Moving Forward

Blog posts from Andersonville Physical Therapy

Vaccinated? Enjoy the beautiful Spring weather…. without a mask!!

  Spring of 2020 began one of the most difficult periods of time any of us have lived through. The global pandemic caused losses to people all over the world,…

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VIDEO: Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms, Stretches & Treatment

If you are experiencing symptoms of plantar fasciitis, physical therapy can help! Give us a call or request an appointment below, and we can call you.

Getting the Spring Back in Your Step!

The Chicago winter snuck up on us this year sending a full blast of cold weather and tons of snow our way this February!  The weather interfered with our outdoor…

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Pelvic Floor Health – Exercises to Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

Request an appointment to talk to a Physical Therapist who specializes in Pelvic Floor PT!

Pelvic Floor Health is For Everyone – it’s Not Just About Kegels

Pelvic floor conditions are rarely discussed openly in our society, which can leave many patients who suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction feeling alone dealing with their symptoms.  Searching the internet…

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The “Swiss Cheese” Approach to Managing the Coronavirus

Written by Pay Staszak We are heading into the cold and dark of winter with the virus surging across the county. All of us need to continue following coronavirus safety…

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Gyms & Yoga Studios that Offer Virtual Classes (Andersonville + Edgewater)

Winter is setting in and we may be in for a rough time with the recent coronavirus surge.  It is more important than ever to take care of ourselves.  A…

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Mothers’ congrats on your new baby! Exploring The Fourth Trimester and Physical Therapy!

Do not worry if you are a new mom or pregnant woman reading this title. Your pregnancy will end after the third trimester and you will finally meet your bundle…

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Reducing Opioid Use With Early Physical Therapy

New studies find patient education combined with physical therapy results in decreases in healthcare costs and opioid dependence. National surveys have found that chronic pain—defined as pain lasting longer than…

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Preventing Text Neck

Look around these days, and you’ll find people, young and old, mesmerized by smartphones and computer screens. It seems that everyone is spending time looking down and tapping away at…

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