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Degenerative arthritis, also known as osteoarthritis, is a condition involving joint inflammation. This condition is associated with joint deterioration over time. It is one of the most common types of arthritis and can be majorly disruptive to someone’s life. 
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A hernia is often associated with issues near the abdominal muscles.
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People often say that time heals all, but that’s not always true. If you sustain an injury, and it’s left untreated, you may still feel the effects years later. But that’s where physical therapy comes in. While many injuries heal on their own over time, others can cause symptoms years down the line, such as pain or a reduced range of motion. You may also still have issues that stem from an old injury if it wasn’t properly treated immediately afterward.
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Many people have had or know someone who has had physical therapy after a surgery. What you may not know is that physical therapy can, and arguably should, be done before surgery as well. This type of physical therapy is known as pre-surgery physical therapy or pre-surgery rehabilitation (prehab). 
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The title poses an important question for anyone suffering from plantar fasciitis, and the direct answer is you should seek out physical therapy as soon as possible after being diagnosed with plantar fasciitis. Read on to learn more about why you should seek PT so quickly and how it can help you. 
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