ED SCOTT Physical Therapy
Edward L Scott PT, DPT, OCS
(Premier Rehab Indiana, Inc.)
In 1993 Ed Scott was one of only 1012 board certified orthopedic specialists, practicing in the US. He prides himself on keeping up to date with current research versus the “this is the way we do it” approach to physical therapy.
Do I really need surgery to fix this problem?
Is running bad for your knees? Physical therapists say this is a common question among both avid runners and those who may start running for exercise or to participate in that first 5K. It’s a question...
Warmer weather means lighter clothing all around, and footwear is no exception. But before you grab the flip-flops for summer outings and activities, physical therapists join other medical professionals in offering a word of caution: long-term...
As millions transition into working from home to help thwart the spread of the coronavirus, maintaining both comfort and productivity has no doubt been an issue for many. While in-office workstations are often designed around ergonomic...
Do I really need therapy 2-3 times a week?
Probably not. Therapists often recommend 2-3 visits per week. They frequently tell patients, “well your doctor ordered that, so you must need it”. One visit per week or less is almost always enough to get the results you want. Fewer visits, less cost and time, and excellent results.