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Lucas Theys, PT, DPT Doctor of Physical Therapy How long have you been sitting today? Sitting to eat your meals, sitting at your desk at work, sitting in your car throughout the day - it all adds up. Research has shown that sitting less is important to...

Kate Hosking, PT, DPT, OCS Doctor of Physical Therapy It is estimated that between 2 to 7 individuals per 1000 in the general population will sustain an ankle sprain each year, resulting in 1.2 million health care-related visits annually. 40% of ankle sprains are sports-related injuries and...

  RUNNING INJURY EVALUATION PHYSICAL THERAPY | SPORTS REHAB Over 56% of runners experience an injury each year that threatens their ability to run. 90% of runners who train for marathons and races will experience an injury while training.   We help runners and athletes overcome injuries and create a personalized plan...

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common form of joint disease affecting the neck, back, hands, hips, knees, and other areas. It is often a progressive disease: initial pain can lead to worsening symptoms with time.  Risk factors include: gender (women are more likely to get knee...

  By: Paul Stefanac, PT, DPT | Doctor of Physical Therapy | UP Rehab Services | Kingsford   When the foot hits the ground and the ground hits back, making sure the body manages forces in a healthy way is important for efficiency and injury prevention. Cadence, or step-rate, is...

LUCAS THEYS, PT, DPT | UP HEALTH SYSTEM REHAB SERVICES   Achilles tendinopathy is a common overuse injury to the foot and ankle in sports. Most individuals with this condition tend to complain of a gradual onset of pain overall with Achilles pain and stiffness after a period...