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Physical Therapists Want to Help You Meet Your Health Goals in 2018

Celebrating the end of one year and the beginning of a new one has become synonymous with establishing resolutions for the 12 months ahead. Marking the new year with a list of goals—whether lofty or simple—is a chance to improve upon the year prior.  The practice requires a bit of introspection to identify the areas of life that weren’t quite up to snuff and a commitment to making changes. Either way, resolutions aren’t for the faint of heart, as the follow-through might be the hardest part of the whole process. In fact, a mere 8% of people achieve the goals they set for themselves on New Year’s Eve, according to research out of the University of Scranton.  As physical therapists, we acknowledge that we can do  better, too. Whether it’s spending more time with our families, adhering to a more consistent sleep schedule, or learning a new sport, we scratch out the same lists everyone does at this time of the year. But on a professional front, we’ve added a new goal for 2018: attaching a better definition to the term “physical therapist.”

Chances are you know someone who recently had physical therapy, or maybe you even went yourself.  But we are willing to bet you’d have trouble coming up with a quick way to define the service. We’re here to help! By background and training, physical therapists are movement specialists. Simple, right? We specialize in movement. We spend our days helping those who are having trouble moving due to a variety of causes. We diagnose, evaluate, educate, treat, and prevent depending on the individual case. We handily teach patients how to prevent or manage their conditions in order to achieve long-term health benefits. Most of all, physical therapists help patients return to the activities they once enjoyed: time with family, school, work, and  physical activities. Much of the work in physical therapy involves setting goals for patients to reach. We develop plans to reduce pain, promote movement, and restore function and we help you meet those goals one step at a time. Let’s work together to reach our goals in 2018, and keep each other on track!

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