The biggest muscle in the body is the gluteus maximus (buttocks muscle).
A common injury related to this muscle is myofascial pain, which can be treated with manual therapy, stretching and strengthening exercises.
We are all born with all the muscle fiber we will ever have.
Make sure you take care of each and every one of them! We are here to help.
There are human tongue consists of 16 separate muscles.
We don't treat the tongue, but we can educate you while using OUR 16 muscles.
Your hands have 20 muscles.
Our therapists will help you make sure all 20 are functioning correctly.
The sartorius muscle is the longest muscle in the body.
This muscle runs from the hip area diagonally across the thigh to the inside of the knee. It helps flex the knee in activities such as walking and to rotate the leg. If an injury occurs to this area, we can help return you to your daily activities.
There are 52 bones in a foot.
Injuries to the foot can be debilitating. Stress fractures, tarsal tunnel and heel spurs can be treated by your PT team.
Humans and giraffes have the same number of bones in their necks.
Giraffe neck vertebrae are just much, much longer. We don't treat giraffes but we are experts on human neck conditions.
The hand has 27 bones, 8 of which are in the wrist.
Hand injuries account for nearly 10% of hospital emergency department visits. If you have a hand injury, whether traumatic or overuse, our experienced therapists can help.