28Feb, 2017

Experiencing Heel Pain? Plantar Fasciitis Might be the Cause.

By: | Tags:

One of the most common causes of heel pain today is plantar fasciitis (PLAN-tur fas-e-I-tis). As many as 2 million Americans per year experience Plantar Fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis creates a pain that feels like someone is stabbing your heel as the inflammation of a thick band of tissue runs across the bottom of the foot that connects the heel bone to the toes (plantar fascia). Most people experience a stabbing pain, at the heel or along the arch and ball of the foot, first thing in the morning but as […]
READ MORE

31Jan, 2017

Taking Care of Your Achilles Tendon

By: | Tags: ,

The Achilles tendon, the largest tendon, is one of the most common tendons to rupture. This tendon stretches from your calf muscles all the way to the bones of the heel. The Achilles tendon is frequently injured and in most cases it is mild and just feels like a burning sensation/pain or stiff; however approximately 30,000 people in the United States aging from 30 to 49 experience severe injury meaning the tendon is torn or ruptured. There are many different type of treatment for the Achilles tendon injury. Physical Therapy […]
READ MORE

30Dec, 2016

Oklahoma Physical Therapy Offers Spinal Therapy

By: | Tags:

Do you have long lasting back pain? Do you spend most of your day trying to relieve the pain in your bank? Have you considered Spinal Decompression? At Oklahoma Physical Therapy we offer spinal therapy. There are two types of spinal decompression; surgical and nonsurgical. Nonsurgical decompression is often used to treat the following ailments Back or Neck Pain Sciatica-pain, tingling or weakness that is felt from the back to the leg Herniated or bulging disks Injured spinal nerve damage Posterior Facet Syndrome-worn spinal joints At Oklahoma Physical Therapy we […]
READ MORE

28Dec, 2016

A Gift from Our Student Interns

By: | Tags:

This was a gift basket from our student interns from Langston University. Thank you to all our exceptional student interns for their efforts over the past 9 weeks!
READ MORE