In the field of healthcare, there are various therapeutic approaches aimed at improving an individual’s physical well-being and overall quality of life. Two commonly used methods are physical therapy and occupational therapy. While both therapies share the goal of enhancing an individual’s functional abilities, they differ in their focus and approach.
The American Academy of Pain Medicine reports that almost 100 million Americans live with some form of chronic pain. If you have pain that has lasted three months or more or you are living with chronic pain, you are one among such patients who can benefit from physical therapy in Las Vegas.
Staying healthy in the New Year is less about making lofty resolutions and more about focusing on leading a more active lifestyle. On average an adult needs at least 150 minutes of basic aerobic activity each week.
Brisk walking or cycling every day combined with strength exercises at least a couple of days each week can …Continue Reading »
Many Las Vegas locals indulge in winter sports during wintertime. However, thousands of people throughout the U.S are treated at ERs and doctors’ clinics for skiing, ice-skating, snowboarding and other sports-related injuries. At Advanced Manual Therapy in Las Vegas we always stress the safety aspect in sports. There are certain steps you can take to reduce the …Continue Reading »
Since the time it started being noticed on the bodies of many professional sportspersons and Olympic athletes, there has been a buzz created around Kinesio Tape. When clients come to us at Advanced Manual Therapy Institute for treatment, many want to know whether this tape is all it’s made out to be. They want to know …Continue Reading »
Occupational therapy can help individuals of all ages participate in activities they need to and want to do by the therapeutic use of day-to-day activities. This form of physical therapy focuses on maximization of performance and function. It helps people live more productive and satisfying lives. Expert, certified and highly-trained professionals at the Advanced Manual …Continue Reading »
Dry needling is a special technique that physical therapists use for the treatment of movement impairments and pain. In this technique, a medication and injection-free needle is inserted into targeted areas of the muscles through the skin. Dry needling is also referred to as intramuscular manual therapy and trigger-point dry needling. We at the Advanced …Continue Reading »
Rehabilitation is a vital aspect on the path to recovering from a surgery or an injury. The right treatment and therapies will help you get to a point where you are able to carry out all your activities as usual. You will find that there are a large number of people claiming they have vast …Continue Reading »
Businesses that require their employees to work in standard office settings need to ensure that the workplace is safe and comfortable. Modern office spaces that are brightly lit and have the latest décor may not seem illness-inducing. However, at a Physical Therapy Institute in Las Vegas, we treat many clients suffering from chronic lower back …Continue Reading »
There are a number of therapy trends that surface and many that fade over time. Some make their mark and are effective in alleviating a range of physical health concerns. Cupping therapy is one of them. This can be looked upon as the inverse of a regular massage.