A blog focused on all things Physical Therapy and how we can help you stay active. We will be sharing information from a large group of Physical Therapists who are based out of Cheyenne, Casper and Laramie Wyoming.

Physical Therapist’s Guide to Cerebral Palsy

posted on March 21, 2017

Difficulties from CP can range from mild to severe. Individuals with CP may have trouble seeing, hearing, feeling touch, thinking, or communicating. They may also experience seizures.Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a general term used to describe a group of disorders that affect the normal development of movement and posture. CP is caused by an injury […] Read More...

How Can A Pelvic Health Therapist Help You? 5 Ways to Return to Your Pre-Baby Body

posted on March 13, 2017

While moderate weight gain is a common concern for women during and after pregnancy, there are many other factors to consider in the 4 to 6 weeks after childbirth. You may want to get back into pre-pregnancy shape immediately, but it is important to make a slow return to full activity. Here are some tips […] Read More...

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Exercise to Improve Arthritis Pain? Yes!

posted on March 3, 2017

Do you have stiff, achy, painful joints? You're not alone. An estimated 54 million adults are living with this chronic condition: arthritis. Arthritis steals movement and sometimes the things you love to do, but you can get it back. Exercise is one of the best ways to improve pain, stiffness, and decreased range of motion, […] Read More...


posted on December 28, 2016

Strain/counterstrain is a manual massage technique for relieving musculoskeletal spasms and pain, which means that therapists use only their hands to find and reduce chronic and/or acute muscle spasm anywhere in the body. It is a gentle and safe technique that relieves spinal or other joint pain by passive movement of the hypertonic (spasmed) muscle(s) […] Read More...

Questions and Answers About Concussions

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Concussion is a serious health issue for all people, regardless of age, gender, or activity level. A concussion is a severe form of traumatic brain injury that can be sustained from an athletic event to a fall. Anybody sustaining or suspecting of a concussion needs to be evaluated in order to make sure they are […] Read More...

Staying Safe This Winter

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Welcome to our first edition of our "Staying Safe This Winter" series. Where we will be discussing different topics along with tips and tricks to help you survive our Wyoming Winter injury free. First Up is: Snow Shoveling Snow shoveling is a repetitive activity that can cause muscle strain to the lower back and shoulders. […] Read More...