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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Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Therapy Is Gaining Fame in the out Patient Setting, and for Good Reason! Teton Therapy is constantly seeking new and innovative treatments for our patients. We offer optimal care for a wide range of diagnoses, injuries, and conditions! Our patients are our main concern, and we want each therapy service customized…

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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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Our fun, FREE, informative workshops are our way of saying thank you to our valued patients & communities of Wyoming for allowing us to serve you. These workshops include unique exercises, special features, and specific techniques used by our Physical Therapists to help relieve your pain. “These workshops are a great way to demonstrate some…

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After an injury or just a lazy winter, reintroducing physical activity can be difficult & stressful. By doing routine exercises and Physical Therapy, you can improve performance & get back to improving your health! When taking time off from physical activity, your body is likely to lose tone, condition, and flexibility. Letting yourself ease back…

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 Headaches are frustrating to manage & one of the most common of all physical complaints Headaches are a complex and confusing form of pain. You either know someone who deals with headaches or you struggle with them yourself. The majority of headaches are caused by stiff muscles, tight joints, and poor posture. Many patients who…

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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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Winter weather can create hazardous conditions, making slips, trips, and falls more common for all of us. Take time to address winter hazards and avoid injuries!     Although falls are a constant concern regardless of winter, individuals need to be especially careful in avoiding falls during the winter time. Cold temperatures can create normal environments…

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Back pain or discomfort is a common result of pregnancy.  During pregnancy, your body goes through many changes that can cause stress and tension in different muscles. Doing exercises that increase muscle strength in the hips, back, and abdomen are great for preparation for your pregnancy. By improving your lower back strength during pregnancy, you…

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December Newsletter Teton, Therapy, Wyoming

Teton Therapy is committed to the health and well-being of Wyoming communities. Patients that receive physical therapy and occupational therapy from our staff are treated like family and are our number one priority. A Cheyenne patient, Joseph Bates, has seen a difference in his everyday life thanks to Teton Therapy!   “Since I’ve been going…

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