Osteoarthritis affects over 3 million people in the US every year. More common in men under the age of 45, and becomes more common in women after this age. It can be caused by weight, genetics, aging, history of injury or surgery, overuse of repetitive movements of the joint, and joints that do not form correctly. Read more

TMJ dysfunction and Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are musculoskeletal specialists that typically see a variety of issues related to the spine and extremities. One joint that most do not realize physical therapists are qualified to treat includes the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). TMJ is essentially the joint of the jaw. TMJ dysfunction can be categorized as frequent popping or clicking in the jaw, difficulty chewing, or generalized pain in the jaw area. Read more

Achilles Tendonitis and How Physical Therapy Can Help

Achilles Tendonitis is an injury of the achilles tendon typically due to overuse or an introduction of a new activity. The gastrocnemius and the soleus muscles make up the calf complex at the lower leg to create the Achilles Tendon which inserts to the calcaneus (heel bone). This diagnosis typically occurs with the sudden increase in repetitive activities that put excessive stress on the achilles. The tendon therefore is unable to recover between activity which results in pain.

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To PT or Not to PT During a Pandemic

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 handle their unique case. We at Red Canyon Physical Therapy certainly cannot make the decision for you. What we can do is offer some facts regarding the pandemic to allow you to make your most informed healthcare decisions. According to the CDC. Read more

COVID-19 Update:


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 a result, we implemented the following measures at all our clinics: Read more

Home Office Workstation Recommendations

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 ideal home office setup and proper workstation posture. Read more

Update: COVID-19 Precautions

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 the CDC guidelines, we are limiting the amount of patients in the clinic at one time by adjusting our schedules. We have increased our cleaning protocols – all equipment, surfaces, and high-traffic areas are being cleaned before and after any patient contact. Our therapists are continuing to practice proper handwashing before and after each patient.

We ask that if you are feeling ill or have been around someone who is, please call us to reschedule your appointment for a later time.

We are currently open during our normal hours (M-F 6a-7p). If this happens to change, we will contact our current patients as soon as possible. Our goal is to stay open as long as we are able to and continue helping our patients that need Physical Therapy.

Please don’t hesitate to call us with any questions or concerns.