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My Pain Won’t Go Away

The #1 reason that patients seek help from a Physical Therapist is because they are in pain. In the ideal world, pain is a good thing. It tells our bodies…

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Benefits of Foam Rolling

What is a Trigger Point? Trigger points are a small patch of muscle tissue in spasm, and they can occur for a number of reasons. When we develop aches and…

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What is Frozen Shoulder and how is it Fixed?

Adhesive capsulitis, which is more commonly referred to as frozen shoulder, occurs in 2-5% of the population at one point or another. It typically occurs in adults ages 40-70, and…

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Sports Hernias

Sports Hernia Background “Sports hernia” is a broad term that is used to describe pain in the lower abdominal or upper groin region, however it may or may not actually…

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How Do I Choose A Running Shoe?

Runners are often overwhelmed by the amount of shoes there are to choose from, and have a difficult time finding the ones that will benefit them the most. When choosing…

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Top 6 Foods to Help Speed Recovery Pt. II

In our last blog, we mentioned that although physical therapy may be one of the most important steps you can take to get back in the game stronger, better, and…

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Top 6 Foods to Help Speed Recovery Pt. I

Here at Total Performance Physical Therapy, we’re the go-to spot for physical therapy for sciatica in Chalfont and other nearby areas. And we understand that even the best physical therapy…

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How to fix jumper’s knee | Total Performance Physical Therapy | 215.997.9898

Jumper’s knee or also sometimes called runner’s knee is associated with a pain in the front of the knee.  The knee is the hub of activity for the lower leg. …

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The Most Common Summertime Sports Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Summertime and the fair weather that accompany it offer us some terrific opportunities to stay active, social, and fit. In fact, we all know how enjoyable it can be to…

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Does It Take Longer to Heal As You Get Older? Part I

Maybe you noticed it after your last 5k. Perhaps it was after that cycling session at the gym. Or your last Crossfit class. No matter when or where it happened,…

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