A Guide to Diastasis Rectus (Recti) Abdominis and How PT can Help Diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA) is a condition in which the 2 sides of the abdominal muscle separate, as the tissue connecting them stretches. This typically happens in women during and following pregnancy due to the stretching of the abdominal wall, as the uterus [...]
Did you know that if you or a loved one is on Medicare you are entitled to FREE Physical Therapy every year? Probably not, but you are. Every member of medicare is eligible to receive $1960 of combined Physical & Speech Therapy every year. This of course applies to cases of medical necessity. However, the [...]
October is such a significant month for many changes in the year. The leaves begin to change, the weather cools off, and we welcome a new season. If you ask our Physical Therapist Laura, she will tell you October is for prepping her family’s costumes and gearing up for a fun night of trick-or-treating with [...]
Meet your Therapist & Owner, Dr. Laura Sanner I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science and played club sports at the University of Pittsburgh (2004). My Doctor of Physical Therapy degree was then earned from the number one program in the nation, the University of Delaware (2006). I was born in Glen [...]
For shin splints there's no quick fix, so prevention is key! Ankle mechanics are an important factor in pain prevention, check out this week's #movemonday for some easy at home tips and exercises! Share or tag any runners you may know!