Running and jogging are classic cardio exercises that can be done outdoors or on a treadmill. They effectively boost heart rate and burn calories.
Difficulty moving a joint through its full range of motion can indicate an underlying issue that a physical therapist can address.
If you've recently experienced an injury, such as a sprain, strain, or fracture, a physical therapist can help with rehabilitation to ensure proper healing.
Frequent falls, dizziness, or problems with balance may suggest issues with your musculoskeletal or nervous system that a physical therapist.
After surgery, physical therapy is often recommended to aid in the recovery process, regain strength, and restore function.
Recurrent headaches or migraines could be related to muscle tension or poor posture, and a physical therapist can help identify and address contributing factors.
If you're experiencing pain, stiffness, or difficulty walking, a physical therapist can assess your gait and address any biomechanical issues.
Persistent muscle weakness, especially if it affects your ability to perform daily activities, may indicate a need for targeted strengthening exercises.
Chronic neck or back pain can be debilitating and may be caused by poor posture, muscle imbalances, or other factors that a physical therapist can address.
If you participate in sports and experience injuries or want to prevent them, a physical therapist.
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