Blog Posts

Get to know our staff

As the new Marketing Manager of Landmark Physical Therapy, I took some time to get to know the patients at our three clinics. When I spoke with them, one comment I heard over and over was, “The therapists are so nice, it’s feels like a family!” So, I decided to take some time and get […]

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TMD Symptoms

Treating TMD with Physical Therapy

by Eric Ullman, PT, DPTOver the years, I’ve seen many patients with temporomandibular disorder, or TMD. TMD is often called TMJ, but that is not entirely correct. TMJ is a joint that connects the jaw to the skull. TMD is when that joint, and the surrounding muscles do not function correctly.Dentists and orthodontists often see […]


What is Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis and low bone mass currently affect more than 54 million people in the United States. As the number of people diagnosed with this disease grows, more people are asking, “What IS Osteoporosis?” The answer? Osteoporosis is when low bone density and low bone quality create fragile bones that put you at an increased risk […]

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Boxing: Fight Back Against Parkinson’s

While boxing has been used for many years to combat Parkinson’s disease, it has recently gained popularity and recognition. Boxing is not only a great workout, but it requires speed, agility, and power, all of which tend to decline in people with Parkinson’s disease. Boxing for Parkinson’s can help prevent further decline in movement and […]


Relieving Pain During Pregnancy

by Shane Snyder, PT, DPTBeing pregnant can be hard.During pregnancy, your body will go through changes. Those changes can cause you to be uncomfortable, which leads to being less active. While you may know that this is all part of the process, you may not know that Physical Therapy can help reduce the pain that […]

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Gait Analysis

Why a healthy runner needs Gait Analysis

by Jessica Stenehjem, PT, DPTWhether you are an elite marathon runner, have been running for fun for many years or just starting out, there is always a chance for injury. Most running programs train you to run long distances by building up cardiovascular endurance, however, many do not include enough practice with essential strengthening and […]


Happy Birthday, America!

It’s Independence Day! Fireworks, cook-outs, music, family! How do you love to celebrate the Fourth of July? Tell us in the comments below, and make sure you have a safe and fun holiday!  

Happy fourth of July

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Vertigo, Dizziness, or Losing Balance: Can Physical Therapy Help?

 By Claire Leiker, DPT and Landmark Physical Therapy If you are suffering from vertigo, dizziness or even losing your balance, you may be surprised to learn that physical therapy is often a valuable treatment option. Whether your condition recently started or has been present for years, there are specific exercises and treatments that may help reduce […]


How to Stay Healthy as a Senior

By Eric Ullman, PT, DPT & Landmark Physical Therapy One of the most common questions I get asked as a physical therapist is from people over the age of sixty.   What can I do to stay healthy as I age?  This is a loaded question because there are so many things that can be done to […]

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Runner’s Knee – A few quick tips

By Shane Snyder, DPT & Landmark Physical Therapy  Do you have knee pain with running? Is knee pain limiting your miles per week?  Runner’s Knee is often listed at or near the top of the most common running injuries.   Regardless of age, it affects most runners at some point in their training.  It can be very painful, […]