Holidays an Ideal Time for Refresher on Proper, Safer Lifting

December 7, 2020

Digging out boxes of holiday decorations, hauling packages to and from the car, hiding gifts away on the higher shelves at the back of your closet … the Holiday Season certainly requires its fair share of bending, lifting and reaching.

Physical Therapy More Effective than Drugs for Chronic Pain

December 4, 2020

As health care professionals and researchers continually reevaluate the effectiveness and safety of prescription drug use for chronic pain, Lynnwood physical therapist Nancy Mitrano emphasizes that physical therapy has long been considered a safer, cheaper and more effective treatment for such conditions.  More than 25

Find Relief from Tension Headaches with PT

November 3, 2020

With all that’s happening in the world – from the pandemic and political campaigns to economic issues and at-home schooling – 2020 will likely go down as one of the most high-stress years in recent history.  So, it’s likely more people are

5 Ways to Feel Gratitude in the Face of Challenges

November 3, 2020

November is a month when gratitude takes its place in the spotlight of American culture. Yet, with the challenges our country has faced this year, a popular notion as we approach the final weeks of 2020 is “let’s just get

‘Why Movement Matters’ during National Physical Therapy Month

October 6, 2020

While the profession of physical therapy is often characterized under the generalized label “rehabilitation,” Lynnwood physical therapist Nancy Mitrano is eager to create a wider narrative – one that focuses on physical therapy’s overall ability to change lives by helping people move

See Your PT Annually for Injury Prevention, Early Intervention

October 6, 2020

We all know that visiting your physician for an annual physical is critical in maintaining long-term health, just as dental exams twice each year helps ensure oral health throughout a lifetime. But what about annual check-ups with a physical therapist?  According to physical therapists

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Will Running Damage Your Knees? Studies Say No.

July 7, 2020

Is running bad for your knees?  Physical therapists say this is a common question among both avid runners and those who may start running for exercise or to participate in that first 5K.  It’s a question that highlights a common concern about running – that it’s an activity that’s good for

Back pain? Studies say get PT first.

July 7, 2020

During a time when people are growing more skeptical and concerned about the use of prescription pain medications, a recent study gives hope to the 80 percent of Americans who will experience back pain at some point in their lives,

Create a Safe, Productive At-Home Workspace

June 4, 2020

As millions transition into working from home to help thwart the spread of the coronavirus, maintaining both comfort and productivity has no doubt been an issue for many.  While in-office workstations are often designed around ergonomic considerations and long-term trial and error, ensuring optimal comfort and health, home

Summer Pro Tip: Wear Your Flip-Flops with Caution

June 4, 2020

Warmer weather means lighter clothing all around, and footwear is no exception. But before you grab the flip-flops for summer outings and activities, Lynnwood physical therapist Nancy Mitrano offers a word of caution: long-term flip-flop use can not only be bad for the feet, but


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