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Think about pain.  Can you imagine it?  Maybe it’s in your back or your shoulder.  Maybe it started a couple days ago and hasn’t quite let up yet…  Think about how you deal with it. You are sure it will go away, right?  Now think about feeling pain every day. Pain that doesn’t go away. Think about feeling pain that has no rhyme or reason and no hope of leaving you.  How would you handle that? If you are anything like me, the answer is messy...
Posted on 2018-09-18
Yearly Physical Therapy Visits are Just as Important as Annual Cholesterol TestsYou know the drill: During your typical annual visit, your primary care physician will order a cholesterol test. Combined with an assessment of health measures such as diet and exercise, the results of the cholesterol test will provide your physician with the information she needs to make a recommendation. If the results are positive, you might hear: “You’re doing great, keep doing what you’ve been ...
Posted on 2018-09-14
As I looked at myself in the mirror, I thought of the long road that led me to this day. I was about to leave for my high school’s sports banquet to receive an All-State Softball Award for a season that I played while recuperating from an injury that left me unable to use my wrist. All season, I had played with a restricting brace with a metal bar in it that kept the wrist of my throwing arm in a neutral position, making it difficult to throw accurately and impossible to swing a bat. I spe...
Posted on 2018-08-15
Study: Direct Consumer Access to Physical Therapists Associated with Lower Costs and Fewer Visits A new study suggests that "the role of the physician gatekeeper in regard to physical therapy may be unnecessary in many cases," and that direct consumer access to physical therapists is associated with lower costs. The new study provides further evidence to support direct access to physical therapists.  The researchers found that:   The average allowable amount for physical ther...
Posted on 2018-08-03
This is the second of two articles on common injuries for disc golfers. To read part one, please follow the link here. Again, disc golf is not a dangerous sport, but as with any sports activity, there are some risks to be aware of.  It is less likely to be the cause of injuries than other high-level sports because disc golf is a non-contact sport, requires less than max effort on each attempt, and it is not an endurance sport. However, because of the variability between courses and terrain,...
Posted on 2018-07-09
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"At Judice Sports and Rehab, I had a thorough evaluation, and was treated by the physical therapist/owner, Gregory Judice. He spent a full hour with me, one-on-one, and made an individualized plan of care. His hands-on method of treatment was tailor-made for me to improve my shoulder motion, without causing more pain. I had measurable improvement even after one visit!" -Denise

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