Southeastern Orthopaedic Specialist Physical Therapy - Church St

Southeastern Orthopaedic Specialist Physical Therapy - Church St Our patients receive individual attention and progress is closely monitored throughout all phases of rehabilitation.

Help us kick off our 2nd annual December Run/Walk challenge that starts TODAY!!! The goal is to run/walk 62 miles in the...
12/01/2023

Help us kick off our 2nd annual December Run/Walk challenge that starts TODAY!!! The goal is to run/walk 62 miles in the month of December. You can break up the miles how ever you want BUT you must run or walk the miles, bike miles don’t count! If you would like to join us, please screenshot or print the second picture & be sure to tag us when you complete a stripe! Tag 3 friends you want to challenge! We will be updating you on our progress as well! Happy Holidays!

Cam has done it again! Marathon number 7 & set a PR! We are so proud of you! Please help us congratulate her on this ama...
11/06/2023

Cam has done it again! Marathon number 7 & set a PR! We are so proud of you! Please help us congratulate her on this amazing accomplish!!

Did you know that Physical Therapy can be used to REDUCE the risk of injury as well as help you heal after an injury?
10/10/2023

Did you know that Physical Therapy can be used to REDUCE the risk of injury as well as help you heal after an injury?

Did you know October is National Physical Therapy Month?
10/02/2023

Did you know October is National Physical Therapy Month?

06/09/2022

We are celebrating Trey, and the 11 years he has been apart of our Southeastern Orthopaedics Family!

Please help us wish Trey well on the next part of his journey!

Trey,
We hate to see you go but we are so excited for your next chapter in life! Thank you for the diligence, initiative, dedication, and sacrifices over the last 11 years here at SOS.

“Business is a doggie dog world”
-Michael Scott

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BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION THERAPY 🚫🩸 ——> SWIPE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
05/20/2022

BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION THERAPY 🚫🩸 ——> SWIPE FOR MORE INFORMATION!

05/05/2022

OUR PT’S AND THEIR PROBLEMS: PART 1


04/01/2022

Tips to make your Physical Therapy appointments go smoothly: Part 1! Make sure you do all your paperwork/documentation before your appointment! If that’s not a possibility, arrive early to allow enough time to fill it out. At our clinic, the therapists use the information you provide on the paperwork to create a unique plan of care based on your pain levels, activities/hobbies and medical history. It’s important you do your part (paperwork) so they can efficiently do their part (get you healthy) ***over dramatic reenactment for comedic purposes***

HAPPY ST PATRICK’S DAY!Did you know...1. St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland was born in Britain2. In Celtic folkta...
03/17/2022

HAPPY ST PATRICK’S DAY!

Did you know...

1. St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland was born in Britain
2. In Celtic folktales, leprechauns were cranky souls that were responsible for mending the shoes of other fairies
3. The first St. Patrick’s Day Parade was in America
4. Wearing Green was popularized by Irish Immigrants in the United States, who believed that wearing green made them invisible to leprechauns
5. The original color of St. Patrick’s Day was blue, when Henry VIII, king of England declared himself the King of Ireland in the 16th century

Happy International Women’s Day! Swipe to see just a few of the most influential women in Physical Therapy —>
03/08/2022

Happy International Women’s Day! Swipe to see just a few of the most influential women in Physical Therapy —>

Our Home Exercise Programs (HEP) are created specifically for you and your recovery! Small progress is still progress. Y...
03/02/2022

Our Home Exercise Programs (HEP) are created specifically for you and your recovery! Small progress is still progress. You got this!

02/23/2022

Cupping Therapy:

What: Cupping is a type of alternative therapy that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction.

Where: Cupping can be done almost anywhere on the body.

How: The suction stimulates your skin and muscles by drawing fluid into the treated area. The suction force expands and breaks open tiny blood vessels under the skin which causes your body to treat the area like an injury, stimulating the natural healing process.

Why: Cupping can release scar tissue and fasciae adhesions. It can also relieve pain and improve circulation (blood and lymph circulation).

Happy Presidents Day:FD Roosevelt contracted Polio in 1921. In 1926, he was introduced to Alice Lou Plastridge, who was ...
02/21/2022

Happy Presidents Day:

FD Roosevelt contracted Polio in 1921. In 1926, he was introduced to Alice Lou Plastridge, who was an experienced physical therapist in the field of Polio.

Plastridge was treating Roosevelt in Warm Springs, Georgia. Roosevelt was able to swim in the thermal spring waters to help with his Polio.

In 1926, Roosevelt invested a significant amount of his personal money to purchase the property and the following year, started the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation.

It became a place where patients with Polio could receive the much needed care of a physical therapist. Roosevelt would continue to visit and would work with physical therapists and physicians to develop exercises to improve his condition.

02/21/2022

DRY NEEDLING:

What: Dry needling is the insertion of a thin needle into a muscle. There is no medication! The needle itself and the response it produces is the treatment.

Where: Shoulder, neck, hip, back, leg, etc! It can be used for a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

How: Dry needling causes a localized twitch response that lengthens (relaxes) the muscle fibers. It stimulates opioid-mediated pain suppression effect from the brain and also reduces the amount of inflammatory and pain producing chemicals in the muscle.

Why: Dry needling is useful in conjunction with other treatment methods to reduce pain and restore function.

02/16/2022

When you wanna show your Physical Therapist how well your squats are now...

SPRING SPORTS ARE ALMOST HERE!Tips for staying healthy and safe:1. Wear/use the correct gear/equipment. The gear and equ...
02/10/2022

SPRING SPORTS ARE ALMOST HERE!

Tips for staying healthy and safe:

1. Wear/use the correct gear/equipment. The gear and equipment are for your protection 🏸🎾⚽️⚾️🥎🥍⛳️
2. Start conditioning as soon as possible. Your body has been on a break for months. Allow your body time to adjust! The more strength training and flexibility work you put in BEFORE the season, the better off you (and your body) will be 🏋🏽‍♂️💪🏿🏃🏻‍♂️
3. TAKE BREAKS! Take breaks when you need it and know your limits. Breaks can reduce injuries and help prevent heat illnesses✋🏼⏸
4. Listen to your body. If you are experiencing a pain that is different from your normal soreness, DON’T play through the pain. Get it checked out sooner rather than later 🛑😫
5. Fuel your body! Your body needs food AND water in order to perform the way you want it to 🥑🍎🥦🍊

02/10/2022

Come open the PT Clinic with me✨

In honor of Black History Month, we want to introduce: Bessie Blount, a pioneer physical therapist, inventor, and scient...
02/10/2022

In honor of Black History Month, we want to introduce: Bessie Blount, a pioneer physical therapist, inventor, and scientist, who was one of the first African American Physical Therapists.

Bessie Blount didn’t finish 6th grade, but later got her GED and attended Nursing School. While in Nursing School, Blount developed a passion for Physical Therapy. Then, she obtained a certificate of Physical Therapy from present day Montclair State University.

Blount used interpretive dance to enhance her patients treatments.

During WWII, Blount practiced at various Veteran Hospitals where she would use innovative ways to rehabilitate soldiers. Specifically, teaching arm amputee soldiers to use their feet and by creating a food receptacle equipped with an electrical motor that pushed food through a tube. The tube was inserted into the patient’s mouth, and when the patient would bite down, a small portion of food was pushed into his mouth. This allowed for him to eat independently and comfortably. Blount recieved her patent for this in 1951.

This ingenious apparatus positioned Blount as one of the earliest inventors in the expanding field of physical therapy. Source: https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/bessie-blount-griffin-1914-2009/

HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR PHYSICAL THERAPY:1. COMMIT TO YOUR APPOINTMENTS: We know life can get busy but your heal...
02/10/2022

HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR PHYSICAL THERAPY:

1. COMMIT TO YOUR APPOINTMENTS: We know life can get busy but your health is important. Make a commitment to come the recommended number of appointments and you will see a difference in how you feel.

2. ASK QUESTIONS: We are here to help. If you need us to go over something again with you, just ask! We would rather you ask us then do something the wrong way and risk injuring yourself more.

3. DO YOUR HOMEWORK: If you are given exercises to do at home, do them! These exercises are to help you strengthen and work those muscles/injuries. Be sure to only do what your Therapist recommended.

Address

1130 N Church Street
Greensboro, NC
27401

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 5pm
Tuesday 7am - 6pm
Wednesday 7am - 6pm
Thursday 7am - 6pm
Friday 7am - 1pm

Telephone

+13363752301

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