The effects of age are known to us all, and you might very well believe that your discomfort is something you’ll just have to get used to. How would you feel if you knew these symptoms were indicative of something that is entirely treatable?
A surprising number of men over 30 suffer silently from low testosterone. They might (and often do) believe that their symptoms are simply the by-products of the years, a toll that they must pay with every birthday. What an overwhelmingly large number of men don’t know, is that decreased muscle mass, decreased strength, lack of energy, lack of focus, and so much more, is often an indicator of low testosterone.
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With more and more states offering direct access to physical therapists — meaning that you don’t need a referral from your primary care physician to start seeing a physical therapist — physical therapy is becoming a common treatment option for people with musculoskeletal concerns. But misconceptions about what PT is abound. Here are some common myths about PT, busted:
- Myth: Physical Therapy Is Only for Rehab
Truth: It’s true that people very often use physical therapy to recover from an accident or medical event (such as surgery). But PT isn’t limited to repairing extensive damage. Physical therapists work to improve function in a more general sense, too. So if you’re not meeting your movement goals — whether you’re a basketball player