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Learn more about your pain/problem. Click on the body part and learn the most common ailments, disorders, and causes of pain. Try this free self assessment tool! * PLEASE NOTE: This is a listing of some but not all conditions that physical therapists treat. This page is intended for informational purposes only. This information should not be considered complete and should not be used for … More
The team at Hohman Rehab has created instructional videos for your continued success with your therapy program. Please call our office (855)404-6908 if you have any additional questions! Click on the subject heading to view videos: Posture/Body … More
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Take Frequent Breaks: Change positions regularly to give your muscles the rest needed to support you better when you return. If … More
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Trauma from a car accident, slip or fall, or any other type of personal injury typically involves "high … More
Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) is a condition that causes pain on the inner side of your elbow where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the epicondyle (bone) of the elbow. Golfer’s elbow is often caused by overuse or repeated straining of the … [Read More...]
Toe Walking is a common occurrence in children especially before the age of two. After the age of two, however, a child should not be walking on their toes constantly. Causes can include a mild sensory issue, shortened tendons, mild cerebral palsy, or has been … [Read More...]
Get moving Go for a one hour walk out in nature. Ideally, you want to avoid distractions such as listening to music while doing this. Try to stay present and completely engage your senses. This will have a relaxing effect on your nervous system and allow … [Read More...]