YES! Headaches are one of my favorite things to treat in fact. There are many types of headaches and many can benefit from PT intervention. The first type of headache that benefits from PT is called a cervicogenic headache. “Cervico” means neck and “genic” means stemming from. In this form of headache the joints in … Continue reading Can Physical Therapy Treat Headaches?
Fun fact about the jaw - between your jaw bone and your skull there is a small disc. This disc cushions movement at the joint and allows the joint to move smoothly. Most of the time when you hear or feel a click it is related to this disc. A good rule of thumb is … Continue reading What is that Clicking in my Jaw?
One place we want to be efficient and not just normal is when it comes to the function of our joints. As we age we lose the range of motion of our joints. This is accelerated by injury or by misuse/disuse. If this isn’t restored it can cause problems that are lifelong. Now let’s take … Continue reading Treating Our Joints Efficiently
Before I dive in I want to say that I owe a lot when it comes to this topic to my study with The Institute of Physical Art. I first heard this idea and these concepts in their classes so a lot of the credit for this idea goes to them. Something important to think … Continue reading Efficiency VS. Norms
Have your water skis ever caught fire? Have you been injured during your time in outer space? The ICD-10 has a code for that!
A lot of people ask why Synaptic doesn't accept insurances, and it’s a very fair question. Before I answer it I want to clarify a few very important things. I don’t dislike insurance nor do I think people shouldn’t have insurance. A principle tenant of Synaptic Therapy is caring for people. We ourselves have and … Continue reading Why Cash Based?
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Watch this space for upcoming posts about all things physical therapy. Making Connections will dive into connecting the mind & body to improve function and reach your goals, more about Dr. Pannone, and behind the scenes of a mobile physical therapy practice.