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    Common #WFH Problems and Solutions

    With so many people working from home without those office amenities we didn’t know we loved, we’ve heard from some of you that have new aches and pains. Our specialists are trained in Ergonomic Assessments to optimize your work space. Luckily, we have some helpful tips and small adjustments you can make to your home […]

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    “…the best decision I ever made…”

    “I was diagnosed with a 75% tear (left rotator cuff) back in Jan. 2019. I went to physical therapy [at another office] as per ortho’s recommendation and was improving, but felt [I was] being “pawned off” after the first two weeks. Discontinued going since I was given exercises to do at home and figured I […]

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  • “I left feeling healthy, strong and…”

    “I came in with a dislocated shoulder and no confidence in the joint. I left feeling healthy, strong, and having made many new friends among the PTs. I would recommend Camelback [Sports Therapy] to anyone looking for friendly, knowledgeable, and encouraging physical therapy.” – Connor S.

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    “The arm pain is gone…”

    “When I started here, I was having a lot of neck, shoulder and down my right arm pain. Through the therapy here, this is improved so much. The arm pain is gone and I am more comfortable. Everyone has been super friendly and helpful.” – Maxine W.

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    Physical Therapist’s Guide to Frozen Shoulder

    Article originally from www.MoveForward.com Often called a stiff or “frozen shoulder,” adhesive capsulitis occurs in about 2% to 5% of the American population. It affects women more than men and is typically diagnosed in people over the age of 45. Of the people who have had adhesive capsulitis in 1 shoulder, it is estimated that […]

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    “. . . I can drive and turn my steering wheel without pain.”

    “When I came in here I could not move my left arm without pain due to a rotator cuff tear. Jenny worked with me over the next 2 months along with her team and now I can drive and turn my steering wheel without pain. Close my car door with minimal pain. My range of […]

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  • “I have to listen to my own advice!”

    “The entire team at CST [Camelback Sports Therapy] was awesome! I have experienced pain in my shoulder for over a year, too stubborn to do anything about it and didn’t want to give up sports and exercising. I know, dumb because I could have effected my sports and exercising in the long run. Natalie finally […]

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    “Thanks for healing me!”

    “Another fantastic experience with Jen! My shoulder feels much better! I love the whole staff here – everyone is so friendly and nice! Made coming here 3x’s a week for the last several weeks pleasant. Thanks for healing me!” Su-shien

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