With the cold winter weather coming around again, we can obviously expect to see some snow and ice in the coming weeks. If you are like me, you have had a “slippery” experience with winter weather before, but it is a time of the year that we can all overcome! Since winter can be as treacherous as it is beautiful, I wanted to share some tips to help you finish the season still intact. But first, a story! T’was the winter of 2017
Many years ago, I decided to get a part-time bartending job at a local brewery. I was looking to purchase my first home here in Asheville and like many Ashevillians know, the struggle is real. It’s expensive to live here! So I figured the extra income would be helpful. Little did I know how difficult and taxing my little part-time bartending job would be on my body. Luckily, the knowledge I have gained over the past
The results are in for the Mountain Xpress Best Of WNC 2016! PHYSIO is proud to announce: Lee Plamann, Physical Therapist at Physio voted Best of WNC! Congratulations to Lee Plamann, PT, DPT for being voted a Best of WNC Winner for Physical Therapist and to PHYSIO Physical Therapy and Wellness Asheville for being voted Best Physical Therapy Practice in Western North Carolina for the 4th year in a row! The Physio team would like to thank everyone for their support
Lee Plamann, PT, DPT Physical Therapist Please welcome our newest addition to the team, Lee Plamann, Physical Therapist. Lee joins the Physio Team with tons of amazing experience working with tendon, joint, muscle and nerve pain. He loves working with his hands and getting his clients the results they want, quickly. Some of his special interests include Astym, Joint Mobilization/Manipulation and helping those suffering from pain, injury or weakness. What does Lee like most about working at PHYSIO Physical Therapy and Wellness? PHYSIO Physical Therapy is truly a unique clinic in
Physical therapy as good as surgery and less risky for one type of lower back pain One type of lower back pain, called lumbar spinal stenosis, is sometimes treated with surgery. But physical therapy works just as well, and comes with fewer unwanted complications — some of them life-threatening — than surgery, according to a study published recently in Annals of Internal Medicine. Stenosis means narrowing. In lumbar spinal stenosis, the space inside the lowest part of the spinal canal has narrowed.