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Postpartum Physical Therapy: Help For Uncomfortable Postpartum Symptoms

What is Postpartum Physical Therapy?   Postpartum Physical Therapy is a type of physical therapy that can be very helpful for postpartum moms. Pregnancy and childbirth can damage the muscles and connective tissue of the pelvic floor, causing all kinds of inconvenient and uncomfortable symptoms for women after they give birth.  Our Physical Therapist at Gulf Coast Pain […]

Warning Signs You Might Have Whiplash

While whiplash typically comes from car accidents, any incident that causes a sudden jerking of the head can result in the condition. Other common causes include slips and falls, physical sports and assaults. Unfortunately, the potential dangers of whiplash go far beyond neck pain. This is why you should know how to immediately recognize the […]

What is Regenerative Medicine?

Regenerative medicine is the process of replacing, renewing or engineering human cells, tissues, organs, proteins, etc for the purposes of restoring function and homeostasis in the body. It uses any means to heal otherwise nonfunctional cells, tissues and organs. One of the key components of regenerative medicine is the use of cell replacement strategies which […]

What Injuries Qualify as “Emergency Medical Condition” under Florida PIP Law?

When hospitals, doctors, and medical staff need to decide whether someone’s car accident injury qualifies as an Emergency Medical Condition (EMC), what criteria do they follow? What types of injuries are they looking for?   Florida PIP Statute §627.732 states it this way: An “emergency medical condition” is defined as a medical condition manifesting itself […]

Physical Therapy for Temporomandibular Disorders

The physical therapist at Clearway Pain Solutions, Dr. Kendra Keyes Metcalfe, PT, DPT can develop a program for you that includes learning and practicing techniques for regaining normal jaw movement.   The focus of physical therapy for temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) is relaxation, stretching, and releasing tight muscles and scar tissue. Physical therapy is an especially important […]