Prenatal Education and Hernia and Incontinence Prevention

by lakecountrypt, January 31, 2018

If you are a pregnant woman or a woman who wants to be pregnant in the future, there are several actions you can take in order to make the most of your pregnancy. Taking the right steps to facilitate your pregnancy will be beneficial to the health of both you and your child. At Lake … Continue reading “Prenatal Education and Hernia and Incontinence Prevention”

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Snow Safety

by lakecountrypt, January 22, 2018

With all of the snow as of late, and probably more to come, it is important to read how to stay safe in the show. At Lake Country Physical Therapy and Sportscare, our physical therapist in Canandaigua wants you to have a safe and happy winter, as this time of year can be rough for … Continue reading “Snow Safety”

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction – How To Reduce It

by lakecountrypt, January 12, 2018

Are you experiencing constant pain in your pelvic or genital region? Do you often feel the need to make bowel movements or urinate, but have difficulty or pain while doing so? If these apply to you, you might be suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction or PFD. If you are looking for a physical therapist in … Continue reading “Pelvic Floor Dysfunction – How To Reduce It”

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Common Winter Injuries

by lakecountrypt, December 21, 2017

With the winter underway, many of you may be planning a ski trip this season. But before you hit those slopes, it is important to read about common winter sports injuries and to find out how you can prevent this. At Lake Country Physical Therapy and Sportscare, our physical therapist in Canandaigua want you to … Continue reading “Common Winter Injuries”

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Preventing Injuries Associated with a Sedentary Lifestyle

by lakecountrypt, December 6, 2017

Preventing Injuries Associated with a Sedentary Lifestyle If you work a  9 – 5 office job, you probably know that sitting in an office chair all day can cause serious back pain. At some point or another, we all come to a day when we are sitting for a long period of time and end … Continue reading “Preventing Injuries Associated with a Sedentary Lifestyle”

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Let’s Stay Safe This Holiday Season

by lakecountrypt, November 30, 2017

The holidays can be both a fun and stressful time for everybody involved. Many injuries and accidents happen during the holidays, whether it be from cooking big holiday dinners, hanging up decorations, the colder weather, or sometimes even just stress. With all of these factors involved, it is important to stay safe and healthy. If … Continue reading “Let’s Stay Safe This Holiday Season”

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PRRT

by lakecountrypt, November 21, 2017

If you are looking for a physical therapist who is trained in peptide receptor radionuclide therapy, Zoe Fackelman at Lake Country Physical Therapy and Sportscare, PC is there for you. Peptide receptor radionuclide therapy, or PRRT, is a molecular therapy used to treat neuroendocrine carcinoma, a type of cancer. Neuroendocrine tumors begin in the hormone-producing … Continue reading “PRRT”

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What is frozen shoulder and how physical therapy can help?

by lakecountrypt, November 8, 2017

  Causes and Symptoms Also known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder is a condition that is characterized by recurrent stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. This usually occurs when recovering from an injury or surgery that prevents any movement from the arm. The stages of frozen shoulder develop slowly and usually in three stages. … Continue reading “What is frozen shoulder and how physical therapy can help?”

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National Physical Therapy Month

by lakecountrypt, October 20, 2017

National Physical Therapy Month October is National Physical Therapy Month! Here at Lake Country Physical Therapy, we want to celebrate by providing you with all the benefits physical therapy has to offer.  As you know, physical therapy focuses on pain relief, injury prevention, and physical fitness.  The goal is to help the patient perform everyday … Continue reading “National Physical Therapy Month”

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How physical therapy in Canandaigua can treat your TMJ

by lakecountrypt, October 6, 2017

The Temporomandibular Joint connects the jaw to the skull. Those with TMJ may experience discomfort in the jaw area. TMJ is usually caused as a result of arthritis, jaw injury, or grinding your teeth.The symptoms of TMJ are: Pain in the jaw, face, or ear Headache Earache Pressure behind eyes Clicking or popping when opening … Continue reading “How physical therapy in Canandaigua can treat your TMJ”

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