Hamstring injuries are most prevalent among athletes, particularly those who run, jump or kick.
If you have a Baker’s cyst, a physical therapist can teach you range of motion and strengthening exercises to reduce symptoms and maintain knee function.
If you have osteoarthritis in one or both hands, hand therapy can help preserve your joints.
Running is the most common cause of shin splints.
After knee replacement surgery, physical therapy can help strengthen the muscles in the knee and increase the range of motion in the joint.
With spinal stenosis that causes leg pain, walking can exacerbate the problem, while sitting or bending forward can decrease the pain.
Depuytren’s disease usually starts with nodules that progress to tendon-like bands that pull the fingers into a position bent toward the palm.
An untreated mallet finger could lead to arthritis or to a permanent deformity of the involved finger.