Voted “3 Best Physical Therapist In Glendale, Az”

Best PT

I never had a goal to be rated one of the best physical therapists in Glendale Arizona. I have always found the criterion and standards to be voted “the Best” of anything to be narrow scope. Everyone has their own criteria. It was my goal to be one of the most compassionate. Again, I’m not…

Continue Reading →

Why Sciatica Causes Pain Down the Back of Your Leg?

We’ve been seeing lots of patients at Preferred Physical Therapy with extreme back pain caused by sciatica, with pain shooting down the back of their legs. Check out this new low back pain program that you can complete from the comfort of your own home. Low Back Pain Elimination Course. Do you get shooting pain…

Continue Reading →

Have Neck Pain? Tips to Help Loosen A Stiff Neck

Stiff Neck

Are you experiencing neck pain and looking for tips to help loosen a stiff neck? People are doing a lot of different things now post-pandemic, bringing new aches and pains. We’ve been talking to patients in the clinic that have been experiencing new pains from… Playing with kids all day, picking them up more frequently,…

Continue Reading →

Sitting For Long Periods Of Time Is Affecting Your Body

Neck Pain

Sitting too much can be bad for you and most of us do feel a little guilty after a long tv binge, but what I wanted to do was to give you a little insight into “What exactly goes wrong in our bodies when we sit down for long periods of time?” The best way…

Continue Reading →

What Causes a Pinched Nerve and How To Treat It

Pinched Nerve

Learn how your neck or shoulder pain may be due to a pinched nerve and what you can do about the pain. One of the things that we get a lot of questions about is this pinched nerve diagnosis. A lot of folks come in with pain in their neck or down their shoulder blades…

Continue Reading →

Achilles Tendonitis? Why You Can’t IGNORE it and 3 Things You Can do to Avoid a Tear

Achilles

The Achilles tendon is a specialized material located at the back of the leg. It connects your calf muscle to your heel and is a visible cord just behind the ankle. It is largely responsible for our speed and power through the legs. Achilles tendonitis is a common injury among mid-’30s to mid-50-year-old athletes. When…

Continue Reading →

Why Should I Be Walking? Top Tips on How to Walk Without Causing Injuries to Your Calves and Achilles

Walking

Walking is one of the most overlooked forms of exercise. It’s simple, free, and one of the best ways to get more active and lose weight without too much effort. With the weather improving and restrictions easing, more and more people are out walking. So we’ve created a list of top tips to help protect…

Continue Reading →

Heel Pain When Walking? Top 3 Areas You Should Check and Why

Heel Pain

Heel pain is so debilitating because every step serves as a constant reminder. We rely on healthy feet to get around the house, get to work, exercise, and play with our kids. But when all of that is painful we may get depressed, irritable with our kids, and can even gain weight because we can’t…

Continue Reading →

Knee Arthroscope Vs Conservative Care

Knee Arthroscope

We accept the marriage between art and science in medicine. An “art” because some people are wonderfully talented in the way they deliver medicine and a “science” because we can test those ways repeatedly across many populations of people over time to prove what is effective. This method advances medicine repeatedly! By helping people know…

Continue Reading →

3 Most Common Reasons Your Knees Hurt

Knee Pain

Spring is officially here and it’s around this time that a lot of folks who set out to start running or exercising again at the New Year are starting to complain of knee pain. If you’re over the age of 40 – one of the most common questions I get is… Is running bad for…

Continue Reading →

Page 1 of 18