-managed. Although surgery can …

How Can Physical Therapy Help to Reduce Back Pain?

How Can Physical Therapy Help to Reduce Back Pain?

October 24, 2022

Back pain is an incredibly common medical complaint. Up to 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. For some, this pain is temporary and heals on its own. For others, however, it’s more severe or longer-lasting. This type of back pain may require medical treatment, such as pain medication …

Therapy Better than Pills at Eliminating Chronic Pain

Therapy Better than Pills at Eliminating Chronic Pain

October 17, 2022

Chronic pain is an unfortunately common condition. Up to one in five Americans suffer from it. It’s such a problem that it has cost the United States more than $600 billion, which has gone toward treatments, lost work, and dealing with an opioid epidemic caused by millions of people becoming addicted to opioid medications prescribed …

Your Guide to Sports Injury Recovery

Your Guide to Sports Injury Recovery

October 3, 2022

Prevention is always the best route when dealing with sports injuries. However, if you’re already experiencing a sports injury, this isn’t an option. Following rehabilitation measures, practicing safe self-treatment, and seeking help from a doctor and physical therapist are your best options for a quick, safe, and complete sports injury recovery. We break down the …

Tips to Prevent Neck Pain

Tips to Prevent Neck Pain

September 26, 2022

Neck pain is a common ailment afflicting millions of people across the country. Most people have probably suffered from neck pain at least once in their lives. It can be caused by poor posture, health conditions such as osteoarthritis, stress, physical strain, and more. Fortunately, there are tips you can follow to prevent neck pain …

How to Prevent Lower Back Pain

How to Prevent Lower Back Pain

August 29, 2022

Lower back pain is one of the most common types of pain that people experience. Millions of people report lower back pain at any given point in time. It can range from mild to severe and even interfere with your ability to perform everyday tasks. Fortunately, there are some methods you can use to help …

How Physical Therapy Can Help Ease Neck Pain

How Physical Therapy Can Help Ease Neck Pain

August 22, 2022

The number of people who have chronic neck pain has increased by millions in the past few decades. Common treatments for neck pain, especially if it’s chronic, include medication as well as physical therapy. Physical therapy is possibly the most common treatment for neck pain. But how, exactly, does it help? What Are the Goals …

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