As a former Solider in the United States Army and a retired Maryland State Trooper, physical activity and fitness was a lifestyle for Gregg. During a routine workout in Chestertown, Gregg encountered a large hill on his course. Sometime during his ascent, he started to feel pain in his knee. He pushed through the pain, to finish his workout, and “walked it off,” at the end.Read More
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Noah had never been to physical therapy before and wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. Once he arrived, he was pleased to be greeted with smiling faces at the front desk. Once Noah was called back to the evaluation room, Brian then began to assess his pain. In recounting his first day at Tidewater Physical Therapy, Noah says that Brian was very helpful by asking a lot of specific questions about what caused the neck and back pain to start, and what made it better or worse. It was clear that Noah’s neck and back pain were caused by his physically demanding job at Rise Up Coffee Roasters.Read More
Jean learned that she had a comminuted fracture of her right proximal humerus (the long bone of the arm) and had also dislocated her right shoulder. She would need surgery as soon as possible; however, Jean was faced with another obstacle because the surgeon that would do the operation was on vacation.Read More
February is the month of love. Boxes of chocolate, dozens of red roses, fancy candlelight dinners and mushy greeting cards covered in applique hearts and lace.
But at Tidewater Physical Therapy, we celebrate the month of love a different way. We honor the special relationships formed between our physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, physical therapy technicians, administrative staff and patients. We also celebrate the trust and bond formed between our physical therapists and patients due to the one-on-one attention we are known for.Read More
As we ring in 2017, we want to take the time to reflect on 2016. Tidewater Physical Therapy saw many positive changes last year. We added new members to our internal Tidewater Physical Therapy family, with the addition of three new clinical directors; two of whom are the senior physical therapist at their respective clinics.Read More
Slowly but surely, we are all getting older; but just because we are aging doesn’t mean that we have to age poorly. As the inevitable process of aging occurs, physical therapy is a great tool that can be used to help people stay in shape, reduce likelihood of injury or disease, and sustain good health. Physical therapists are experts in movement and the right physical therapy programs can help patients reduce the amount of age-related health problems that occur in their lives.Read More