Billie Jo Donahue
Billie Jo Donahue's world turned topsy-turvy after a tumble at an exercise class left her with a broken wrist. The break needed surgery to repair it properly. But, as Billie Jo found out, the surgery was only the beginning…
Are you an athlete interested in enhancing your balance, agility, strength, and flexibility in order to increase your overall performance? Listen as athlete Blake Roth patient at Louisville KORT OBC shares how he is in…
Barbara did not let cancer keep her down. LIVESTRONG at the Y and KORT Physical Therapy helped her gain strength, try new activities like yoga, and find a community of support. LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, a small-group program…
Ruth Humphreys had suffered with headaches and neck/shoulder pain for many years. She had tried injections and other treatments with no relief, and was having trouble completing the daily activities of life. Then she heard…
Kimberly Peterson suffered from a bulging disk in her lower back last fall. Before starting physical therapy, all she wanted was to be able to walk around the block with her dogs.
Six months ago she was on the couch in…
Terrance re-injured his ACL for the second time playing football for Georgetown College. After coming to KORT, he feels stronger and more agile than he did before he had the original ACL injury!
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IASTM (A-stim) treatment has been proven effective for a number of
chronic soft tissue conditions including Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles
Tendinosis, IT Band Syndrome, Shin Splints, Knee Pain, and Hip Pain.
Rather than just treating the symptoms presented by these conditions,
the IASTM process targets the physiological source of the pain or
injury. IASTM effectively deals with scarred or degenerative tissue that
can occur after injuries in muscles, tendons or ligaments. IASTM
stimulates the return of healthy muscle and tissue. When combined with
stretching and strengthening exercises, chronic soft tissue pain and
discomfort become a thing of the past.
The following conditions typically respond well to IASTM: