By

Allison Chaney
There are many different types of conditions that can affect the shoulder. Adhesive capsulitis is one of those conditions and it is the fancy medical term for what is more commonly known as frozen shoulder. First – a little anatomy lesson first so that we are all on the same...
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working out with an injury, advice from a physical therapist
If you’re a regular exerciser, have an active profession, or enjoy playing some type of sport, you have probably done a little too much and been sidelined with an injury at least once. Of course we try to prevent injury when we can, but it can happen to anyone. More...
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hiring physical therapists in the st louis area in ofallon st. peters and farmington missouri
Axes Physical Therapy is once again pleased to announce more expansion and hiring within our organization. Since 2015 with two locations and the desire to change the physical therapy landscape in the Midwest, Axes has quickly become a place of great importance to patients and the caring employees who make...
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“Kenny, before “the accident”, was my 53 year old fiancé who worked as a chef for 35+ years who, over the last few years, fell in love with not only me, but also the game of golf. Kenny and I met at Lift For Life Academy, LFLA, a charter school...
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woman experiencing dizziness and vertigo from bppv
WHY am I DIZZY?! Dizziness is a common complaint seen by physical therapists who treat vestibular dysfunction. In fact, millions of people in the United States develop dizziness from vertigo. Vertigo is a feeling that you or your surroundings are spinning, which can increase fall risk. There are many different...
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Athletic Training Services in St. Louis Missouri at Wentzville Schools, Timberland, Holt, and Liberty
Athletic Trainers are health care providers responsible for student athlete safety. Athletic Training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and facilitation of rehabilitation of their team’s medical conditions. However, only 40% of secondary schools in Missouri have full access to an athletic trainer. Axes made it a mission to ensure that...
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Scoliosis Management with Physical Therapy in St. Louis
Do you remember going to those dreaded school physicals every few years? Usually, the worst part was wondering how many shots you were going to need that year. However, for some, when the doctor asked them to bend forward and touch their toes their lives would change forever. This simple...
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Every year, St. Louis Magazine highlights the A-List, a tribute to our region’s finest favorite healthcare providers, restaurants, personalities, and more! In 2021, Axes Physical Therapy is honored to be nominated to WIN in not one, but TWO categories! We thank everyone who have supported us as a small, local...
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OVERUSE INJURIES IN YOUTH SPORTS RESULTING IN APOPHYSITIS
My wife (Ali Bauer) and I are both health practitioners and parents of 3 kids. We understand the importance of encouraging a healthy lifestyle for our children, which includes a smart diet and plenty of exercise. I think it is safe to say that most parents know how important regular levels of physical activity are for children, especially...
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raynauds syndrome
Have you ever noticed in winter weather or cold temperatures that the color changes in your fingers, toes, and/or nose? If it is also accompanied by numbness or a freezing sensation, you may be part of the estimated 8% of people in the United States with Raynaud’s Syndrome.
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