Introducing the BTC Blog & Newsletter

Welcome to Baudry Therapy Center’s (BTC) upgraded website.  We want to provide added value to our patients and clients by providing access the most relevant news & events related to Baudry Therapy Center as well as educate our audience on physical therapy techniques & practices and health & fitness.  We will actively be writing blogs and will soon introduce a monthly eNewsletter.  You can sign-up for our Health & Wellness eNewsletter by accessing the home page and submitting your email address in the sign-up box to the right of the page.

The BTC blogs and eNewsletter will encompass topics such as: physical therapy, pilates, health & fitness, nutrition, injury prevention, golf fitness, baseball fitness, specials & promotions, and much more!  We will bring you fresh and informative content you can utilize in your everyday life.  Have a question about lower back pain? We want to hear from you, know about your concerns and discuss them with you so please provide feedback whenever you feel necessary. At the bottom of each blog you will see an option to provide your comments.  All we require is your name and email address.

Thank you for taking the time to read our content. We are very much looking forward to writing a successful blog to educate our patients and clients on physical therapy, health & wellness.

Best regards,

Baudry Therapy Center Team

strength, balance, motion…for fitness, for life.

Awe, it’ll go away

How many of you have recurrent nagging aches and pains.  Do you just blow them off by telling yourself and others, “Oh, I just have a bad back”, or “sometimes I get a crick  in my neck…it’ll go away”?   But does it?

I treat people all of the time for aches and pains that started 10, 20, even 30 years ago as a little nag.  The kind of pain that temporarily goes away with Ibuprofen.  Unfortunately, these aches and pains are often recurrent–each time coming back worse than before.  When these people finally get to me for treatment  the problem is out of control.  The pain and disability is significantly affecting their lives and the medicines are no longer working. Now it is a real challenge just to manage the symptoms much less change the course of the problem.  What could be corrected in one to two weeks now takes months to recover.

The truth is that most of us often postpone tending to those nagging little aches and pains. We tell ourselves, “Awe, it’ll go away.” But it often doesn’t. Each of our aches and pains are little warning signs that we need to pay attention to.  If we heed the warning early on and do something about it we can most likely eliminate it…for good.

So next time you get a little “crick”, “pull”, or “strain” don’t blow it off.  Seek professional help. Talk to a physical therapist to get you on the road to feeling ache & pain free. It will save you plenty in the end!