What does exercise do to help my knee arthritis?
Yoga in Wake Forest, NC

When it comes to having pain, the last thing someone wants to do is exercise!

However, exercise can have huge benefits and a now the healthcare profession is definitely pushing the concept of “Movement is Medicine”.

So, the question is, how will exercise improve my knee arthritis?

First, exercise can enhance cardiovascular benefits, muscular strength, balance, and coordination; all of these are thought to be able to reduce joint pain. 

As the severity of pain is directly correlated with the degree of muscle weakness, stronger muscles and better coordination improve the stability of the joints and lessen pain. Increased peri-articular muscle strength may also protect joints from traumatic impacts. 

Second, evidence suggests that the mind-body component may influence immune, endocrine, neurochemical and autonomic functioning. An improved restful state and mental tranquility may help break the arthritis “pain cycle”.

Why choose PhysioFit’s Knee Arthritis Yoga Class?

Our group environment with individuals who have similar condition as you can help build confidence, get support and overcome fears of pain. Together, these can lead to improved physical, psychological and psychosocial well-being and overall quality of life.

This is in addition to the science behind our approach of providing exercise that can build strength, balance and flexibility without “picking” at your knee, so you can be certain that we will not (or try not to!) flare up your symptoms!

How can I learn more?

Feel free to contact us to speak with us personally to see if our class is right fit for you!

Physio Membership
Physical Therapy Wake Forest, NC

Our Physio Membership is a subtype of concierge medicine.  We accept a small group of members into the practice.  Members make a small, monthly membership investment that allows them access to medically necessary Physio care.

There is no insurance involved.  No pre-authorizations or authorizations, co-payments or deductibles, denied treatments or benefit limits for the patient to worry about.  Likewise, the health care provider does not have to employ a small army of staff to contend with the insurance company's' red tape or wrestle reimbursement from them.  This produces better care at lower costs.

Without the “sting” of co-payments and deductibles which make people hesitate to seek medical care (and use their insurance), people can come in as soon as needed instead of trying to “wait and see” or “tough it out”.  The problem can be addressed quickly and effectively before it has snowballed into something that requires far more care!

Most people will save significantly by receiving care at our office. By having your personal Physio who knows what you need, when you need it — you ultimately get treatment faster and get back to doing what you love —- biking, walking, gym work or even just life! —- quicker!

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Physical Therapy Wake Forest, NC

How can I become a Physio Member?

After an initial evaluation and initial treatment plan with your injuries, your Physio will determine if a Membership Plan is right for you.

What is the best plan for me?

Your Physio will discuss with you the best option available to keep you healthy.

Is the initial evaluation covered in the cost of the Physio Membership?

No, an initial evaluation cost is a separate fee.

What if I am currently seeing you for neck pain but I hurt my knee. Can I have this body part examined and evaluated?

As long as you are an active PhysioFit Member, there is no charge or additional fees associated with evaluating a different body part. This is one of the best perks of the program!

I think this is a great idea and want my spouse to be a member too so we can both continue to be active as we age together! Any family discounts?

Contact us for this request and we can chat :)

What if I need further treatments for my condition other than the full, 60 minute 1:1 treatment with you under my membership plan?

Everyone’s conditions are different and frequency and duration of treatments vary. For the most part, more than one treatment per month is necessary for an ailment, especially if an acute injury!

We realize this and offer a percentage off any other Physio treatments for our members! How awesome is that!

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What if I am out of town and cannot make it in to treatment?

Our Physio Membership plans have a Tele-Health option! This can be perfect if you do not have the time to come into the clinic, but still would like advice on any painful issues or exercise questions. This works perfectly for our patients who travel for work!

What if I need to cancel my Physio Membership?

There is no charge or penalty to cancel. However, if you do cancel and want to return for treatment of a different condition at another time, an initial evaluation fee will be charged.

How can I pay?

The chosen membership package will be automatically charged to your account each month.

Can I submit my membership payment with a superbill to insurance?

Unfortunately, no. At this time, we cannot provide a superbill for the monthly fee.

Have any other questions?

Feel free to contact us!

 
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief in Wake Forest, NC
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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that causes pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and arm. The condition occurs when one of the major nerves to the hand — the median nerve — is squeezed or compressed as it travels through the wrist. 

What treatments are available?

Typically, carpal tunnel syndrome is a mechanical disorders on the pressure of the median nerve. You can learn to take pressure off this nerve with exercises and stretches, but in some instances, especially if long-standing and chronic conditions, you may need more measures. Sometimes surgery or injections are indicated, but in majority of cases, conservative care with physical therapy can improve symptoms.

Procedures that we perform are manual therapies to the wrist, fingers, elbow, shoulder and neck that can includes joint and soft tissue mobilization. In some instances, we perform dry needling to this area.

What is dry needling

Dry needling is an invasive technique widely used in the physiotherapy field. Not only is dry needling used on muscles, its action on the connective-fascial tissue, the other aspect of a single, unique and indivisible functional whole: the myofascia. This can be the key to treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome and ultimately how you can get the most relief.

What does dry needling do?

In regards to carpal tunnel syndrome, the transverse carpal ligament can a major culprit. In fact, if you went in for surgery, the surgeon snips this ligament. The specialized Physios at PhysioFit of NC use Dry Needling , but instead of just the “ fast in and out technique” that most use, we rotate the needle and the fascial connective tissue winds around to the point where it is fastened and trapped.

Studies, especially the strong work by Langevin et al, show the needle grasp strength is 167% greater if manipulated unidirectionally than if it is not manipulated. However, if an alternate rotation is applied bidirectionally (winding and unwinding) the same studies quantify this grasp strength at 52% greater than if it is not manipulated.

We apply a technique for manipulation of DN needles with unidirectional rotation, which we call the “fascial winding technique”.

We apply a unidirectional rotation (winding) based on the stronger needle grasp thereby obtained, which has been quantified and included in previous studies to improve connective tissue and myofascial changes in carpal tunnel syndrome.

We also present “four-pole carpal dry needling” for the carpal tunnel directly but also trace the muscles, fascia and nerve back up to the elbow to provide benefit to blood flow and decrease inflammation to the median nerve before and after the carpal tunnel.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief in Wake Forest, NC

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief in Wake Forest, NC

We believe that these procedures would lead to the grasp, and consistent traction-stretching on the TCL, being more powerful and effective. This will cause both local and remote changes in this tissue and lead to healing.

Also, this may lead to a relaxation of tension and increased flexibility of the transverse carpal ligament. This would reduce the pressure inside the carpal tunnel, also decreasing the compression on the median nerve, which is ultimately responsible for the clinical profile of sensory and motor impairment that you may have.

Why choose PhysioFit of North Carolina?

The action of dry needling in connective-fascial tissue, expanding the possible therapeutic potential of this technique beyond its action on the muscular element. Dr. Harrison Vaughan has extensive training in dry needling and only one of several Fellows in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy in the region. You can trust in his care and expertise, as well as 1:1 time with you!

After manual therapy, we then follow-up with exercises through our Feel it to Heal it Physio Approach to make sure you “feel the stretch” and “feel the strength” in your muscles where you should! You will not get this type of technique and combination anywhere else!

Have you been told to improve core strength for your low back pain?
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Do you eat soup with a fork?

Of course not, as this is silly since there is a better product. The spoon—it is designed to work specifically for specific foods.

So, how does this relate to core strength and back pain?

I have been treating low back pain for over 10 years and I can tell you, cookie cutter approaches typically do not work!

There are many strategies to help your pain and improving core strength is always a viable one that is recommended by doctors, specialists and physical therapist.

I agree that getting stronger can make you more durable, but sometimes you may be NOT be maximizing your benefit from all of your hard work!

Take this picture for example:

The dotted green lines down at pant line and up towards top of shirt are the borders to where this patient can FEEL their low back!

What do you mean feel?!

We test tactile acuity with two point discrimination (see picture below) and this gives an inside look of how the sensory cortex in the brain detects the back!

How cool is that?!

But what does this mean?

Basically, this can mean the difference if you can get better or not!

Check out this picture and numbers written on this patient’s back:

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What these numbers show is that this patient went from NOT being able to feel two points on the caliber to having this improvement in discriminating the tissues with touch on his back!

The back is mirrored in the sensory cortex as shown below, which lines right beside the motor cortex. Therefore, if the sensation with two point discrimination is impaired, then how good are your core exercises?!

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So what does this mean with physical therapy?

The improvement seen here is within 1 session and it allowed the patient to perform movements (as we know movement is medicine!) and get the most out of treatment vs just “doing exercises”.

We don’t just “prescribe” exercises but take a whole look and maximize your performance in the clinic.

Because how can you “feel” your core when you don’t have the best connection from your core/back to your brain!

PhysioFit is not your typical rehab setting. Our 1:1 sessions and specialized treatment approaches are unlike anywhere else!

Contact us to Learn more about how we can help you!

How to know if you have pain from TMJ
TMJ Pain Relief in Wake Forest, NC

The assessment of temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) is recognized as integral to the practice of dentistry and physical therapists who treat these conditions.

The context of joint sounds as a predictor of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain is not highly predictable due to a common variation of normality amongst people.

Therefore, pain associated with activities using the jaw (such as eating, yawning, etc) is much more predictable of actually benefiting from treatments by a physical therapist or dentist.

Diagnosis must be followed by appropriate intervention at the early stage of identification to minimize chronicity. Following a diagnosis, a formal treatment plan addressing your exact impairments can be formulated.

Tuncer et al. found that physiotherapy performed by a therapist in combination with home physical therapy was more effective in terms of TMD pain and pain-free maximal mouth opening than home physical therapy alone.

If you think you have TMJ issues, answer the questions above and then contact us to establish a plan of care, alongside your dentist, to help you!

Migraine Relief in Wake Forest, NC
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Do you have sensitivity to cold or even sensitivity while wearing a necklace?

You could have cutaneous allodynia and this has been proposed to be a risk factor for chronic migraine. Since research shows 70% of migraine patients have neck pain, the pain in your neck could be a reason for this sensitivity.

Want to find out more?

Click here to fill out the 12-item Allodynia Symptom Checklist then Contact us to see how we can help you! We are the only clinicians in the area that can treat your TMJ, neck and sensorimotor system through our Manual and Vestibular Specializations.

Cutaneous allodynia interferes in the effectiveness of abortive therapy with triptans, reducing their effectiveness in total pain relief and in preventing relapse within 24 hours. In order to be effective, triptans must be administered before the presence of cutaneous allodynia. Therefore, identifying the presence of allodynia and educating patients on the particularities of this symptom are essential for adequate treatment.

Doctors Harrison and Danielle Vaughan are Physical Therapists practicing in Wake Forest, North Carolina. For headache sufferers, we offer pain relief, education on dietary changes, improvement in anxiety and sleep and other self-help methods to help you! PhysioFit of North Carolina also offers meditation in Wake Forest with our Tai Chi, Pilates and Yoga classes. Contact us to learn more.

Why do I get dizzy when I roll over in bed?
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Do you ever get a short bout of dizziness when you roll over in bed?

You typically can brush it off as it it only short term but it can progress and require medical assistance.

More than likely, the problem is Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV):

  • This is a benign condition but can be easily fixed by a Vestibular Trained Physical Therapist.

    • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is a common inner-ear problem affecting the vestibular system, a system used to maintain balance.

    • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most common causes of vertigo — the sudden sensation that you're spinning or that the inside of your head is spinning.

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo causes brief episodes of mild to intense dizziness.

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is usually triggered by specific changes in the position of your head.

This might occur when you

1. Tip your head up or down

2. When you lie down

3. Or when you turn over or sit up in bed.

How can a Physical Therapist help me?

Fortunately, most people recover from BPPV with a simple but very specific head and neck maneuver performed by a specialty trained physical therapist. Your therapist will take you through a series of diagnostic manuevers to diagnose and treat the condition.

These repositioning treatments are designed to move the crystals from the semicircular canal back into the appropriate area in the inner ear (the utricle). A repositioning treatment called the Epley maneuver is used for the resolution of posterior canal BPPV, the most commonly involved canal. 

If you are having dizziness when you roll over in bed, contact our office to speak with our Vestibular Trained Physical Therapist, Dr. Danielle Vaughan, for a consultation and treatment. We offer our Vestibular Physical Therapy services at our office in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Visit our specific website page to learn more about our treatments for Dizziness, Balance and Vertigo conditions.

Shoulder Pain Relief in Wake Forest, NC

👊🏻Having arm and shoulder pain?!

👊🏻This is a technique using electrical stimulation combined with Dry Needling in fascial points along multiple joints.

👊🏻Alongside joint mobilization and exercise, this is a Great way to improve pain to get you back on your feet!

We offer manual therapy, exercise and pain relief for shoulder and elbow conditions in our physical therapy office in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Contact us to learn more!

Diastasis Recti Relief in Wake Forest, NC
Women’s Health Diastasis Recti Wake Forest North Carolina

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I need to brag on this super momma, who came to therapy with a significant diastasis recti (abdominal separation) feeling weak with pain.

In just 6 sessions with her dedication, she has shown HUGE gains and is on the road to a great recovery!👍. I couldn’t be more proud of her! 

Just because you had a baby, doesn’t mean you have to live with the common complaints postpartum. Let us help you gain control again, because being a mom is an athletic event 💪🤸‍♀️

Dr. Danielle Vaughan is a Women’s Health Specialist for Physical Therapy Services in Wake Forest, NC. As a mother of two who continues to exercised before, during and after pregnancy; she knows the importance of a healthy lifestyle for a healthy mom and baby!

Contact her to determine if she can help you!

Medication Overuse Headache
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Medication overuse headache (MOH) is a chronic daily headache and a secondary disorder in which acute medications used excessively causes headache in a headache-prone patient.

It is usually is diagnosed after failure of headache relief with episodes with multiple painkillers, i.e., triptans and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

If you feel you have this condition, please talk to your physician about it and potentially discontinuing your medication per their guidelines.

If you want a natural optional, feel free to seek out our services for joint mobilization to the upper cervical spine joints, dry needling to the soft tissue and muscles of the neck and face, and potentially need sensorimotor and vestibular training in addition to strengthening the neck muscles.

We provide pain relief for headaches, TMJ and other facial pain at our convenient location in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Harrison Vaughan
What does knee adduction moment mean in Yoga, exercise & knee arthritis?
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The external knee adduction moment represents the net medial-to-total joint distribution of load at the knee. As shown in picture above, during the stance phase of walking, an external adduction moment acts around the knee joint, which tends to rotate the tibia medially with respect to the femur in the frontal plane.

What does this mean?

A higher knee adduction moment when you step on your foot (to load your knee), could be a reason why you’re having pain!

A high knee adduction moment reflects increased compressive forces acting on the medial aspect of the knee and is widely regarded as a surrogate measure of medial knee compression.

Therefore, more knee adduction moment = could be more pain!

What does this have to do with Exercise & Yoga?

A major goal in use of therapeutic exercise is to minimize osteoarthritis progression at the knee, which entails minimizing the knee adduction moment. The role of abnormal knee joint loading can be implemented in the progression of structural knee osteoarthritis.

Knee adduction moment magnitude has been shown to increase with knee OA severity and exercise programs need to be designed to limit knee adduction moment.

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How does PhysioFit of NC’s class help arthritis of the knee?

Using research and combined 20 years of experience, our physical therapists have teamed up with certified Yoga instructors to provide exercises that maximize muscle strength of the limbs and minimize knee adduction moment.

Our exercise program is designed to maximize strength and minimize overloading the knee joint.

Considering the loads on the knees are different between the front and back leg (during some poses), we keep that in mind too!

Harrison Vaughan
Would Yoga cause my knee arthritis to hurt more?
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One of the biggest concerns we get as Physical Therapists is,

I don’t want to exercise as it will flare up my arthritis!

Of course this is a major issue that should not happen with exercise as it does two things:

  1. Firstly, it creates fear to exercise and get the many benefits of being active.

  2. Secondly, it may lead someone to saying, “any exercise” didn’t work for me so gives when this is relayed to a physician, he/she usually thinks ….well, if exercise didn’t help, let’s try injections, medications and/or surgery.

When it comes to exercising with pathology or injury, PhysioFit of NC promotes ourselves in our model of Feel it to Heal it Physio. This basically means you should feel exercises where you SHOULD, but more importantly, you should NOT feel it where you should NOT! This is the ultimate solution to getting the benefit of exercise without “picking” at the joint.

Yoga has been shown to improve strength and flexibility, but it is a general exercise approach. Therefore, the physical therapist and certified Yoga instructors at PhysioFit of NC have teamed up to provide a specific Yoga exercise approach just for knee osteoarthritis!

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The program will provide poses and moves to improve quadricep strength, flexibility in the hamstrings and calves while minimizing stress on the knee joint.

Oh — and we couple it with the powerful manual approach of dry needling to give you the ultimate combo of relief and movement medicine!

Harrison Vaughan
What is the best exercise for knee arthritis?
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When your physician or surgeon recommends exercise for your knee arthritis, where do you start?!

Examples include simple quadriceps exercises (e.g., straight leg raises); non-weight bearing exercises using cuff-weights, Therabands, and dynamometers; weight-bearing exercises; and neuromuscular programs to enhance sensorimotor function. Many choose non-weight-bearing exercises to minimize the knee compressive load, though these exercises have little functional relevance.

This is one of the primary duties of a physical therapist but out of everyone who is recommended therapy, there are many who do not carry through with it!

While there are numerous exercise programs for knee OA, the ideal type of strengthening for knee OA is unknown

To dive into this unknown world on your own, it can be inundating to find the right exercises that work the right muscles with the right load WITHOUT aggravating your knee!

How can PhysioFit of North Carolina help me?

As a physical therapy clinic, we can provide direct 1:1 treatments and exercise programs to help those with knee arthritis.

We also offer Yoga, Pilates & Tai Chi classes in Wake Forest that can help you get started.

To combine the two entities (fitness and healthcare), we are also offering a combo of Physical Therapy with Group Classes.

What separates our studio from others?

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We designed our Yoga Exercise Program with the two mindsets of Certified Yoga Specialists and Doctors of Physical Therapy. It is the best of the best to provide you with the RIGHT exercise with the RIGHT dose in a group environment surrounded by others who are trying to achieve the same goals as you —- pain relief and improved quality of life!

It is important to ensure that treatment options for knee osteoarthritis promote physical activity but do not incorporate exposures to this risk factor for worsening the disease.

Yoga for Pain Relief from Arthritis

For people with arthritis, physical activity is essential for optimal disease management and preserving mobility.

Exercise helps maintain range of motion, joint stability, and muscle mass, while reducing pain and fatigue.

Yoga may be well-suited for arthritis by combining physical activity with potent stress management techniques including breathing, relaxation, and mindfulness.

Yoga is associated with substantial improvements in physical and general health perceptions, physical roles, walking, pain, energy, and mood.

Even more importantly for you all wondering if exercise will make symptoms worse, a 2015 Randomized Control Trial Found:

Regular yoga practice was not associated with worsening joint symptoms or adverse events. 

Therefore, yoga is an acceptable to people with arthritis and does not aggravate joint disease.

At PhysioFit of North Carolina, our classes are designed by Doctors of Physical Therapy and instructors are specifically trained to be mindful and have close supervision on participants with medical conditions.

Our classes are only 14 participants or less and we do offer individual sessions with our Certified Yoga Instructors and Physical Therapists.

Contact us to learn more how we can help you with your arthritis and pain.

Yoga for Arthritis Pain Relief in Wake Forest, NC
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Yoga is a psycho-physical exercise with slow movements associated with muscle strengthening to improve one's physical and mental conditions.

The effects of yoga could influence people's musculoskeletal system, immune system, nervous system and sympathetic activity.

Specifically, yoga exercise increases flexibility and muscle strength, physical balancing, improves fitness, and pain relieving.

A yoga practice can have comprehensive effect on patients with knee arthritis by pain reduction, improvement of joint function and life quality.

How does Yoga improve pain?

Firstly, yoga provides the local structure strengthening to reduce physical pain by increasing joint stability. Knee muscle power reinforcement is one of the primary goals of OA practice since muscular weakness is the leading cause of OA pain and disability.

Secondly, right way of body position gives rest and reduction of stress in specific area during yoga practicing. And this stress reducing effect also seems to be an effective mechanism in pain management in knee arthritis patients.

Then, systematic effect like lowered heart rate and increased respiratory volume and other body responses on to stress may work synergistically to alleviate pain by regulating sympathetic and parasympathetic tone. As a result, patients knee function can be improved by reduction of pain, gain of knee joint stability and flexibility. 

Why choose PhysioFit of North Carolina for my Yoga studio?

Our yoga classes are designed with medical conditions in mind with particular attention focused on improving your mobility and strength, while minimizing any pain and “picking at” a condition. This is part of the Feel it to Heal it Physio Approach to maximize benefits of exercise and get the most out of therapeutic exercise.

If you’re looking for a small studio (holds at most 14 participants) with attention to your condition, contact us to see how we can help you!

Arthritis Relief in Wake Forest, NC
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Three major modalities of treatment applying for management of arthritic patients are drugs, nonpharmacological interventions, and surgical interventions.

The nonpharmacological treatments including exercise, weight loss, education, and physical therapy are found to be effective for arthritic patients with less side effect and economic burden

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Arthritis Foundation recommends exercise programs for OA should include flexibility, strengthening, endurance, and balance components.

At PhysioFit of North Carolina, we address knee arthritis (knee OA) with exercise, manual therapy, education on supplementation and nutrition.

Our exercises can be paired 1:1 with our specialized Physical Therapists or used in our group classes.

If you are suffering from knee osteoarthritis and looking for relief in Wake Forest, NC, please contact us to see how we can help you!

Harrison Vaughan
Plantar Fasciitis Relief using Dry Needling in Wake Forest, NC

👊🏻For those of you struggling with plantar fasciitis, a 2018 article published brings to light some promising results.

🤙🏻Individuals who were treated with dry needling, manual therapy, ultrasound and exercise experienced significantly greater improvements in first-step morning pain, resting foot pain, pain during activity and were more likely to have stopped taking medication to deal with their issue compared to those treated with the same protocol without dry needling.

🤙🏻If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, contact us to see about incorporating dry needling into your treatment plan! We are your only therapists in the local area with Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Therapy.

🤙🏻Of course we tailor this approach to you alongside taping and our Feel It To Heal It Physio Exercises so you get the most out of your sessions and time!

Harrison Vaughan
TMJ Relief and Neck Pain Relief in Wake Forest, NC
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Temporomandibular disorders or TMJ Pain are often associated with headache and neck pain. 

In research studies, cervical posture is related to different factors of the body such as craniofacial morphology and temporomandibular dysfunction (TMJ pain).

This means the posture of your neck can be affecting your jaw and vice-versa!

The choice to deal also with TMD is because the relationship between temporomandibular joint “status” and head-neck posture should be investigated, within the craniocervical mandibular unit. 

Some studies, but not all, find correlation between the presence of symptoms of craniocervical dysfunction and temporomandibular disorders. Clinically, we can assess both areas of the body and determine how related they are, or how unrelated they are, in order to provide you treatments that are best suited to you.

Basically, this means we do not have a cookie cutter approach but tailor all treatments to your presentation!

If you are having headaches, neck pain, TMJ pain and even dizziness, contact us to determine if we can help you.

The Physical Therapists at PhysioFit address ALL of these symptoms within our “Physio Blend” - meaning, you can get treatments to your neck pain, headaches, TMJ and dizziness ALL in one place!

We are able to do this through orthopedic manual therapy to your stiff joints, tight muscles (soft tissues and fascial structures), exercise to strengthen your shoulders and neck and manuevers to fix your dizziness!

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Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

Healthcare can be notorious to express fear to patients to avoid exercise and movement. To an extent, there is some truth, but we know Movement is Medicine!

This is especially true if you are looking for exercises and pain relief for back pain, neck pain, and sciatica.

This post talks about how we help you overcome fear of movement through our Feel it to Heal it Physio Approach so you don't aggravate your symptoms while you improve confidence, movements and strength!

Learn more at www.physiofitnc.com

Harrison Vaughan
Have you tried everything for your pain?!

Have you tried everything for your pain but just not getting better?!  😫

👉Majority of our patients have had chiropractic care, prior physical therapy, acupuncture, massage, gym exercises, etc but just can't shake their back or neck pain!

👉👉The best way to improve pain is to calm the area down and one of the best ways to do this is to find what "picks" at your back, then improve it!  This can be the way you sit, walk, bend, or simply move.

👉👉👉We break down your movement patterns, improve what "picks" at it and provide exercises by our Feel it to Heal it Physio Approach.  

Harrison Vaughan