• How Sleep Affects Recovery

    How Sleep Affects Recovery

    March 18, 2022

    Sleep: The most overlooked method of recovery As most of us know, it is recommended that a person gets 7-9 hours of sleep each night. However, do you know why sleep is so important? More specifically, why sleep is so essential for recovery after an injury or surgery? Sleep does many things. It’s not just […]

  • The New Standard of Postpartum Care

    The New Standard of Postpartum Care

    January 6, 2022

    The New Standard of Postpartum Care: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy On average, 3.75 million women give birth in the United States per year, and 100% of them will have some level of injury because of it. Those injuries will be perineal, abdominal, or both. There will be muscle strains, ligamentous sprains, and soft tissue tearing, […]

  • Why choose PT first?

    Why choose PT first?

    November 30, 2021

    Why a PT Should Be Your Go-to Musculoskeletal Provider Physical therapists are some of the most skilled providers when it comes to musculoskeletal diagnosis and treatment. We truly are musculoskeletal specialists. Physical therapy is a doctoral degree now, and we get an extensive amount of education in school. We are also required to stay up […]

  • How to Navigate Achilles Tendon Ruptures and Recover Fully

    How to Navigate Achilles Tendon Ruptures and Recover Fully

    March 20, 2018

    We see a fair amount of Achilles tendon repairs across our 14 locations at Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy. Also called the calcaneal tendon, these little buggers can be one of the most challenging and difficult injuries/recoveries in the world of orthopedics. Mainstream athletics focuses so much on ACL as likely the most prominent injury/surgery in […]