Moving Forward

Blog posts from Andersonville Physical Therapy

What is “Neutral” Joint Position and Why Is It Important?

When we talk about a joint being in a “neutral” position, we’re referring to the point in the midrange of the joint where there is the least amount of support…

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What is Good Posture?

By Patricia Staszak, PT We’ve all been told to stand up straight, throw back our shoulders, hold our head up high. My mother was always on my case about using…

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Exercise of the Month: Abdominal Prep

February 2010 This exercise works the trunk flexors, first using the deep stabilizing pelvic floor and abdominal muscles and then the obliques to pull the rib cage up off the…

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For Jan. 2010

New pilates sessions…specials…etc.

Treating Plantar Fasciitis with a Night Splint

Treating Plantar Fasciitis with a Night Splint The plantar fascia is a ligament full of fibers that runs along the bottom of the foot from the heel to the toes.…

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