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Cupping Therapy: Does it really work?
Made popular by this years Olympic games, cupping has been around for thousands of years. The cups provide suction that moves stagnant debris, fluid, and blood from deep inside the tissue to the surface, and allowing your body to flush it. Once it flushes through, you can heal.
Accepting new patients in Stow, Ohio
We have joined forces with Dr. Aaron Chokan at the Ohio Foot & Ankle Center. Our newest clinic is located at 3226 Kent Road in Stow, Ohio! We are open and accepting new and existing patients!
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Ferrell Whited now offers Pediatric Physical Therapy to children from birth to young childhood. Pediatric PT helps treat conditions such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Genetic disorders and other developmental disabilities.
Available at our MAIN and NEOMED clinics, aquatic therapy is a great way to exercise or rehabilitate!
PT at NEOMED Clinic
Our clinic at NEOMED in Rootstown, Ohio offers a comprehensive physical therapy services including aquatic therapy and dry needling.
While it may look scary, it is far from it. Many patients find the positive effects of dry needling treatments are life changing!
Women's Health Physical Therapy
Physical therapy treatment options designed specifically for female related issues . Available exclusively at our Lake Medina Clinic.
Meghan Graf, LPT
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Many injuries can cause balance to become off, whether it’s due to increase pain or lose of strength or just poor balance.
Shoulder pain is a common occurrence for many adults. The diagnosis is usually what is called frozen shoulder, which consists of a loss of range in motion in the shoulder joint.
Derangement: known as a sprained outer aspect of the disc. It is seen in four different directions. Anterior (front) posterior (back) lateral (side) either right or left. With a derangement is pain is typically either center of spine or down either to the right or left. Pain can radiate (move) down arms. Range of motion is …