We find ourselves in extraordinary times. Because we are Physical Therapists, healthcare is our business and helping people to overcome issues is what we do. An individual’s healthcare issue recovery plan during these days is in question when leaving your home can be deemed “risky”. There is not a playbook on each how individual should […]
About Brian Weisman
Certified Physical Therapist, Brian Weisman
Physical Therapist Brian Weisman of Red Canyon Physical Therapy is certified to offer several methods of manual orthopedic therapy that cater to different needs depending on what would be most beneficial for you.
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To our valued Red Canyon patients, We wanted to reach out and give a quick update. Currently, Red Canyon is open, with normal business hours, to offer essential healthcare services. As COVID-19 continues to be a threat, we want you to know the health of our patients and staff is our top priority. As […]
Due to recent events, more people are working from home. When working from home, it is important that your home office workstation is set up correctly to reduce injuries and promote good posture. Some common injuries due to poor ergonomics include neck, back, and wrist pain as well as headaches. Below are recommendations for an […]
To our valued Red Canyon family, During these difficult times, we wanted to reach out to our patients. First and foremost, our patients’ safety is our number one priority. We want to ensure you that we are taking all of the recommended and necessary precautions to keep our clinic clean and our patients safe. Per […]
Have neuropathic pain? Chronic intractable pain? Tried conventional methods without any luck? Well the Xavant Stimpod NMS460 could help you. Here is a little background information on the company that created the device, how the device works, and the conditions it can treat.
It’s that time of year! With the winter months finally here, it is only a matter of time until we get snowstorms. No matter the amount, snow can pile up and be quite heavy. With shoveling snow, there can be an increased risk of injury due to carrying, tossing, bending, and lifting heavier loads. It […]
Written by Shannon Hall, DPT Chronic pain is defined as pain lasting more than 3 months. In the United States alone, it is estimated that of the 255 million adults, nearly 126 million of them suffer from chronic pain. That means that almost half of the population suffers from some form of chronic pain. Put […]
As the holidays approach, it is no secret that following a healthy routine is hard to maintain. Between delicious holiday meals, family get-togethers, and traveling, maintaining a normal activity level can be hard to do. Studies have shown that staying moderately active can reduce your risk of developing chronic lower back pain by up to […]
It’s that time of year again – summer is now over and children all across the area will be returning to school. As students prepare for another year of learning, backpacks will be filled with school supplies, computers, and books. Most individuals simply think about the convenience-purpose of wearing a backpack and do not realize […]
As we begin to get older, keeping our balance can become harder. We may even find that we are more prone to falling. Falls are a serious concern for older people; not only can they cause bodily harm but they are costly as well. There are specific parts of the body that help regulate balance, […]