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New Year’s resolutions are a great way to motivate yourself to live a more active life. At P3, we encourage you to be fit, be strong, and reach for new goals! Make 2022 the year you put your past behind you and start over with a more healthy lifestyle. We also want to help keep you on track throughout the year. If you find yourself stopped in your new active routines because of pain, P3 is the place to go for help. Our physical therapy keeps you in training as you eliminate your knee pain, back pain, shoulder pain, or neck pain. We can help you get out of pain fast so you can make this the year you keep your New Year’s resolution!

Pain That Comes and Goes

Most of us experience pain at some point, but when it comes and goes in the same area, then it’s time to investigate. For example, lower back pain that comes and goes could be related to a number of things. It could be a stiff joint or a herniated disc. It could also be related to something happening with the soft tissue structures. If you have pain that comes and goes, download one of these free guides to learn more about your pain and how to self treat or manage it:

Pain That Occurs During Specific Activities

There are different types of joint pains. What about pain that gets worse during specific activities? Maybe you have a shoulder pain that doesn’t bother you until you work out at the gym. After your workout, the pain lessens again. This may be an example of tendinitis in the shoulder, which is often the result of a sports injury. When the tendons in the rotator cuff area become inflamed, your shoulder joint can hurt or become stiff, especially when you use it in certain ways. Tendinitis can be either chronic or acute pain. Other types of pathology, such as a sprain or a strain, are also examples of acute pain. If this sounds like you, please contact us, and we’ll help choose the right Free Guide above just for you.

Pain That is Constant or Worse After Exercise

There’s nothing more inhibiting to your exercise routine than constant or worsening pain! How often have you begun a workout already in some pain, and then, when you are doing a certain activity (squats, for example) your pain gets much worse? When your pain is more than just the good aches and pains from getting your body to a better place, please don’t ignore it! If your constant pain actually gets worse and lingers for 1-2 days after a workout, there could be a serious issue. It probably won’t go away without proper treatment and therapy. Contact us to schedule a free phone consultation. We want you to be active without the pain!

OKAY…. BUT HOW?!

As Physical Therapists, our job is to know and understand the biomechanics, pain producing motions, and subsequent treatment to orthopedic injuries. Our goal is always getting you back on track to crush your resolutions. That begins on day 1 with us, where we find the cause and start attacking it! Each subsequent session, we continually assess and reassess in order to make sure we help you progress towards your goals. We provide interventions, modifications, and supplemental activities so you can keep moving forward! We also thrive with questions! So, write them down on a piece of paper, notepad, or in your phone, and bring them with you.

Pain That Keeps You From Doing What You Love

What do you really want to do this year? Whether it’s a big goal, like running a marathon, or a more modest goal, like planting a garden, we want you to succeed! If pain gets in the way and keeps you from accomplishing your active goals this year, P3 is the right place to call. Seeing a physical therapist first is smart. We are experts in treating and managing orthopedic injuries. We can help you get right back into your routines without the pain! Contact us to schedule a free injury assessment or evaluation. Make sure you leave your phone number so we can call you back.

The therapists at P3 have several treatment options for each type of pain, whether it’s in your knees, your back, your shoulders, or your neck. We strive to keep you active and get you pain-free without surgeries or medications. Physical therapy with P3 really can solve your acute or chronic pain problems. The year 2022 is looking like a great year for you!

About the Author

Dr. Andrew Junak is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist. Dr. Junak received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Walsh University and completed his Orthopedic Specialist training at the Cleveland Clinic. He is the owner of Peak Physiotherapy and Performance, a physical therapy clinic in Canal Winchester, Ohio. He serves the local communities of Lancaster, Grove City, Pickerington, and Columbus. Dr. Junak is passionate about helping people solve their problems in order to get them back to doing the things they love.

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