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Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Athletic injury, post-surgery recovery and persistent pain are just some of the things that can send you to physical therapy. By working closely with a physical therapist or physiatrist you can begin getting your independence, strength, mobility and range of motion back. Learn more about this important health topic in our special blog series below. Plus, explore what ingredients make over-the-counter topical pain relievers work.

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What is physical therapy?

Learn what to expect from PT and how rehab can help.


At-home exercises

No excuses. You need to do them because they may be the most important part of physical therapy.


Post-workout pain? Nagging ache?

A topical pain reliever may offer relief. Learn more about over-the-counter creams, gels, sprays and patches.