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Cornerstone Therapy P.C.

Cornerstone Physical Therapy provides a unique, Specialized, Manual Therapy based approach, a leader for excellence, creating HOPE in a caring and warm setting for Colorado.

Address

7621 Austin Bluffs Pkwy, Colorado Springs,
Colorado 80920

Contact Phone

719-596-5000

Time constraints have limited our ability to connect with our patients Time constraints have limited our ability to connect with our patients

Is connecting with our patients important? What about compassionate touch? Does it have an impact on our patient's health? The changes in medicine are making it harder to build meaningful connections with our patients. The computer has affected this relationship as well as insurance demands on our time. Here are some things that we can do to protect this valuable part of care (and some science to back it up!).

All, Cornerstone

How We Assess and Treat Shoulder Pain How We Assess and Treat Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain that lasts more than a few weeks lets us know that an underlying problem persists. A shoulder tracking issue or biomechanics problem, similar to having an alignment issue with the steering of your car, will cause continued and chronic irritation and inflammation of the shoulder joint.

2 Things You Should Do To Improve Your Online Presence 2 Things You Should Do To Improve Your Online Presence

Your patients are reading your reviews...are you? More and more your online presence is helping your patients and clients trust your brand and inform their decisions. Rob Gandley, social and marketing specialist and entrepreneur shares his expertise, gives two things you can start doing as a small business owner to build trust.

Shoulder Pain Evaluation, What To Expect Shoulder Pain Evaluation, What To Expect

Shoulder pain can be accurately diagnosed, and in most cases treated very quickly. Here is what to expect and what the process looks like at Cornerstone. Early diagnosis and intervention for shoulder pain is important to prevent further injury to your rotator cuff. Shoulder pain greater than 2 weeks that has not resolved should be looked at to prevent a long term problem and an increased risk of rotator cuff damage and even a tear from happening.

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