My hands got so stiff from arthritis that I had a hard time doing simple tasks with my fingers. Kristin worked with me and showed me exercises to do to help me loosen up my muscles and learn to live with my limitations. I am so grateful that I called Therapy Unlimited for my free consultation to learn that I could do something about my hands. My doctor thought it was a great idea to do therapy and wrote a prescription the same day I talked to him!


I came because of a back issue which has been recurring for years. The staff was able to set me up with a daily routine to help reduce the frequency of flair-ups as well as a tool kit of techniques for when the pain is more severe. I would highly recommend Therapy Unlimited to anyone experiencing chronic issues.

Robert S.

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Ankle Sprains & Rice?

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Fall brings cooler weather, baseball championships, basketball and football games, and lots of holiday parties to show off those gorgeous high-heeled shoes.  What do any of these things have to do with physical therapy? - Ankle sprains of course! And what does rice have to do with ankle sprains? R.I.C.E or "rest", "ice", "compression", and "elevation" is what anyone with an ankle sprain should do immediately following an injury.

Sprains can be mild to severe and very painful and potentially require a visit to the Dr. and/or subsequent physical therapy to promote healing. 

Follow the link to a great article on additional information about ankle sprains.