Tips, tricks and information

Weak Ankles?

John de Noyelles

March 15th, 2017

At MOVE Physical Therapy, we see a variety of orthopedic conditions in which we determine that the ankles and feet are at least partially responsible for. These conditions include knee, hip and even back pain. But what happens when the ankle has been injured, is weak or painful? As often as we see ankles with… Read more »

All wound up?

John de Noyelles

November 14th, 2016

What are you stretching? I have written previously about short versus tight muscles, using an example of short or tight hamstrings limiting the ability to bend and touch your toes.  Think about the stretch feeling you get in the back of your thighs when attempting to bend and reach for your toes.  That stretch feeling… Read more »

“If it’s not their ass it’s their elbow.”

John de Noyelles

July 11th, 2016

A client of mine said this. I can’t take credit for it and please don’t hold me responsible for the foul language. She took an old saying and modified it to convey how her clients describe their current aches and pains. My client, although not in a healthcare profession, provides more competent healthcare advice than… Read more »

“But I have Arthritis!”

John de Noyelles

May 6th, 2016

Arthritis is an unfortunate term. Due to our association with the diagnosis, we picture an evil presence inside our body and a “disease” that spreads and wreaks havoc on our joints to cause pain and stiffness. We didn’t see it coming and we don’t know how it got there. We are the innocent prey, and… Read more »

New Homepage Launch!

Justin Sullivan

April 29th, 2016

We have redesigned the homepage to feature the information that most patients and clinicians are looking for! In the coming weeks, we will be continuing to re-vamp the rest of the site to offer a comprehensive resource for our current and prospective patients and referral network. Please, give us feedback!

The ‘Magic Wand’ of Therapy

John de Noyelles

February 5th, 2016

Those in pain want an easy fix. Who can blame them? But relying only on pills or magical passive techniques typically won’t do if longstanding pain relief is the goal. To a fault, many healthcare practitioners tend to over-rely on passive techniques. Physical therapists are no exception. A passive treatment is one that is done… Read more »

Knee Pain? Treat the hip.

John de Noyelles

November 22nd, 2015

Your knee hurts.  It’s been annoying you for a few weeks or months now, but you’ve been too busy to get it checked out.  Finally, you schedule an appointment with an orthopedist who gives you a knee-related diagnosis and writes you a prescription for physical therapy.  Or, you were aware that you could skip this… Read more »

Sleep series: Pillows

Justin Sullivan

October 28th, 2015

“If you’re not sleeping, you’re not healing” I say this a lot.  When we sleep our bodies switch over from ‘go’ to ‘recovery’.  That is — if you let it.  This short article is a part of a series where I will be discussing some of the most important components of sleep.  Today, that topic… Read more »

October 2015 Newsletter

Justin Sullivan

October 14th, 2015

Our October newsletter. Move Physical Therapy offers a monthly newsletter featuring tips, recommendations and updates regarding physical therapy and various other topics related to health and wellness.

Website redesigned!

Justin Sullivan

October 13th, 2015

Our website has been newly redesigned to feature the most relevant content and make navigation easier! Tell us what you think!

Nagging Shoulder Pain?

John de Noyelles

October 2nd, 2015

If you have undergone previous therapy for shoulder pain then this exercise may look familiar: If it looks familiar and you still have a painful shoulder, then maybe this exercise was not the most effective or appropriate. This exercise is one of several cookie-cutter activities for the rotator cuff. It is a standard go-to in… Read more »