How do we approach knee pain, based on a Postural Restoration understanding of the knee? We are talking here about a gradual development of knee pain that now demands your attention, not an identifiable sport injury or accident. Your knee hurts when you walk, squat, climb stairs, run, whatever. In addition to examining the knee… Continue Reading →
Michael is a science teacher and has a very inquisitive mind. The other day he wondered why there is a ‘d’ missing in our name. We should be ‘Advanced Physical Therapy’. He has been coming for a while and readily admits that we really are advanced in comparison to other places, on a higher level… Continue Reading →
These Recommendations are reproduced from the website of the Postural Restoration Institute to celebrate springtime Lori Thomsen, PT, PRC Hruska Clinic – Restorative Physical Therapy Services 1. Keep your hamstrings strong, especially on the left. (4 & 5) 2. Avoid overstretching your hamstrings (90o straight leg raise at the hip with the knee straight). Have… Continue Reading →
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In 20 or 30, maybe 50 years Physical Therapy will be Postural Restoration. The more traditional techniques will not disappear, but they will have to adapt to the basic insights of Postural Restoration. I can say this easily because I am not a physical therapist and certainly not a Postural Restorationist. I don’t know all… Continue Reading →