Patient Insurance Benefits are Renewing Soon!

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Get Physical Therapy and Treatment before your insurance benefits renew!

For a vast majority of patients, insurance benefits renew at the beginning of the year. That is why it is important to get treatment before the first of the year when your deductible resets.

According to Grace Walker, Physical and Occupational Therapist, our revolutionary treatment programs are helping patients GET BETTER FASTER even if they have tried physical therapy, acupuncture, steroids, or chiropractics before!

Some of our programs include:

  1. Revolutionary 830laser
  2. Kinesiotaping (KTTAPE)
  3. Pressure-Point Release Therapy
  4. FLEX-N-MOVE Program

Most of our treatment programs focus on the ROOT CAUSE of the pain/problem and does NOT wear off like most medicines, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, heat or ice. It focuses on the body’s own healing power and accelerates that process leading to long-lasting relief. Patients love it!

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Call for an appointment now at 714-997-5518

Walker Physical Therapy and Pain center

1111 W. Town & Country Rd. Ste. 1

Orange, CA 92868

Grace Walker, Physical and Occupational Therapist

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Achilles Tendinitis

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achilles tendinitis

Grace Walker says ” The Achilles tendon connects your calf muscles to the heel bone, and is the largest tendon in the body. It’s an incredibly strong tendon, though it’s not without its weaknesses. Achilles tendinitis is an inflammation of the tendon that is generally caused by overuse and subsequent stress. Although this type of injury isn’t necessarily linked to a specific injury, it may arise out of a sudden change in exercise habits, or from not stretching your calf muscles properly. Occasionally bone spurs can also cause Achilles tendinitis. At Walker Physical Therapy & Pain Center, we are experts at treating foot and ankle pains. We commonly see patients with Achilles tendinitis and have come up with a list of do’s and don’ts.

Walker’s Do’s and Don’ts for Achilles Tendinitis:

  • DO wear cushioned shoes with a good base of support.
  • DO use an icepack 30 minutes before bed.
  • DO follow your doctor’s instructions.
  • DON’T wear flip flops, sandals, or shoes with little support.
  • DON’T walk on uneven surfaces.

Call for an appointment now at 714-997-5518 1111 W. Town & Country Rd. Ste. 1, Orange, CA 92868

-Grace Walker, Physical and Occupational Therapist

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