Fall is arguably the most beautiful season of the year. Cooler temperatures, comfy sweaters, the smell of a fire burning in the fireplace, and the changing colors of nature that surrounds us in the beautiful northwest. Raking leaves can be an enjoyable way to spend time out in nature.
By Ryan Bourdo, DPT Fellow Oregonians, the time has come again (for the last time?!) for daylight savings to come to an end. And for those with the fortitude to brave the darkness during their runs, there are a few things that Rose City Physical Therapy would like to share to keep you as safe […]
By Debra Anderson, DPT The World Health Organization estimates the lifetime prevalence of non-specific low back pain will affect 60-70% of individuals. Low back pain is also the leading cause of limited activity and one of the most common reasons for missing work. Physical therapy is known to be very effective in treating low back […]
May is National Arthritis Month and Rose City Physical Therapy would like to spread the word about joint health, prevention, and treatment. Arthritis is one of the most widespread health conditions in the United States affecting one in four adults – over 54 million men and women. We’ve selected a few articles that highlight the […]