Pre-Surgery and Post-Surgery

FOCUSING ON PRE AND POST OP RECOVERY

You may not know that surgery is just one step on the journey toward better movement and less pain. With your Limitless Physical Therapy team at your side, we can help you before surgery by:

1. Setting expectations about your surgery and recovery, and
2. Giving you tools to be more physically prepared for surgery
3. Planning your initial post-surgical follow-up visits. If you are more prepared going into surgery, you are more likely to recover faster and get back to the life you want to be living.

We want to help you after surgery, too, to make the most of it. We can help you get your strength back, reduce stiffness and improve range of motion in the joint, give you tools to protect other structures (such as nearby tendons), be your support team, and much more. Physical therapy after surgery helps you attain the best possible outcomes and get you back to living your life.

Let us help you discover your future without limits!

Getting Through the (Carpal) Tunnel

In this day and age, a lot of us spend more time interacting with our computers for work or school than we do actually interacting with people.  Smartphones have stolen the headlines from computers as far as ergonomic issues go, but computers haven’t gone anywhere in...

Capping Off the Knee

The knee joint is one of the body’s simplest at first glance.  You can make it bend or you can straighten it out. Easy. Most introductory anatomy course will compare the knee joint, classified as a hinge joint, to a door hinge to help people understand how it works. ...

Wear and Tear

One of the most pervasive misconceptions related to physical health is that our knees are going to “wear out” as we age.  We’ve already discussed knee arthritis and how exercise is the best treatment option, already debunking the idea that the knee gets worn out just...

Strike Two (or More): Multiple Car Accidents

People are well aware of how common car accidents are, and it’s fair to guess that many readers have had a car accident at some point in their life.  Recovering from a car accident can be quite a challenge, even if the accident is relatively “mild”.  Accidents...

Kickstart Your Heart (Exercise)

When it comes to cardiovascular training (cardio), most people have a solid idea of what that is going to entail.  Running is typically what people think of, but biking and swimming will also often come to mind.  Regardless of the mode, it is pretty well understood...

Taking the Temperature on Heat vs Ice

A question that comes up just about every time someone is having pain is whether they should use heat or ice.  The traditional line of thinking is that you use ice if the injury is recent (meaning within 7-10 days) or if there is swelling, and you use heat for general...

Progression for Prevention

When it comes to exercising after New Year’s, people will tend to fall into 3 categories:  1)  the ones who only go for a couple workouts  2)  the ones that keep working out but doing the same workouts every time they go  3)  the ones who completely over do it and...

Optical Headaches… Not So Easy on the Eyes?

It’s 9:30 pm, you’re sitting on the couch at home just looking at your phone or TV, and it’s been at least a couple hours since you’ve looked at anything aside from a screen, and you’ve had a headache for the past hour or two.  Screen time, especially with cell...

Fix That Aching Head

If you have a head, you’ve probably had a headache.  Sorry to get scientific, but facts are facts.  For most people, headaches go away on their own or with an Aspirin and an ice pack.  No harm done. But sometimes headaches linger, possibly for a couple days or weeks...

Finding Your Center (of Back Pain)

As previously discussed, radicular pain (shooting pain down the course of a nerve as it exits the spine) is pretty common when it comes to back pain.  Some common pathologies typically associated with radicular pain are herniated discs and spinal stenosis (narrowing...

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1020 Green Acres Road
Suite 11
Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 654-0274

Fax (541) 228-9121

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947 Geary St. SE
Albany, OR 97322
(541) 704-7770
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1020 Green Acres Rd Ste 11
Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 654-0274
Fax (541) 228-9121


947 Geary St SE          Albany, OR 97332
(541) 704-7770
Fax (541) 704-7773

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Monday: 7AM-6PM
Tuesday: 7AM-6PM
Wednesday: 7AM-6PM
Thursday: 7AM-6PM
Friday: 7AM-6PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed