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ACL Reconstruction Review

ACL Reconstruction Review

What To Watch Out For During TreatmentACL reconstruction is surgery to replace a torn anterior cruciate ligament, a major ligament in your knee. ACL injuries most commonly occur during sports that involve sudden stops and changes in direction (Examples: basketball, soccer, football, and other field/contact sports.) In reconstruction, the torn ligament is removed and replaced withRead More…

Importance Of Performing Home Program

Importance Of Performing Home Program

A home exercise program is often given to a patient after one of their first few sessions. It consists of exercises that the physical therapist believes with help increase recovery and decrease pain, and is often updated every few sessions. Although it may seem unnecessary at first, performing your exercise program can be incredible beneficialRead More…

What To Expect With a Hip Replacement

What To Expect With a Hip Replacement

Rehabilitation after hip replacement is an essential step to recovery. Most patients undergo surgery because they are limited in activities they once enjoyed. Often times the pain that was present prior to surgery resolves quickly after surgery if proper steps are taken to recover. After surgery you may experience pain free mobility due to the jointRead More…

What To Expect With Total Knee Replacement

What To Expect With Total Knee Replacement

Knee Arthroplasty is commonly used when a patient cannot achieve pain relief from an unstable knee joint. This can be due to Osteoarthritis, which can make walking, climbing stairs, and getting up to move very painful. Many times this leads patients to participating in a total knee replacement. You’ll most certainly find yourself looking forRead More…

4 Ways to Prevent ACL Injuries

4 Ways to Prevent ACL Injuries

Protecting the ligaments in the knee are crucial for injury prevention. We use the knees daily to perform second nature movements such as walking, driving and bending. If any pain or injury occurs in this location of the body, simple daily functions become difficult to perform or complete. In this post, we will educate ourselves onRead More…

Back to CrossFit and Snowboarding After Surgery

Back to CrossFit and Snowboarding After Surgery

Deb’s Success Story: Stronger After Her SurgeryDeb needed Physical Therapy after undergoing surgery on her meniscus. She wasn’t getting the results she had hoped for- until she came to Iron Health. Deb is now stronger than before and she is back to doing the things she loves- snowboarding, Crossfit, and cardio workouts at the gym. Listen toRead More…

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