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Our Physical Therapist Stay Committed to Continuing Education

Our Physical Therapists are committed to continuing education in order to expand their knowledge and stay up-to-date on new developments. They have recently completed the following courses:   Dr. Chris Wickel,PT, DPT, Cert. MDT 2014 Advanced Clinical Practice of the … Continue reading

Back Pain

Exercise: The Answer for Back Pain Relief

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CPT Breaking Ground on State of the Art Expansion Project

Conshohocken Physical Therapy is excited to announce that we have recently broken ground on an expansion project that will allow us to better serve our patients and the community. Construction on our 11th Avenue facility began in mid November and … Continue reading


Conshohocken Physical Therapy Using Newly Developed Instruments to Treat Injuries

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Backpack Safety

Backpack Safety – Making The Grade?

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Low Back Pain

Managing, Treating and Avoiding Low Back Pain

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Cancer- Making Food Medicine

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Injury Prevention: How to Stretch Properly

Stretching is commonly misconstrued as using a certain muscle group often or a quick tug on the muscle. Many of my patients state that they are surprised their muscles are tight since they “remain active,” “run often,” or “stretch a … Continue reading



Golfer’s elbow…Tennis Elbow…Rotator Cuff Tendinitis…Achilles Tendinitis…Biceps Tendinitis…Knee Tendinitis… Do any of these sound familiar to you? The commonality here is that these are the most common culprits involved with “Tendinitis.” Late in the summer, many of you may be experiencing … Continue reading

Shoulder Pain?

Shoulder Pain?

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