By: | Published May 18, 2020
Walking 30 minutes a day has been proven to have a multitude of positive effects on the body and overall health. For example, walking: Decrease’s risk of death from cardiovascular disease and cancer by 20%. Boosts immune function to help fight off common cold and flu. Strengthens your …
Posted in Adrian Michigan Physical TherapyBrooklyn Michigan CLinicHealth & Wellness | Tagged safety, simple exercise, walking
By: | Published May 4, 2020
What makes physical therapy three-dimensional? That question actually has multiple answers, but the one I want to explore today is that at 3DPT we believe in treating the whole person. This includes their mind, body, and spirit. Obviously, as physical therapists our primary focus is on …
Posted in 3D PT TeamAdrian Michigan Physical TherapyHealth & WellnessPhysical Therapy | Tagged physical therapy, physical therapy adrian michigan, tecumseh michigan
By: | Published April 1, 2020
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By: | Published March 23, 2020
In response to the Governor of Michigan’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order, 3D PT is pleased to announce that we have added telehealth services as an alternative option to in-clinic visits. These visits will include physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy visits. These …
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By: | Published March 16, 2020
Dear Valued Patients, We are closely monitoring new developments regarding COVID-19 (corona virus).  The health and safety of our patients and employees is of the utmost importance. As a healthcare provider, it is our responsibility to keep our patients and other team members safe and healthy. Currently, …
Posted in COVID-19 | Tagged COVID-19
By: | Published October 2, 2019
Researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) found patients who first saw a physical therapist or chiropractor for low back pain, rather than a primary care physician, were much less likely to be prescribed opioids. Low back pain is one of the most …
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