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  • Sep 12, 2015

Hamstring tears take a long time to heal, the symptoms persist and they have a high rate for re-injury. Due to this they pose a problem for successful treatment. Here at Sunnyvale physical therapy, we too have had our fair share of frustrations dealing with this difficult condition. The degree of difficulty associated with this condition implies that traditional methods of treatment and rehabilitation were most likely inadequate. Latest research in the area provides some good news for patients and physical therapists alike. ..

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  • Nov 12, 2014

We at our Sunnyvale Physical Therapy clinic know that stress fractures occur when continuous stress is placed on bones, fatiguing the bone structure.  Unlike most fractures of bones where a large-scale impact causes a partial or complete breakage, stress fractures occur over a much longer time span. Instead of a sudden impact, continuous, less severe impacts accumulate over time.  These fractures are quite small, and have also been described as hairline fractures in the medical field. ..

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  • Jul 18, 2014

At physical therapy San Jose we know that hypermobility of joints, often known colloquially as being “double jointed” is the condition when a person can extend and stretch a joint without any pain or discomfort despite moving beyond the normal range of motion. Children naturally possess hypermobile joints at birth because their tissues are not fully mature. But when this condition extends into adulthood, it can pose some problems. An adult or child suffering with hypermobility may experience the following: ..

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