Are you thinking of getting knee or hip replacement surgery? Ask yourself these three questions first!
So, you’re thinking about knee or hip replacement surgery… it’s a big decision. Alongside getting a mortgage, starting a family, and walking your children down the aisle, major surgery is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make in your lifetime. And yet… have you thought about it much? Have you thought about what surgery will mean for you in the future, for your family, or for your mobility? There’s a lot at stake. It takes careful consideration, and oftentimes you’ll need to ask yourself some hard hitting questions. We know it isn’t easy, and it can feel as though you just don’t know where to start. But, don’ worry, we’re here to help. Keep reading to see three of the most important questions you need to ask yourself before undergoing knee or hip replacement surgery.
As we move through these unprecedented times, we’re faced with new issues every day. These teething problems may include installing a hand-wash timer in the bathroom, packing the dishwasher more often, or planning meals further in advance than you normally would. One other problem that may not have caught your attention yet is back health. Working from home, and spending so much more time on the sofa or in bed, can wreak havoc on your back in the long term. It’s absolutely vital that you take care of your back and prevent low back pain from taking hold in your life. Luckily, we’re here to help. Take a look at some of these helpful tips to stave of low back pain and keep you fit and healthy as you tackle the other, non-physical issues around you.
Our mission at Jones Physical Therapy is to help our clients find safe, natural ways to decrease pain and life the lives they want without the need for medication, shots or even surgery. One of the things our patients ask us for help with, are headaches and migraines. We have been very successful in doing this for our clients through our Dry Needling Program. Recently
Walking for most people is the easiest way to get in better shape. It’s a great all round exercise that employs the biggest muscle groups in the body and its an activity that most of us can do. Walking is good for the heart and lungs, and reduces joint and spinal pain over time. Walking requires
In my career I have had the privilege of working with people of all ages and from all walks of life. Most people come to me at a point in life where they want to make a change or they need help to move forward. That willingness to change, get out of your rut,
Feet are the platform for all mobility, without healthy feet, life can be very challenging. Feet absorb a lot of use and abuse and in fact 50% of all sports injuries occur below the knee. A sedentary person takes 2000 steps a day, an active person takes 10,000 steps a day.
Neck pain is the second most common pain complaint in the world (back pain is number one). Neck pain can be caused by injuries like whiplash, a fall or heavy lifting. It can be caused by degeneration of the structures in the spine such as
"We Help People Recover From Injuries Quickly And Completely Without The Use Of Medication, Shots Or Surgery So They Can Live The Active, Pain-Free Lives They Want And Deserve."