Is your head bone really connected to your neck bone?

Some of you may remember singing this song as a young child. It may very well have been the way you learned the names of your knees, hips, shoulders, neck and head in elementary school. And it’s true….our bones are all connected in some way.

That’s why it’s often important to work on strengthening all our bones and muscles. For instance, if you’re experiencing lower back pain, it may help you to strengthen your lower abdominal muscles to give your back more support. If you’re having neck pain, it may help to strengthen your shoulder muscles. If you have knee pain, it may actually be caused by something in your hip. A physical therapist is the best place to start to help determine where the source of your pain is coming from, and where to focus your exercises to strengthen your bones and muscles.

So, don’t just let this song run through your head, give us a call to help you get out of pain and back in action! #GetPT1st