Category Archives: Neck Pain

Opioids or Physical Therapy? You Choose.

Why aren’t we talking about physical therapy as an alternative to the opioid problem? Why isn’t it even a part of the conversation? The Media Problem I was listening to the Diane Rehm Show today on the Opioid problem and the CDC’s new guidelines and I recall no mention of pain education (not education on…

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Yoga Workshop for Back, Neck & Shoulder Issues in Greensboro, NC

Do you have popping, clicking or pain in your shoulder when you raise your arms? Are you unsure if the pain you are feeling is a good workout pain vs. an injurious type of pain? Do you have a bulging or herniated disc and are unsure if yoga is safe for you? Dr. Aaron LeBauer…

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What do Breast Cancer, Mastectomy, Reconstruction, Shoulder Pain and Tightness have in common?

Do you have chest pain or tightness?  Have you had breast cancer?  Have you undergone a mastectomy, partial mastectomy, breast reconstruction (TRAM Flap), augmentation or had your lymph nodes removed?  Do you feel like there is an “ace bandage” wrapped around you?  Do you have cording or tightness in your armpit?  Do you also have…

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New Video: Myofascial Release & Craniosacral Therapy with a CranioCradle – Greensboro, NC

The CranioCradle is a soft and easy to use self-treatment tool that relieves stress, tension, and pain.  In just 10 minutes you can restore your body to a deep state of comfort and relaxation.  It can really help your whole body let go, while providing people with headaches, migrains, tension, neck and shoulder pain a…

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Video: Self Massage & Myofascial Release at Home to Relieve Your Pain

Myofascial Release is not only an awesome and highly effective treatment technique to receive during a therapy session, it can be used at home and this is what makes it stand out from the crowd. Self Myofascial Release using a small inflatable ball feels good, can reduce your pain and symptoms as well as prevent…

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Video: Neck Pain, Headache, & Migraine Relief Exercises & Self Massage

Do you have neck pain, frequent headaches, migraines or a “crick” in your neck? If you answered yes to the above question, this may be the most important video you will ever watch. If you have any questions and to learn more about how you can feel awesome again, call our office in Greensboro at…

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What’s the difference between a physical therapist and a chiropractor?

If you have this question you are not alone. This is one of the most common questions I receive, especially from people who have never been to both a physical therapist and a chiropractor. There are many different types and styles of physical therapy and chiropractic treatments. I am not a chiropractor and do not…

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Greensboro Physical Therapist says MRI’s are not always necessary.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services increased by approximately 84% from 2004 to 2010 when the physician owned the MRI equipment/facility compared to 12%. This was reported in a recent report by the Government Accountability Office and they concluded that “financial incentives for self-referring providers were likely a major factor driving the increase in referrals.” You…

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What is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial Release is a therapeutic treatment that uses gentle pressure and stretching to facilitate the release of fascial restrictions caused by accidents, injury, stress, repetitive use, and traumatic or surgical scarring. This hands-on therapy is a powerful healing technique that restores your natural motion, and allows you to return to a pain free, active lifestyle.…

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Headache and Migraine Treatment and Relief in Greensboro, NC

Do you have frequent headaches, migraines, tension and/or neck pain? Do your headaches keep you from concentrating on your work, school or activity? Do you experience frequent migraines that keep you from enjoying life? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is probably the most important blog post you will read.…

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