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Center for Orthopedic Physical Therapy (COPT) was known for manual therapy. John McCollum has been a manual therapist for 32 years and a teacher of manual therapy for 28 years.

Movement is life. Moving in a manner that promotes optimum musculoskeletal health is very important. Sitting, standing, bending, lifting and walking can be done in a way that is harmful to various parts of the body.

To successfully treat back and neck pain, a treatment approach must be proven effective and current with latest concepts.

Hips, knees, ankles, feet, shoulders, elbows, wrist and hands can be injured or become painful through wear and tear and need rehabilitation.

Knowing what exercise is appropriate for a patient requires experience and knowledge. It is wise to begin with a level of exercise the patient can master without increasing the patient’s symptoms.

A roller is a cylinder of foam that comes in varying densities, sizes and usually in 3 foot lengths. Roller therapy is an excellent adjunct to spinal and extremity care.

Thinking of the body parts being bricks and stacked on top of one another is a useful analogy in explaining how we approach improving posture. To have good posture the bricks need to be stacked one on top of the other.

Osteoporosis is a silent systemic skeletal disorder that involves weakening of the bone (especially the spine, hips and wrist) and is considered a growing epidemic within the United States.

The human body is not symmetrical. The human torso has a liver on the right under the diaphragm and a heart on left above the diaphragm.

When people think sports medicine they envision a gymnasium where every one is exercising. Our gymnasium is in individual rooms and the exercises taught are those that can be performed at home.