Tag Archives: physical therapy

Heart Health Awareness

Heart Health Awareness It’s February, which means it’s time to shine a spotlight on Heart Health Awareness Month. In this blog, we will share some key insights about getting to know your heart health and steering clear of heart diseases. Plus, we’ll share how physical therapy can play a crucial role in supporting your heart’s […]

How Quads/Hips Affect Knee Health

How Your Quads and Hips Influence Your Knee Health   Welcome to the Merrill PT blog! Today, we’re diving deep into the intricate relationship between your quadriceps and hips and the impact they have on your knee health. Whether you’re an athlete, a parent, work a desk-job, or an older adult, understanding this connection is […]

Winter Sports Safety

You either love winter or you hate it.   Here at Merrill PT, we embrace the thrill of the first snowfall! It’s our cue to gear up for adventure—whether it’s skiing or snowboarding down Granite Peak, ice skating at the Smith Center, snowshoeing at Council Grounds State Park, or sledding at Sylvan Hill. While frolicking […]

What is Dry Needling?

Dry Needling for Trigger Point Release: Unlocking Orthopedic Relief Dry Needling, is a technique performed by a skilled physical therapist, utilizing slim needles to stimulate soft tissue trigger points, muscular tissue, and connective tissues. This approach proves effective in managing various orthopedic conditions, whether acute or chronic. Through dry needling, physical therapists employ a safe […]

Merrill PT Has Moved!

Exciting News: Merrill Physical Therapy Moves to 1219 East Main Street! Change is in the air, and we at Merrill Physical Therapy are thrilled to announce our big move to our brand-new location at 1219 East Main Street in Merrill, WI! This fresh start comes with a promise of a fun, inviting atmosphere that will […]

Hip Pain: Causes & Treatment

What is hip pain? Hip pain refers to discomfort or pain felt in or around the hip joint, which is the largest joint in the body. The hip joint connects the thigh bone (femur) to the pelvis and allows for a wide range of motion, such as walking, running, and jumping. Hip pain can be […]

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