Minor Injuries – Why a Few Sessions with a Physical Therapist Might Be the Fastest Route to Recovery.
Move It or Lose It! When an injury occurs that causes pain or restricts your ability to perform, what do you do to get moving again? We used to treat these injuries with the RICE method — rest, ice, compression, and elevation. That treatment is still valid in some circumstances, but studies show that the… Read More
All of us have probably laughed at that famous line “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”. Sadly, that isn’t a joke for the 1 in 4 people who may develop painful hip arthritis in their lifetime. Those who suffer with a hip damaged by fracture, arthritis or other conditions know all too well the… Read More
Here’s a fact: The human foot has 42 muscles, 26 bones, 33 joints, and at least 50 ligaments and tendons made of strong fibrous tissues to keep all the moving parts together. It is an amazing marvel with its ability to carry hundreds of pounds of weight and forces every day. The foot’s different parts… Read More
Here at Bellevue Bone and Joint Physicians, we know that looking and feeling our best for the holidays is important. The rush to look physically fit and healthy for the season can climb to the top of the list of priorities for many of us. Whether you are new to the fitness world or… Read More
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we’re sharing an infographic to spread the knowledge and to help people, like you, stay healthy. Have any questions? Contact your physical therapy team in Bellevue to learn more!
At Bellevue Bone and Joint Physicians, our physical therapists are filled with invaluable skills and passion to help patients in need. Today, we’d like to highlight one of physical therapists who has proven to be such a great asset to our team: Clyde Johnson completed his physical therapy training at Eastern Washington University in 1991.… Read More
At Bellevue Bone and Joint Physicians, our physical therapists are filled with invaluable skills and passion to help patients in need. Today, we’d like to highlight one of physical therapists who has proven to be a staple in our team: Robert Bradbury, a top physical therapist in Bellevue, received his degree in Physical Therapy from California State… Read More
The majority of people can take for granted the freedom of mobility that their arms have. But that changes quickly if they are told that they require rotator cuff surgery. Seattle area residents with this injury have been able to get their busy, active lifestyles back on track, thanks to the world-class orthopedists and sports… Read More
Is combing your hair, tucking in your shirt, or reaching above your head painful? In Bellevue, physical therapy has assisted many in overcoming the pain of rotator cuff disorders. Our BBJP physical therapists know just what soft tissue and muscle groups to target. We can help you strengthen and reduce the pain, as well as… Read More
If you saw last night’s NCAA Championship game, we’re sure you gasped as Kentucky’s Alex Poythress (#22) leaped over Connecticut’s Lasan Kromah(#20) or reveled in the moment Kentucky’s James Young (#1) dunked over two Huskies. But if you were watching the game closely, especially during Connecticut’s awe in their 60-54 victory, you might have noticed… Read More