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
Sitting is slowly Killing all of us Things just aren’t what they used to be in many ways. As a culture, we used to fill our days with standing, working on crops in our fields, gathering or hunting for our food then later came standing working in factories or mills. With modern advances such as computers, television and desk jobs, many of us sit for the majority of the day and recently we have discovered some staggering statistics. The average American now sits for 9.3 hours
It’s time to GET TREATMENT now Before the beginning of the year!1. Insurance Deductibles Are Usually Met by Now:Most patients don’t strategize in regards to their insurance deductibles. Most of us have met our deductibles or our max out of pocket making it a very good time of year to have things taken care of medically. So whether it’s a nagging physical ailment or another medical problem act now before the end of the year to save yourself some money.2.
MedCost Insurance Accepted In-Network at PHYSIO Physical Therapy and Wellness Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness Asheville is proud to announce that we are (and have been) a preferred provider for MedCost Insurance. We are one of the few Physical Therapy Providers in Asheville to offer services to those with MedCost Health Insurance. Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness is an In-Network Provider for anyone with MedCost that would like to use their insurance for Physical Therapy.Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness has been voted the Best Physical Therapy Clinic in Western
Spinal Manipulation for Neck Pain is a common and very successful treatment for pain and headaches. In fact, The Journal of Sports and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy recently published an article regarding spinal manipulations and neck pain. First off, what is a spinal manipulation? A manipulation is the same as an adjustment in which a high velocity and low amplitude force is applied to the spine often resulting in an audible “pop”. The article found that manipulations directed toward the