The shoulder is possibly the coolest part of the body! Involved in many of the ways we interact with our environment, the shoulder must be extremely mobile while still maintaining enough strength to complete activities. Its unique anatomy makes it a frequent source of pain as well as a common culprit for dysfunction in other…

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Picture this. It’s a beautiful summer day outside. Birds are chirping, the bright sunlight shines through your window, and you decide that you want to take a morning stroll around the neighborhood. You put on your walking shoes, grab your water bottle, turn to walk out the door, then suddenly, “BAM.” Your feet fly out…

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You need 2019 to be a healthy, happy, and pain-free year! Here’s the deal: It’s a new year and many of us have restarted our insurance benefits. It’s very likely that your Physical and Occupational Therapy benefits have refreshed and you have access to all of your allotted PT and OT visits. This is especially…

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Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a neurological disorder that affects around one million people in the United States. It is the second-most common degenerative brain disorder affecting adults, after Alzheimer’s disease. Because Parkinson’s Disease causes movement and balance issues, people with the disease are more likely to fall and suffer from injuries as a result.  It…

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Congratulations to All Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy Graduates! At Teton Therapy, we love training and mentoring physical and occupational therapy students.  We take immense pride that we are a training facility for these future caregivers. What better way to contribute to the physical therapy and occupational therapy fields than by helping to build up…

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