3901 National Dr #Ste 100
Burtonsville MD 20866
301-421-1125
4000 Mitchellville Rd, #A404
Bowie MD 20716
301-464-3775
10301 Georgia Ave, #200
Silver Spring MD 20902
301-681-7880
9881 Brokenland Pkwy, #103
Columbia MD 21046
240-841-2639
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Forever Fit Physical Therapy & Wellness is conveniently located at the intersection of Rt 29 and 198, just minutes from I-95, Columbia, Laurel, Beltsville and Silver Spring. More Info
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The beginning of Fall is quickly approaching! With decreasing temperatures, both indoor and outdoor aerobic exercising will be appropriate to get fit and have fun. Let’s talk about the benefits of aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise, also known as cardiovascular exercise (“cardio”), supplies oxygen to the muscles being used during exercise through the pumping of oxygenated blood. Cardio also increases both heart rate and breathing rate in order to assist the human body during e...
Posted on 2017-09-18
Football Injuries and Recovery Measures It’s the beginning of football season and you’re enjoying Monday Night Football with your family and friends. You’re so into the game and suddenly in the blink of an eye your favorite player goes down and is out for the season due to an injury! Unfortunately an event like this is common in the sport of football due to repetitive actions that can lead to overuse and injury of the areas being utilized the most. We would like to inform you ...
Posted on 2017-08-14
Heel Pain: Beyond Stretching Heel pain can be caused by a number of factors and activities, and is experienced by both athletes and inactive individuals alike. Stretches to the lower leg and ice application to the painful area are important and help manage symptoms, but neither address or alleviate the underlying reasons for recurring pain. Often, the cause of heel pain is not isolated to the foot; muscle weakness or abnormalities in the torso, hip, and legs can precipitate heel pain. Ph...
Posted on 2017-05-05
In April, we welcome warm weather,  spring breaks, and America’s favorite pastime. As spring training ends and the six-month baseball season begins, baseball players must work to prevent overuse injuries from occurring through 160+ games. In part due to the unnatural arm motion required for pitching and throwing in baseball, arm and shoulder injuries are very common. During overhead throwing motion, the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder are used.  Significant stress is plac...
Posted on 2017-04-03
Osteoarthritis of the Knee: How can Physical Therapy Help? Osteoarthritis is a “wear-and-tear” disease that affects the joints, and is one of the more common chronic degenerative conditions. As osteoarthritis progresses, the cartilage cushion between joints wears down leading to stiffness, pain, and swelling. 33 relief of symptoms after only 2-3 treatments (Deyle et al, 2000). Physical therapy is a safe, conservative, and effective treatment
Posted on 2017-02-26
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