Articles Showing articles written by: Dr. Adam Cramer, PT, DPT; MyoFit Clinic

Avoid orthopedic surgery by trying physical therapy, first

A plethora of recent studies have indicated that for many orthopedic ailments—lower back conditions, torn ACL or meniscus, rotator cuff issues—taking the conservative path of physical therapy is just as effective, if not more so, than surgery. Armed with a high-tech arsenal of treatment methods as doctors of physical therapy at...

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Sharon turned to MyoFit Clinic physical therapy when she was told she needed knee surgery

Although MyoFit Clinic physical therapy clinics in Chardon, Middlefield and Ashtabula have remained open as an essential medical provider during the pandemic, my staff and I have also created a path to serve our patients by expanding into telehealth. E-visits allow our Doctors of Physical Therapy to connect live via video appointments to...

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Stay home while still enjoying quality care from MyoFit Clinic's Telehealth

Have you ever wanted to learn how to treat and reduce your pain from the comfort of your own home? Are you currently restricted from leaving your home? If so, Telehealth E-visits from MyoFit Clinic might be an excellent solution for you. MyoFit Clinic is one of the first in the area to offer E-visits—live, one-on-one video appointments...

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Avoid surgery by trying physical therapy, first

The knee is one of the most-used joints in the body. It’s designed to handle the repetitive stress of day-to-day use. But being pushed beyond its limits or turned in a direction it’s not meant to can cause pain and injury. When this happens, physical therapy is the best option for treatment. For many, the first step following a knee injury...

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Here’s why physical therapy should be your first option for treating carpal tunnel syndrome

When people feel wrist pain, they may assume it’s something bad, like carpal tunnel. The fact of the matter is, we all have a carpal tunnel—it’s the space within our wrist where veins, nerves and tendons travel from the forearm to the hand. Because of the complex nature of the wrist and hand, this tunnel can easily become compressed...

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