Knee Meniscectomies Linked to Osteoarthritis

A meniscal tear is one of the most common sports-related knee injuries in the United States. Traumatic tears in young athletes and middle-aged weekend warriors are usually treated surgically, even though beneficial evidence from clinical trials is lacking. Instead, research has shown that total and partial-knee meniscectomies are linked to early osteoarthritis. (see research summary…

Physical Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) causes tingling, numbness, and weakness in the wrists and hands. Activities that require repetitive or prolonged bending of the wrist can cause compression of the median nerve. When the median nerve is compressed or inflamed, it causes nerve symptoms. CTS is more common in women, people who work with their hands,…

Improving Musculoskeletal Health for Less!

Improving Musculoskeletal Health for Less! Our founder, Aideen Turner was interviewed by Outcomes Rocket. Listen to this podcast to learn how VPT’s innovation is changing how musculoskeletal pain is addressed.  VPT enables access to the best clinicians in the country anywhere, anytime.  Early access to a specialist saves time and money and gets you back…