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Therapeutic Education Reduces Chronic Pain

The National Institute of Health reports that one in 10, or more than 25 million Americans, live with chronic, daily pain. For those seeking a non-pharmacological remedy, options include yoga, meditation, massage, diet, alternative medicine and physical therapy. There is also a growing body of evidence that pain management via therapeutic neuroscience education (TNE) is beneficial.

TNE teaches patients why they hurt and how to overcome it. With chronic pain…

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New physical therapy practice offers direct access, 1-on-1 treatment

A new physical therapy practice that won’t require referrals from a doctor in most cases and will provide one-on-one care has opened in Lemoyne.

Zang Physical Therapy will provide treatment for a variety of conditions including sports injuries. Zang specializes in low back pain and neck care as well as treating people with chronic pain who have not been able to have success with other providers.

Unlike most physical therapy practices, Zang will provide up to 60 minutes of uninterrupted personalized treatments.

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Dr. Andrew Zang is the owner of Zang Physical Therapy, a new model concierge therapy practice seeking to deliver Unmatched Personalized Attention for all his patients.

Here he discusses his approach to Physical Therapy and shares one of his favorite patient success stories. Read on:

Tell us about your practice. What sets you apart from other practitioners in your area?

I began this practice to be able to treat patients the way I feel they should and most patients desire but is very difficult in the healthcare world we live in today. What patients will experience at Zang Physical Therapy is 1:1 treatment without distraction

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Therapeutic Education Reduces Chronic Pain

The National Institute of Health reports that one in 10, or more than 25 million Americans, live with chronic, daily pain. For those seeking a non-pharmacological remedy, options include yoga, meditation, massage, diet, alternative medicine and physical therapy. There is also a growing body of evidence that pain management via therapeutic neuroscience education (TNE) is beneficial.

TNE teaches patients why they hurt and how to overcome it. With chronic pain, it is not as simple as an image of the body showing “some abnormality” or damaged/injured tissue. Other mechanisms are involved that can be complex and emotional—learning about it is powerful.

Zang Physical Therapy ~ 836 Market St, Lemoyne PA 17043 ~ 717-440-6197 ~ andrew@zangpt.com ~