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Help me! I have a tiny Leprechaun stabbing me in my back!

by Dr. Doug Bonnesen, July 29, 2018

Has anybody out there ever had back pain and wrenched their back like I did last week digging out clay dirt in my back yard? I’m feeling a lot better after doing my therapy, and I have a whole new appreciation for good body mechanics. I just had a patient named Isaac from El Dorado, […]

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Frozen Shoulder: What is it? Can it be Fixed???

by Cody Barnett PT, July 27, 2018

Today we’re going to talk about a condition called frozen shoulder. What is it and why does it hurt so bad? Frozen shoulder is a condition that involves a part in our shoulder called the joint capsule. For reasons only partially known, this joint capsule will tighten up on itself, causing pain and severe tightness. […]

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3 Exercises To Do When You Have Back Pain

by Cody Barnett PT, July 2, 2018

Today I want to talk to you about what type of exercise is okay and beneficial to do when you’re having back pain. A common question that we are asked almost every day from people with back pain is: can I go back to exercise or can I exercise? And the short answer for most […]

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Flip Flops – Should I wear them? Can I wear them?

by Cody Barnett PT, June 14, 2018

It's summertime and the big topic that always comes up around here is... SHOULD I wear flip flops or CAN I wear flip flops? Our first question that we typically ask our patients, is number one, are your shoes TOOLS or JEWELS? And we'd really like them to be tools instead of jewels. Now, we're not […]

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Let us “Screen” Your Movements This Spring

by Cody Barnett PT, May 14, 2018

Let’s talk about the last time you—or someone close to you—interviewed for a new job. Chances are that the first step was a phone screen with your potential employer, and when you passed that portion of the process with flying colors, you were then invited for an in-person interview. At that stage, the employer probably […]

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Rotator Cuff (or Cup!) Injuries in Wichita, KS

by Cody Barnett PT, April 23, 2018

Rotator Cuff (or Cup!) Injuries in Wichita, KS Today we’re talking about the rotator cuff, or as some people like to call it, the rotator cup. But here's the deal: there's no cup, and it's four muscles that support our shoulder. Frequently, when we read about it in the newspaper, or you hear about an […]
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One hip flexibility test every runner should do

by Cody Barnett PT, March 26, 2018

The One Hip Flexibility Test Every Runner and Triathlete Should Do (but most don’t know about) For this week’s blog, we’re going to talk about the one hip flexibility test that every runner and triathlete in Wichita, KS should do but probably doesn’t know about. I’m going to show you one quick little test that […]
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Low back and sacroiliac pain explained

by Dr. Doug Bonnesen, March 2, 2018

For this week’s blog, we’re going to talk about low back pain. I had 4 new evaluations on Monday and they were all a different form of low back pain/hip pain. Whether your lifestyle is sedentary or active, low back pain can be experienced by anyone and this proves true with clients we see in […]

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Arthritis and Cold Laser

by Dr. Doug Bonnesen, January 29, 2018

This week I want to go over some info on arthritis. We’ve had some patients in the clinic this week with some arthritic issues, and I wanted to tell you what we’re doing for this. One of the treatments we’re finding that actually helps really well is something called an 830 nanometer cold laser. This […]

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