Hip Joint Hip Replacement Treatment Physical Therapy

Hip Treatment – Physical Therapy LIVE EVERY DAY, Do I need a hip replacement? The Hip The hip joint’s primary responsibility is to support your body weight when you are engaged in dynamic movements and when you are standing still. In fact, the hip joints are the key components in your ability to retain balance….Read More »

January 11, 2015

Elbow, Wrist, & Hand – Physical Therapy LIVE EVERY DAY

Elbow, Wrist, & Hand – Physical Therapy LIVE EVERYDAY The Elbow, Wrist and Hand The elbow, wrist and hand work together to let you perform a multitude of gross motor and fine motor activities. Pain in any of these joints can hamper your ability to perform your daily activities and to pursue athletic endeavors without…Read More »

Using crutches, gait training, Physical Therapy Simsbury CT

Using crutches – a thing of the past, gait training, Physical Therapy Leave it to Han Solo to be ahead of the curve on the newest futuristic assistive device! Harrison Ford, 72, recently broke his lower leg, we think while Luke closed the Door of the Millennium Falcon too quickly on Han’s leg. Instead of…Read More »

November 2, 2014

Areas Served – Physical Therapy Avon CT

Areas Served – Physical Therapy Avon, CT LIVE EVERY DAY Avon This blog page is to better outline the reach of LIVE EVERY DAY – Physical Therapy Avon CT: With two current locations in Connecticut (many more to come), LIVE EVERY DAY is able to provide many local residents with affordable and professional physical therapy…Read More »

October 26, 2014

What’s in a logo. LIVE EVERY DAY Physical Therapy

Look what we found. . . the growth of a physical therapy co. . . . Anthony & I are often heard telling a patient or a friend of the office, the story, the dream of LIVE EVERY DAY and how it was borne upon a hike in the Adirondacks.  In telling the story I’m brought…Read More »

October 19, 2014

Low Back Pain Treatment PHYSICAL THERAPY

A Better Understanding of Low Back Pain – LIVE EVERY DAY Approach The low back, or lumbar region, includes an intricate system of bones (vertebrae), intervertebral discs, nerves, ligaments, muscles and joints which work together to support the weight of the upper body. What Causes Low Back Pain? Age-related changes in bone strength, muscular tone…Read More »