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17 Aug 20
BeneFIT PT’s Anatomy Series: The Knee (part 2)

We are continuing BeneFIT  Physical Therapy’s Anatomy  Blog Series this month with the Knee Joint. Each month we will feature a different part of the body.  BeneFIT PT’s staff is highly trained in knowing all about human anatomy so that we can effectively help our patients with their specific areas of concern, rehabilitation and strengthening. Last […]

10 Aug 20
BeneFIT PT’s Anatomy Series: The Knee (part 1)

We are continuing BeneFIT  Physical Therapy’s Anatomy  Blog Series this month with the Knee Joint. Each month we will feature a different part of the body.  BeneFIT PT’s staff is highly trained in knowing all about human anatomy so that we can effectively help our patients with their specific areas of concern, rehabilitation and strengthening. Our […]

3 Aug 20
Don’t Get Hamstrung by Your Hammy

Have you ever experienced a shot of pain in the back of your thigh?  People describe it as if someone kicked them but when they look around there is no one close to them.  Or have you ever had a nagging dull ache in the back of thigh that typically bothers you when you’re moving […]

28 Jul 20
“Why is my hip hurting?” Some common hip issues explained.

Hip pain is not as common as other issues, like knee or shoulder issues, we treat in Physical Therapy but it still is fairly common.  When it comes to hip pain, people often express their pain as being localized to one of three anatomic regions: the front (or anterior hip and groin), the back (or […]

20 Jul 20
BeneFIT PT’s Anatomy Series: the Hip

We are continuing BeneFIT  Physical Therapy’s Anatomy  Blog Series this month with the Hip Joint. Each month we will feature a different part of the body. BeneFIT PT staff is highly trained in knowing all about human anatomy so that we can effectively help our patients with their specific areas of concern, rehabilitation and strenghthening. […]