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Injury Rehabilitation Videos

Advanced Cone Taps For Knee Replacement

One of our more advanced exercises for knee replacement patients, this one is typically added to the treatment plan once the patient has progressed within their strength and range of motion enough to handle these more advanced movements.

An Adaptation Of A Common Quad Stretch

Follow along as Dan shares an adaptation of the common quad stretch that is very effective in helping to build mobility in the quads and hip flexors. This stretch can be used to alleviate low back pain, as having tight quads and hip flexors prevents your low back from moving the way it should.

An Amazing Back Mobility Stretch

Follow along as Dan walks us through an amazing mid-back stretch that just about anyone can perform!

Ankle Injury Treatment

It's time to take control of your ankle injury! At BURD Physical Therapy, our experienced team skilled in treating ankle injuries will help you get moving again. In this video, we'll explain what causes ankle pain and how we can help with treatment. We'll also demonstrate three exercises that are proven to improve your range of motion and reduce discomfort. By doing these exercises regularly, you'll start feeling better and be back on your feet in no time!

Ankle Mobility And How Back Issues Can Impact It.

It's important that your Physical Therapist take a full-body approach to your care and treatment. Here, Dan explains how Brett's back injury has impacted his ankle mobility and how we're able to test that mobility to help identify the next steps in treatment!

Assisted Flexion for the Shoulder - Exercise Demo

You may be familiar with this assisted flexion shoulder exercise, but did you know you can make a small adjustment to how you perform the motion to be able to better target your scapular muscles?

Balance & Fall Prevention

At BURD Physical Therapy, we strive to provide comprehensive care for balance issues as well as fall prevention. Through personalized assessments, we work to identify risk factors that may cause a person to have an increased risk of falling.
We use techniques such as gait training, strength and balance exercises, and specific therapies designed to improve joint mobility in order to help restore balance.

Additionally, we can suggest lifestyle modifications that help reduce the likelihood of falls. Our therapists also provide education about fall risks so our patients can make informed decisions about their own safety.

With our team's expertise and experience working with seniors and those with disabilities or chronic illnesses, BURD Physical Therapy offers tremendous potential for improving stability, balance control and reducing the risk of falls in our patients.

Visit to learn more about our personalized approach and to get back to doing what you love!

Balance And Fall Prevention

Falling is not a normal part of aging, by taking steps to prevent falls, your likelihood of serious injuries decreases.

Our physical therapists are experts in how the body moves. We identify and treat movement problems in people of all ages and abilities.
We can help you to decrease the possibility of falls by providing hands-on care, education, and by prescribing specific exercises or activities.

You can prevent falls by making your home safer, getting regular health checkups, and participating in our Fall Prevention Program at Burd Physical Therapy.

Banded Backward Lunge

After a patient has had knee replacement surgery, it's critically important that we focus on hip stability and strengthening just as much as the knee itself. Here, Chelsea shares the benefits of this backward banded lunge and why it's beneficial for post-knee replacement therapy!

Basic Post Operative Knee Exercise

Bri demonstrates and explains a very basic exercise for patients right after knee surgery!

Chair Stands For Core

The sit-to-stand exercise strengthens your lower body and helps you maintain or improve your mobility and core strength.

The end goal is to do the sit-to-stand exercise without using your hands. This will be easier as you become stronger.

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Cone Taps For Gait Improvement

If you have a lower extremity injury or have had surgery, you may be having a problem with your gait.

The ultimate goal of gait training in physical therapy is to help you walk normally and safely.

Contact us today and let us help you get back to doing what you love.

Core Exercise at BURD Physical Therapy

These three exercises are designed to target your core muscles. A strong core helps you stay balanced and injury-free, as strengthening the muscles of your abdomen and lower back can help reduce the strain on your back and other parts of your body.

Core strength is one of the most important conditions for physical therapy because it helps with posture, stability, coordination, and even preventing injuries in everyday activities and sport.

Strengthening your core can help improve balance, coordination and flexibility; all of which are essential for avoiding injuries. So make sure to add core exercises into your workout routine – whether you’re an athlete or not – to prevent future injury!

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Creating End-Range Knee Flexion

This knee mobilization exercise is very efficient with creating end-range knee flexion and getting rid of some of that residual scar tissue that can hang around after knee replacement surgery.

Eccentric Shoulder Raise

After a shoulder injury, building back range of motion is critical. Here, Chelsea shares an eccentric shoulder raise that is a great building-block exercise as the shoulder recovers.

Forward BOSU Ball Lunge

Your quad tends to be the weakest muscle after having knee replacement surgery. Here, Chelsea shares a tough, yet effective exercise for strengthening your quads post-surgery.

Gentle Knee Flexion - Post Operative Therapy

We continue on this week with some gentle knee rehab exercises! This heel slide enables patients to gain greater leverage when performing knee flexion modalities as Bri explains.

Glute Evaluation And Utilization At BURD Physical Therapy

Dr. Daniel Strack demonstrates how proper evaluation and utilization of the glutes can lead to improved range of motion, decreased pain, and better overall musculoskeletal function.

Heal Faster From Knee Pain With BURD Physical Therapy

Whether you're recovering from an injury, surgery, or simply experiencing chronic pain, we're here to help.

Think of us as your partners in recovery, dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and reclaim your quality of life.

Give us a call today and see how we can help you heal from knee pain.

Hip Strengthening

We do a full body evaluation with our patients on a regular basis to make sure that we are addressing any issues or symptoms caused by an injury or that could be exasperating it. Here, Dan walks us through how a hip and low back exercise ultimately is helping with recovery from a neck injury.

Hurdle Stepping For Knee Flexion

Hurdle Stepping may look easy and simple, but it is actually a challenging exercise for those recovering from knee replacement surgery. Here, Chelsea describes the importance of gaining flexion in the knee through hurdle stepping and how that helps with daily life.

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Join us here as one of our Physical Therapists - Dan - explains a common exercise-induced injury: Iliotibial Band Syndrome (IT Band Syndrome.)

Improving Range of Motion For an Arthritic Shoulder

Arthritis can make many motions uncomfortable or painful if done quickly, so improving range of motion is critical to treating an arthritic shoulder! These types of exercises focus on slow, deliberate motions and stretches to relieve pain and tension.

Julie Gets The Care She Deserves

Testimonials like this one are why we love doing what we do. EVERY patient deserves individual care. Our patient's goals will always be our mission ❤️

Knee Extension Exercise Demo

Knee extension and range of motion issues are common struggles after knee replacement surgery. Here, Chelsea shares a great exercise for treating those symptoms

Lat Row For Shoulder Rehab

The lat row is a very traditional exercise back exercise. Here, Chelsea explains why we like to use this exercise as part of shoulder rehab.

Learn why Tauri LOVES coming to Physical Therapy now

Everyone welcome Tauri!
Tauri is one of our MOST energetic patients. We love her charisma and her enthusiasm. She comes to PT ready to crush every session! She even rocked her BURD PT shirt for this patient spotlight! 🙂

Lower Body Flexibility Evaluation at BURD Physical Therapy

In this video, Dr. Daniel Strack will guide you through an evaluation and techniques to determine your lower body flexibility.

By assessing your mobility, our Physical Therapists will provide personalized recommendations to improve your joint health and prevent injuries.

Lumbar Spine Issues & Treatment At BURD Physical Therapy

Don't let back pain hold you back any longer.

Trust BURD Physical Therapy to help you get back to the activities you love, pain-free.

Book your appointment today and experience the difference we can make!

Marching Bridge Exercise For Assessment

The Bridge is a great exercise for the glutes, as well as the spinal stabilizers.
But it can also serve as a simple (but very effective) assessment tool for lumbo-pelvic-hip stability.

Marching Bridge Movement

Join us here as Dan shares a very effective and challenging hip stabilization movement that has been an influential part of Rosemary's progession!

Mid-Back Isolation Stretch

Here, Dan shares a very effective way to isolate, stretch, and strengthen your mid-back while protecting your low back.

Nerve Flossing After A Back Injury

Have you ever heard of nerve flossing? That's right, flossing isn't just for your teeth!

Here, Dan explains the benefits of nerve flossing and at what point during treatment we typically progress to these types of exercises with our patients!

Patient Evaluations

We take initial patient evaluations at BURD Physical Therapy very seriously! Not only do we want to ensure we're assessing your issues correctly, but we also want to hear from you! We empathize and understand that YOU are the one battling through the issues that brought you through our doors in the first place. It's our goal to listen to your experiences and understand your struggles so that we can better treat you! 🤗 #PatientCare | #PhysicalTherapy

Pelvic Tilt Exercise For Low Back Pain

Learn about one of the most important and most effective exercises to do when it comes to low back pain!

Pendulum Shoulder Stabilization Exercise Demo

A pendulum shoulder stabilization exercise that we love including in treatment plans for patients post-shoulder surgery!

Physical Therapy for Arthritis Of The Shoulder

Sometimes physical therapy can be a great alternative to surgery, depending on your ailment!

Here, Aaron shares part 1 of his story, as he found Burd Physical Therapy to help him find relief from chronic pain caused by arthritis in his shoulder. Great job with your treatment plan, Aaron! We've loved being a part of your recovery.

Physical Therapy for Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder impingement is actually a very common condition found in athletes, weekend warriors, and sedentary adults!

Your shoulder complex is composed of several joints and many intricate muscles. Therefore, recovery is often slow at first. However, if you stick to your physical therapy program, you can usually expect a full recovery in just 3 to 4 months.

Get back to doing what you love sooner!

Physical Therapy in Rochester NY For Knee Injuries

Physical therapy can be an essential part of treatment for knee injuries, with the goal of helping patients regain range of motion and strength while reducing pain.

Physical therapy can also help to prevent future injuries by helping patients to improve their joint flexibility and muscle strength. In addition, physical therapy can help patients return to their previous level of activity more quickly and safely.

At BURD PT, we use a variety of techniques, including exercises, stretches, massage, and electrical stimulation, to achieve these goals. If you are experiencing pain or limited mobility due to a knee injury, physical therapy may be right for you.

Rehab and Train With The Alter G

The Alter G Anti-Gravity treadmill is a revolutionary piece of workout equipment that can provide a wide range of benefits for users. Perhaps most importantly, the Alter G can aid in the healing process for those who have suffered an injury.

By unweighting the user, the Alter G takes away much of the stress and strain that is placed on the body during traditional forms of exercise. This can allow injured muscles and joints to heal more quickly and effectively.

In addition, the Alter G is extremely comfortable to use, making it a great option for those who are looking for a low-impact form of exercise. Whether you are looking to rehabilitate from an injury or simply want to reduce the amount of impact on your body, the Alter G Anti-Gravity treadmill is an excellent choice.

Reverse Pendulum Kettlebell Exercise - Shoulder Impingement

We've been highlighting various warm-up and stretching techniques for Patty's shoulder impingement treatment and now we move on to some strengthening exercises. This reverse pendulum kettlebell exercise is a light, yet effective exercise to engage the shoulder joint to ease into strengthening the shoulder.

Rhomboid Strengthening

Another great back strengthening exercise with Bri! We find that while it's simple, this exercise, in particular, is extremely effective for many individuals as it's common to develop weak back muscles from frequent sitting and slouching. Great job Larry!

Ron uses Burd's Aquatic Therapy to Get Back to Bowling Strikes 🎳

Meet Ron! Ron participates in our Aquatic Therapy program. He sought us out for some knee issues he's been having. Like Ron, our patients find the pool increcibly beneficial when it comes to their therapy. Wish Ron the best as he strengthens that knee for more bowling! 🎳

SMARTFit At BURD Physical Therapy

At BURD Physical Therapy, we use the SMARTfit system to help our patients get back on their feet.

This cutting-edge technology allows us to personalize each patient's journey to recovery, with therapies and exercises that are tailored to their individual needs.

With adjustable parameters like intensity and interval timing, the SMARTfit system is designed for maximum efficiency and effectiveness.

At BURD Physical Therapy, we believe that everyone deserves the most complete and effective rehabilitation experience available.

Scapular Stabilization Exercise For The Rotator Cuffs

Join us here as Chelsea shares one of her favorite scapular stabilization exercises that targets the rotator cuff muscles. This one is deceptively fatiguing!

Serratus Anterior Exercise - Shoulder Impingement

Chelsea demonstrates a great strengthening exercise for shoulder impingement syndrome. This exercise targets the serratus anterior a muscle at the base of the shoulder blade that helps stabilize the scapula.

Shoulder Impingement Glide

Inferior shoulder glides are a great way to ease into shoulder impingement treatment in order to relieve pain and assist with mobilization of the shoulder joint. Follow along as Chelsea explains all the benefits in detail during this session!

Shoulder Impingement Stretches

Passive rotation stretches are a great way to get a patient's shoulder accustomed to moving in certain directions again. It also tells the therapist where the patient may have the most restriction. Chelsea explains some additional benefits and demonstrates another stretch for shoulder impingement as well!

Shoulder Mobility Exercise Demo

After shoulder replacement surgery it's common to experience stiffness in the joint throughout the day or early in the morning. Here, Chelsea shares one of her favorite shoulder mobility warm-up exercises to include in treatment plans for those recovering after surgery.

Shoulder Pain Treatment At BURD Physical Therapy

Whether you're recovering from a shoulder injury or dealing with chronic pain, our team is here to help. We use a variety of techniques, including manual therapies, strength and conditioning exercises, and more, to help you achieve optimal results.

So if you're ready to get back to feeling your best, trust BURD Physical Therapy. Our experienced doctors are here to help you every step of the way.

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