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Happy Thursday! Can anyone guess what group of muscles these create?
It’s a pretty easy one: the quadriceps! The quadriceps are a group of muscles in the front of the thigh. The four muscles originate from the pelvis and femur and terminate on the tibia. The quadriceps are essential to helping us walk by extending the knee. So let’s give some love to these awesome muscles, make sure to stretch them and exercise them to keep them strong!
We hope everyone is staying healthy and enjoying the first few days of May!
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State of the Art Physical Therapy
We are trying to stay balanced during these turbulent times. We are here to help you ride it out!
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Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is a multifactorial condition affecting 20% of women in the United States. Treatment includes pharmacological interventions, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications. Previous studies show yoga effectively managing low back pain and pregnancy-related low back and pelvic pain, yet evidence related to CPP is limited.
The authors of this study found moderate evidence to support the use of yoga to improve pain and psychological and emotional QOL domains in women with chronic pelvic pain. Read the *OPEN ACCESS* Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis to understand why physical therapists may want to utilize yoga as a tool to help their patients decrease their pain and improve their QOL.
Continue reading: https://aptapelvichealth.org/2020/04/08/effects-of-yoga-on-quality-of-life-and-pain-in-women-with-chronic-pelvic-pain/
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We hope that you and your family are well. In recent days we have all seen a new reality regarding the concerns about the COVID-19 virus.
At State Of The Art Physical Therapy, your health and well-being is our top priority.
We are monitoring recommendations from the health authorities and we are open to provide the personal care needed for our patients treatment and journey to recovery.
We would like to share some details on the standard daily practices which we have always had at our clinics in addition to extra steps we are taking in light of the virus.
Standard practices that our patients have always experienced at State Of The Art Physical Therapy include:
All of our linens are single use and are cleaned using detergent on high heat
Wiping down of all treatment beds and equipment after each use with hospital grade disinfectant
Our clinics are fully equipped with hand washing stations as well as hand sanitizer
Cleaning high-touch areas with medical grade disinfectant (e.g., door handles, common area surfaces, railings, chairs, light switches, payment machines, exercise equipment and treatment tools)
Our staff wash their hands thoroughly between treating each patient
Additional steps we are taking now include:
Additional training to our staff on increased sanitization/hand hygiene recommendations
Advising our staff to stay home if they are feeling unwell or have travelled by air in the last 14 days or have had close contact with someone who has travelled by air in the previous 14 days
Increasing the frequency of cleaning all items listed above
Monitoring information from our health authorities to adjust our plan based on recommendations
We know that the COVID-19 virus can be alarming and a bit scary. At State Of The Art Physical Therapy, we see this as a partnership journey with you as we make it a priority to take care of each other.
The steps that we have put in place are due both to our love for our patients but also for our great staff who are here for our patients.
We can all play a role in this joint battle with the virus.
We respectfully request that our patients:
Wash their hands prior to entering our facility and use hand sanitizer in our lobby
Reschedule appointments for a future date if you are feeling unwell, have traveled by air in the previous 14 days or have had close contact with someone who has traveled by air in the previous 14 days
Here are some tips that we can all follow in our daily lives:
Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water (for at least 20 seconds). Alcohol based hand sanitizer is a good option if soap and warm water is not available
Cover your mouth and nose with the inside of your elbow when coughing or sneezing
Regularly clean high touch objects and surfaces
Avoid contact with people who are sick
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
If you feel sick, stay home and avoid public spaces
At State Of The Art Physical Therapy, the health of our patients is the cornerstone of why we exist. We look forward to continuing to be a partner in your health and wellness journey and taking steps with our patients to create a healthy and sanitary environment.
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We know that the safety of your staff, patients and family are top of mind as you adapt your practice in the midst of COVID-19.
𝙄𝙣 𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙚𝙨 𝙤𝙛 𝙝𝙮𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙞𝙖, 𝙘𝙤𝙢𝙢𝙪𝙣𝙞𝙩𝙮 𝙞𝙨 𝙤𝙛𝙩𝙚𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙗𝙚𝙨𝙩 𝙧𝙚𝙢𝙚𝙙𝙮.
So when events threaten to disrupt business, markets and everyday life level-headedness is a virtue.
That is why we invite you to an open panel web-cast as we provide tips, strategies and best practices to remain a leader in your community through these uncertain times.
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1) An informative summary about COVID-19 as it relates to Physical Therapy
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~Happy Valentine’s Day from Lyons PT~
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Dyspareunia is a common female diagnosis with complaints of pain with both initial and deep penetrative intercourse. Additionally, nearly 1 in 10 men are thought to have Peyronie disease, which has been shown to have a negative impact on partner relationships and limit penetrative intercourse due to pain from one or both partners. In an interview with author Jennifer Stone, PT, DPT, about her most recent work, here’s what she had to say about treating dyspareunia via treatment of the male’s Peyronie’s disease:
“There is very little currently published in the literature regarding ideal physical therapy treatment of Peyronie disease, so this case represents a potential start point for protocol development for this condition. Additionally, there is nothing published by any discipline in the literature regarding treatment of a male partner for the female's dyspareunia, despite the fact that female partner dyspareunia is a well documented impact of Peyronie disease.”
Learn more about the treatment of dyspareunia and Peyronie’s disease in the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy Case Report: Physical Therapy Treatment of Male Partner’s Peyronie’s Disease to Address Female Partner’s Dyspareunia: https://apta.site-ym.com/page/JWHPTPrivateAccess
Women’s and pelvic health physical therapists (PTs) play an important role in screening women for endometriosis symptoms, referring for surgical diagnosis, preop and postop care (if surgery is recommended), and reducing pain drivers, endometriosis lesions themselves and common comorbid pain drivers, such as irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, myofascial and musculoskeletal pain, chronic systemic inflammation, and neuroinflammation. PTs play a frontline role in this disease and are the ideal professionals to understanding nutrition for hormone modulation, reducing brain inflammation, reducing general inflammation, and understanding and educating their patients on the relationship between a healthy gut microbiome and endometriosis symptoms. In addition, because the central nervous system plays such a key role in endometriosis symptoms, PTs must also be educated on lifestyle medicine tools, such as sleep support, mindfulness strategies, and environmental impacts on brain inflammation, so they can empower their patients with effective lifestyle strategies to reduce pain and other symptoms.
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Hi All, this is Julie Beyer, the #ICDietitian. I just saw another post on another page with the poster saying acidic foods causes acidic urine. I wanted to remind you that isn't really how it works. For most food, acid in makes more alkaline urine; that is basic biochemistry but it doesn't mean it doesn't hurt any less. It also depends on the combination of foods you eat. To learn more about how food can affect an IC bladder read here: https://interstitial-cystitis-diet.blogspot.com/2009/02/body-ph-vs-urine-ph.html
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PT Can Prevent Unnecessary Surgery
Recent research is showing that surgery might not be needed as often as we think. A large review estimates that 10% to 20% of surgeries might be unnecessary and that in some specialties such as cardiology and orthopedics, that number might be higher. The reasons for so many unneeded surgeries being performed are varied, but one of the most common is that more conservative options (physical therapy) aren't tried first.
Recent research is showing that certain common surgeries aren't any better than a placebo. Two such examples are kyphoplasty - a procedure for spinal compression fractures, and partial meniscectomy - a procedure used to treat tears of the meniscus in the knee. If a surgeon hasn't continued to learn, they won't know that these surgeries often don't offer any more benefit than a non-surgical treatment and will continue to perform them.
Every surgery, even "minor" ones carry risks. These include complications from anesthesia, blood clots after surgery, delayed healing of the incision, infection, and unintended damage to nerves or other organs near the surgical site. Some of these risks cause discomfort for a period after surgery and go away, but others can result in permanent disability or even death. For some patients and conditions, surgery is a great treatment option, but with all the associated risks, when surgery can be avoided, it should be.
For musculoskeletal problems like back and joint pain, sprains, and strains, seeing your PT before a surgeon can help keep you out of the operating room and get you back to life without surgery. Studies have shown that physical therapy is just as good if not better than surgery for a multitude of conditions and carries less risk. Some examples would include rotator cuff tears, meniscal tears, spinal stenosis, low back pain, and osteoarthritis.
Physical therapy can't fix every problem, and for some patients surgery is the best choice. However, research is showing that surgery isn't a cure-all, and is sometimes just a very expensive and risky placebo. In most cases, starting with physical therapy is the right choice, and for many patients, PT is the only treatment necessary.
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition - Washington, D.C. Metro Chapter
Sara Ingram chalked up her symptoms to her lifestyle and diet, not knowing the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer. Read Sara's powerful story of when she was diagnosed with Stage 3c ovarian cancer. #knowovarian
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Update on the Elmiron study! I had a chance to talk with the principle investigator Dr. Vora today who confirmed that the patients in the study included patients who had used Elmiron for five or more years. (I thought it was 15 or more years). In their study, it showed that 25% of those patients had clear retinal damage associated with Elmiron use. So, this isn't just long term use. They clearly found damage at five years of use. Remember, too, that the early Elmiron study of 2500 patients who used the medication found eye damage at 4 years of use. https://www.ic-network.com/new-study-finds-25-of-long-term-elmiron-users-showed-eye-damage/
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition - Washington, D.C. Metro Chapter
Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Week is a week to recognize all those affected by a hereditary cancer, including women and men with BRCA mutations, people with a history of cancer in their family, survivors and previvors of breast and ovarian cancer, and individuals who have an increased risk of a hereditary cancer but have yet to develop the disease. Help us spread awareness of hereditary cancers and start a conversation with your family to learn your risk.
icawareness.org Interstitial cystitis is not a rare condition. New epidemiological studies revealed that three to eight million women in the USA and one to four million men with IC may have symptoms of interstitial cystitis. That could be as many as one out
Getting Past Your Leaking Excuses
Urinary Incontinence: Causes, Symptoms, Physical Therapy Treatment
Osteoporosis: Causes, Symptoms, Physical Therapy Treatment
Live Interstitial Cystitis, Bladder and Pelvic Pain Support Group Meeting - Get on in here! It's time for our live national IC support group meeting! The latest news, What you can do for IC Awareness Month, Taking Your questions and more!
Musculoskeletal Dysfunction During Pregnancy and After Childbirth
Overactive muscles restrict normal blood flow, resulting in a buildup of waste products. This can lead to further irritation, pain, and increased muscle tension. When someone develops pelvic floor pain, this can cause more involuntary tightening or guarding of these muscles, leading to more pain and dysfunction. Relaxation of these muscles can interrupt the pain cycle and promote healing.
Many people have excess muscle tension and do not even realize it. The muscle tension has been there so long that the brain feels it is normal. This can make it difficult to know when these muscles are actually relaxed. A pelvic physical therapist can be very helpful with identifying when these muscles are relaxed and with instruction in techniques to assist with this training.
Read full article: http://info.womenshealthapta.org/blog/relaxation-of-the-pelvic-floor-muscles
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Did you know that in France, any woman who has delivered a baby automatically gets a prescription for 10 free physical therapy sessions to "re-educate" her pelvic floor? Many women outside of France are not even aware about what the pelvic floor is and what help is available out there. A lack of understanding among young women about the importance of the pelvic floor - which, if weakened during childbirth can cause incontinence - is being linked to problems later in life, according to the latest research.
"On average, 1 in 7 older adults - men and women - experience incontinence, but it's twice as common in women" explains Lisa Smyth, Consultant Urologist at Tallaght University Hospital.
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