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How To Lift Properly
Have you ever "thrown out" your back while lifting something?
Back injuries are often caused by improper bending/lifting and carrying heavy objects, but they are easily prevented. Here is a video of Stan demonstrating the proper lifting technique that you can apply at your workplace, home, and even at the supermarket. At CGPT, we not only help you rehabilitate from pain and injuries, but also teach you how to prevent future ones.
Sleeping Position to Decrease Low Back Pain, Sciatica, Knee Pain, or Hip Pain
We spend 1/3 or 1/4 of our day laying and sleeping. How you align your joints will make a difference in how they feel in the morning. If you have a lot of pain when you wake up in the morning, altering your joints and spine into neutral alignment can make a large difference in decreasing morning pain.
Stan has extensive experience in running, cross-country, track as well as a sub-specialty in the treatment of overuse injuries of the foot and leg. In this video he shows you how to have proper cadence to decrease joint pain while running.
How to Safely Get Out of Bed
In addition to our PTs' experience with athletes, runners, and dancers alike, they can also help anyone of all ages improve daily essential activities that may be causing pain. In this video Stan shows us how to get out of bed with proper technique to prevent pain or injury. We will not only help you move better during your visits, but also teach you to sustain it even outside of physical therapy.
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We are located in Sterling Heights, in The Sterling Crossings Plaza. The plaza is located on the West side of Schoenherr Road, just North of Fifteen Mile Road. Feel free to call us if you have any questions and to book your first appointment!
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