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Improve “quality of life” without medication: Conversations with the Providers

By Christopher Taylor, PT / September 30, 2020

The world we live in can be quick to offer medication as the first choice and “clear all” for many issues – from pain symptoms to depression and mental health, and even for diet-related conditions. What if there are other options? We want to explore what those other options are…

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Scar Release- How we use ASTYM and Physical Therapy to help release painful scars

By Rachel Suggs / August 31, 2020

Almost everyone has some sort of scar, whether it be from an injury, accident, or a silly mishap. Did you know that for those greater injuries or after surgery, the body can also scar internally?

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How is ‘Direct Primary Care’ disrupting the healthcare system?

By Christopher Taylor, PT / July 6, 2020

‘Concierge’ medicine is not a new thing in the healthcare world. But, the premium experience of concierge medicine being applied to the primary care model has only recently become accessible to a wider audience as direct primary care.

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How Gardening Impacted me During Quarantine [3 Tips to Make Your Gardening Endeavors Pain Free]

By Amanda Roach, MPT / May 11, 2020

I have always enjoyed being outside and have often found a little yard work to be a great way to get some exercise on the weekend. My yard work, however, was always limited to just that, a quick weekend project. Now that quarantine and pandemic are part of my daily…

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COVID-19: A Pain in the Neck (Tips for how to manage your headaches, neck, and shoulder pain.)

By Emerson Talbott, DPT / May 11, 2020

These are trying times for all of us, let’s face it. Even more challenging is the total lack of physical exercise that we are ALL suffering from. Personally, I went from exercising over an hour every day to being proud of myself for getting up and going to the fridge. What a change. Unfortunately, with increased sedentary lifestyle changes tends to come increased levels of pain. Of these increased pain, neck pain can be some of the most common and severe issues that we can face.

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Vote for us – Best of WNC 2020

By Christopher Taylor, PT / April 16, 2020

For the last 7 years, we have been a winner in the Best of WNC poll. With your help, we can do it again! Vote for Amanda Roach, Physical Therapist, and support your Physio family during these strange times.  Want to get to know Amanda? We sat down with her and asked her 20 questions.…

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Are you in pain? Emerson is opening up his schedule.

By Christopher Taylor, PT / April 15, 2020

We are here for you. Emerson Talbott, DPT, is opening up his schedule starting on 4/20/2020 for those of you who are in pain and need our help. We are doing our best to provide care to those who need it most. So, give us a call to make an appointment, or send us…

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Physio has chosen to limit in-person visits temporarily*.

By Tabitha McDonald / April 2, 2020

April showers bring May flowers? March wasn’t what we expected. I’m sure that was the case for most everyone. We didn’t have March Madness or a candy count game. (The Physio team ate the entire 2 gallons of jelly beans. Sorry, not sorry. We’ve been stressed, ya’ll.) Physio has made the decision to…

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Foam Rolling: 101

By Tabitha McDonald / March 23, 2020

Hello, everyone! Below you will find our full Foam Rolling 101 workshop as well as some demonstrations, and the slides presented in the workshop. We will be hosting a live Q&A on our Facebook page Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 at 6:30 pm. We look forward to answering your questions about…

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Physio’s Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

By Christopher Taylor, PT / March 15, 2020

Effective Monday, March 23rd, we will be making the following important changes to our business: *We are still open!*We are focusing on 1:1 sessions and avoiding any group interaction, as well as keeping recommendations around proximity in mind. *Cleaning and sanitization continue to be a priority.*We are modifying our hours to the following – based on…

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