Monthly Archives: March 2018

Spaghetti for Possibilities

Spaghetti For Possibilities

Atlantic Physical Therapy is proud to help sponsor the Spaghetti for Possibilities 7th Annual Spaghetti Dinner. The Friends of Possibilities is an organization formed by families of Diabetic campers and camp staff to provide support at Camp Possibilities. Camp Possibilities is a non profit organization that provides summer camp for children with Type 1 Diabetes…. Read more »

First State Detachment Marine Corp League

First State Detachment Marine Corp League

Atlantic Physical Therapy is proud to help sponsor the First State Detachment Marine Corp League at their 13th Annual Golf Tournament Pictured Left to Right; Atlantic Physical Therapy, Ed Weeks and Wendell Young

Why Try Therapy

Why Can’t I just have surgery? Wouldn’t that just solve the problem? Why should I try therapy? These are questions I hear often when a patient has struggled with pain for a while and is frustrated. But the reality is that for many conditions, physical therapy can be just as effective as surgery in reducing… Read more »

Dislocated Elbow

An elbow dislocation occurs when the bones of the forearm ( radius and ulna ) move out of place compared with the bone of the upper arm( the humerus). The elbow joint, formed where these 3 bones meet, become dislocated, or out of joint. A dislocated elbow occurs when the bones that make up the… Read more »

Preventing Falls

Are you worried about a loved one falling? Are you worried about yourself falling? A physical therapist is trained to identify a person at risk for falls and create a plane of care to decrease that risk. Falls can unfortunately result in a fatal injury. According to the Center for Disease Control’s statistics: One out… Read more »