Tag Archives: back pain

Getting Back to Work After an On-the-Job Injury

Returning to work after an on-the-job injury can be a daunting task. In addition to navigating the insurance claims process, injured workers want to find the best care possible so that they can return to work quickly and safely.  That’s why choosing the right treatment provider is critical. Rebound Physical Therapy is the only therapy […]

Physical Therapy in the time of COVID: One Rebound Patient’s Story

When low back pain prevented Sara Evans from bending over to tie her shoes late last fall, she knew it was time to give physical therapy a try.  Evans, a Bend resident and mother of four school-aged children, suffered from a herniated disc that initially left her with debilitating back pain. Evans said her back […]

This Holiday Season, Travel Pain Free

Have you ever experienced aches and pains while on a road trip riding in a car or airplane for extended periods of time? Our bodies are made for movement, but during long road trips, we are confined to our seats often leaving us with cricks, creaks, aches, and pains at the end of an exhausting […]

Back Pain Does Not Mean Bed Rest

In the old days, when you hurt your back, your doctor told you to go on bed rest for back pain until it felt better. However a lot has been discovered since then and gone are the days of prolonged bed rest.  Most often, engaging in proper movements and postures are well as a gradual […]

Backpacks for the Younger Crowd

Makings of a good backpack Padded shoulder straps for comfort. Contour straps, sometimes called S straps, prevent chafing at the armpits. Padded back reduces pressure, prevents contents from digging in and structures the pack. Compression straps on the sides or bottom allow for adjustments in fit. * Waist belt distributes some of the weight load […]