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Rotator Cuff

Rotator Cuff Repair is a surgical repair of 1 or multiple tendons that connect at the shoulder. Usually a tear is a result of an injury, over use or degeneration of muscle tendon(s) where they attach to the bone. The rotator cuff (RTC) helps to stabilize the shoulder...

TSA and Reverse TSA

What is a Total Shoulder Replacement (TSA) vs Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement (reverse TSA)? The need for these surgeries will be determined by your orthopedic surgeon and typically indicated because of a high level of arthritis in the shoulder. TSA and Reverse TSA...

TMD and Headaches

TMD AND HEADACHES Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD) is a condition that occurs as a result of dysfunction in the jaw joint, the disc sitting within the joint, and/or the surrounding muscles that control jaw movement. Other contributing factors include poor...

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome People come to physical therapy for many different reasons. One of the most common reasons people come to physical therapy is because of pain. People rarely know why they are having pain; they just know something hurts and they want it to feel...

Plantar Fasciitis Part 2

Plantar fasciitis What it is: The plantar fascia is a thick band on the bottom of your foot that attaches at the heel and travels along the bottom of the foot and attaches at the toes. Plantar fasciitis is when that band gets inflamed and irritated or even have a...

Plantar Fasciitis Part 1

What is Plantar Fasciitis? The heel and foot are very common areas to have pain, and a region we treat every day at IPT, but how do we know what is causing it? While there are many potential sources of pain in this area, plantar fasciitis is probably the most common...

Hip Bursitis – Trochanteric Bursitis

So it hurts your hip to lay down on your side at night. Or maybe your hip is just stiff and painful. You might have hip bursitis! Well what is that? It’s inflammation of the bursa sac that lies over your greater trochanter (lateral hip bone) and under your IT band....

Foot Care Tips

Foot Care Tips Let's talk about feet! Our feet are often the most overlooked part of the body when it comes to self-care, and arguably the most important part of the body in regard to daily activities, exercise, and athletic performance as they are quite literally...

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)/ Runner’s knee

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)/ Runner's knee Have you been struggling with general knee pain? There is a chance it’s Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), or more commonly knows as runner’s knee.  Patients with PFPFS typically present with pain on the front of...

Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder Impingement Quick Summary: Shoulder impingement is a condition of the shoulder in which pain can occur after injury, repetitive use , or poor posture that puts pressure on the muscles and tendons in and around the shoulder joint. Often, the rotator cuff...

Health Call with Dave Kuhn

Listen to Dave Kuhn owner of Indiana Physical Therapy talk with Lee Kelso on WOWO’s Health Call Live. Dave helps a caller with their back pain and discusses different exercises to help with knee and hip stiffness. Click Here to Listen on Google Play HealthCall LIVE...

IPT Donates to Heather’s Closet

IPT Donates to Heather’s Closet

On January 8, 2016, Indiana Physical Therapy presented a check to Heather’s Closet at their Brooklyn Clinic location. This lump sum of $1,600, was raised by both staff and patients over the course of only a few months through individual donations and an in-house...

Congratulations to Jason Harless!

Congratulations to Jason Harless!

Congratulations to Jason Harless for being named the Senior Therapist at our New Haven Office. Jason has been with IPT since May of 2010. During his tenure he performed various duties outside of being a great staff therapist. Those duties include providing athletic...