Category: Georgialina Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

The Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Physical Therapy

December 15th, 2020

According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, approximately 100 million Americans live with chronic pain. So, if you are living with chronic pain, or pain lasting three months or longer, you are not alone.  Unfortunately, that also means that the dependency on prescription medications is continuously growing. In the year 2013, doctors across the

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Therapeutic Massage

Looking to Enhance Your Physical Performance? Try Therapeutic Massage!

December 5th, 2020

If you are an athlete, you know the dedication that comes with it. Whether you’re preparing for an important game, competition, recital, or marathon, it’s no secret that the training is extensive. Because of this, it is likely that you will be faced with some sort of roadblock along the way, due to sore or

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Wave Goodbye to Shoulder Pains With the Help of Physical Therapy

Wave Goodbye to Shoulder Pain With the Help of Physical Therapy

November 15th, 2020

Did you know that your shoulders are your most flexible and movable joints? They are extremely complex, comprised of multiple muscles, tendons, and bones. They are what provide you with the mobility you need to perform many of your tasks throughout the day. Your shoulders are capable of a lot – but they are also

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Back and Neck Pains

Find Natural Relief for Your Back and Neck Pains

November 5th, 2020

There are many reasons why one may develop back or neck pain. Back and neck pain may range from mild to severe, and you may experience accompanying symptoms. Luckily, physical therapy can help relieve back and neck pain, and help you get back to living your normal, pain-free life. Neck pain is most commonly caused

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Proper Posture

Practice Proper Posture with PT Treatments Today!

October 15th, 2020

It is common for back pain to develop as a result of poor posture. If your posture is not correct, it can cause stress on other parts of your body, resulting in pain, inflammation, or dysfunction. Fortunately, posture can be improved with the help of physical therapy.  According to a longitudinal study, approximately 3% of

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