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Dr. Scott Gray is an internationally recognized and expert physical therapist specializing in sport, athletic, and back and neck injuries. He is the inventor of a revolutionary form of treatment called the GRAY METHOD. This type of treatment unlike others, addresses the CAUSE rather than just your SYMPTOMS with a full body approach. For more information on how to ease or overcome your injury, go to www.backinmotionsspt.com.
28 05, 2019

How Physical Therapy Can Help You Overcome Your Pain, Stiffness, & Injuries

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Overview If you’ve heard of physical therapy but unsure what it is, the conditions it helps with, or how you can get started seeing a physical therapist, this article will provide all the information you need. Conditions Physical Therapy Helps With: Lower Back Pain & Spinal Disorders Suffering with back pain? A herniated disc? Spinal stenosis? A lower back strain? A physical therapist can help. Neck Pain Is your neck stiff? Have pain when rotating or turning it? Seeing a physical therapist may be one of the best things you can do. Gait & Balance Disorders Having trouble balancing or walking properly? A physical therapist can help you walk more efficiently and [...]

21 11, 2017

How to Prevent Running Injuries (Part 1)

By |November 21st, 2017|

Introduction to Running Injuries Running injuries and ailments are common place in those that love to stay fit, active, and run. Unfortunately, it doesn't necessarily have to be this way.... Some injuries may not be preventable but a good majority of them can be prevented with a sound training program and applying some of the content within these next few posts. Over the next few blogs, were going to disclose 3 things that most runners can and should work on to prevent running injuries. The three things that most runners need to work on include: Strengthening your glutes Increase the mobility of your ankle and proper shoe wear and.... Stretching your hips [...]

23 10, 2017

5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Neck Pain

By |October 23rd, 2017|

We currently spend an estimated $30 BILLION on neck pain in the US alone each year. Needless to say, it is quite prevalent and you are not alone. Although the cause of neck pain varies from person-to-person, here are 5 proven and easy ways to reduce your neck pain without painkillers or surgery. 1) Stop Sitting As Much When we sit, our neck gets put into a forward position. When the neck is forward, it creates increase strain on the neck muscles behind the back of the head. These muscles, in essence, are trying to hold the head up but overtime results in neck pain because they are working overtime. 2) Move [...]

23 10, 2017

What Is Sciatica?

By |October 23rd, 2017|

What is Sciatica and What You Can Do About It: Have you ever wondered what is sciatica? How it comes about? And... what you can do about it? Well you don't need to look any futher because below you can find everything you need to know about sciatica. Sciatica is short for irritation of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve runs down the back part of the leg and is often inflamed, irritated, or entrapped secondary to muscle tightness. To ensure you really have sciatica you need to discern this from lower back pathology such as a herniated disc or even stenosis. Your treatment will be dependent on this difference. Some of [...]

23 10, 2017

Plantar Fascitis- Pain At The Bottom Of Your Foot

By |October 23rd, 2017|

Plantar Fasciitis- Annoying & Achy Foot Pain Plantar Fasciitis- The annoying pain at the bottom of the foot… Plantar fasciitis is a common injury affecting athletes, those that love to stay active, and professionals that are on their feet all the time. It is often very painful and usually progresses slowly to the point that walking is very painful. Plantar fascitis causes pain across the sole of the foot, typically by the heel. In this article, you will learn what plantar fasciitis is, why it occurs, and what you can do about it. What is Plantar Fasciitis The plantar fascia is a thick tissue that lies on the bottom of the foot. [...]