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Physical Therapy blog articles by EW Motion Therapy

James Ingram

Licensed Physical Therapist, PT DPT // EW Motion Therapy Homewood

Sports Performance | Physical Therapy

By: James Ingram
July 14th, 2022

When you have muscle tension, getting a massage might be a great step to help you feel better. Many massage facilities have multiple services you can choose from, and some even offer a combination of various techniques customized to your needs. You could even try an at-home product like TheraGun, but that might not be the most ideal treatment for your symptoms, so working with a professional is probably best. But how do you know which type of massage best addresses your symptoms? And when should you seek further help? 

Physical Therapy

By: James Ingram
June 29th, 2022

When you have tense muscles, you have a few options to relieve the tension and pain. You could try some stretches, different sitting positions, or book a massage. While a massage can make you feel much better, the effects usually only last for so long - you’ll be tense again within a week or so. Plus, massage therapists can have different certifications depending on where you go. How do you know who to trust? And when you need a tailored approach for a specific issue, how do you know the massage you book will address everything you need? 

Physical Therapy

By: James Ingram
January 19th, 2022

When you need relief from pain or a condition, the titles of different practitioners can be confusing. When you need hands-on therapy to address pain or promote relaxation, it is essential to see the right person. So should you see a physical therapist or a massage therapist for your treatment? Which one is best equipped with the knowledge and skill to help you feel better? 

Physical Therapy

By: James Ingram
January 19th, 2022

When you need treatment for an injury or condition, the titles of different practitioners can be confusing. When it comes to skilled therapy, it is important to see the right person, and it is very easy to mix up primary roles. There are great practitioners in both fields, but one might be slightly more suited to the particular ailment you are facing. So should you see a physical therapist or an occupational therapist for your treatment?

Physical Therapy

By: James Ingram
January 19th, 2022

When you need treatment for an injury or condition, the titles of different practitioners can be confusing. When it comes to skilled therapy, it is essential to see the right person, and it is very easy to mix up primary functions. So should you see a physical therapist or a chiropractor for your treatment? Which one treats your condition and is best equipped with the knowledge to help you feel better? 

Physical Therapy

By: James Ingram
October 18th, 2021

According to the CDC, 42.4% of American adults are obese, and extra weight can lead to many preventable health problems.