OPTM Therapy | Lower Extremity
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Patellofemoral (PF) pain is a common problem affecting 25-34% of the population.  It is a very difficult condition for clinicians and affects both athletes and sedentary individuals.  There are various causes of patellofemoral pain:  1)  muscle and movement imbalances of the lower extremity; 2)  maltracking...

One of the goals of Physical Therapy Treatment is to restore dynamic control of joint motion.  Dynamic joint control is the ability to maintain optimal position of the joint surfaces during activities in order to protect intra-and extra-articular tissue. At OPTM the first treatment session is...

Our feet are like so many other essential items; you never notice them until something goes wrong. Annually, 50% of American men and women have significant foot pain from various causes.  45% of us report that our pain results from the shoes we wear.  Often,...

Ankle sprains account for approximately 35% of all sports injuries and cost 2 billion dollars annually to treat.  80% of those injured will have a recurrent sprain within 12 months and 40% will have persistent pain and instability. This persistent disability has been named chronic...