Sundog Rehabilitation, LLC

A collection of friendly, professional therapists; each with specialized skills allowing a range of unique treatment options for a range of conditions.

A comfortable and professional clinic offering complete individualized care in a one-on-one setting with carefully selected physical, occupational, and speech therapists in Rapid Valley. Clinic specialties include the treatment of vertigo, headaches, whiplash, women's health issues, lymphedema, Parkinson's disease, stroke, hand/wrist injuries, myofascial restrictions, Pilates-based rehab, and more! We accept most insurance plans, and participate in most local insurance networks.

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Muscle Strains

sundogrehab.com Muscles make up over half of the weight of a human body and they are required to make even the smallest of movements such as nodding your head or tapping your toe. If too much stretch is put through one of your muscles you may end up with a painful muscle strain. If the similar type of injury occurr...

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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

sundogrehab.com Cubital tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects the ulnar nerve where it crosses the inside edge of the elbow. The symptoms are very similar to the pain that comes from hitting your funny bone. When you hit your funny bone, you are actually hitting the ulnar nerve on the inside of the elbow. The...

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Golfers Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)

sundogrehab.com Medial epicondylitis is commonly known as golfer's elbow. This does not mean that only golfers have this condition. But the golf swing is a common cause of medial epicondylitis. Many other repetitive activities can also lead to golfer's elbow: throwing, chopping wood with an ax, running a chain saw,...

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Cumulative Trauma Disorder

sundogrehab.com Cumulative trauma disorder (CTD) is a broad category that includes many common diseases that affect the soft tissues of the body. CTD in itself is not a disease. Doctors use the concept to understand and explain what may have caused, or contributed to, certain conditions. Examples of the conditions....

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Thoracic Spine Anatomy

sundogrehab.com The section of the spine found in the upper back is called the thoracic spine. It goes from the base of the neck to the bottom of the rib cage. Knowing the main parts of the thoracic spine and how these parts work is important as you learn to care for your back problem.

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Welcome to Cricket

sundogrehab.com Cricket is a unique sport which demands a diverse skill set from its players and as a result, cricketers face an assortment of injuries which can be broadly divided into three categories:

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Introduction to Walking

sundogrehab.com While walking is an Olympic sport for some, for most of us it is simply a mode of transportation used to get us relatively short distances. Walking, however, can be more than just a form of transport. If you get your heartrate up while you walk then it is an excellent form of exercise that can be us...

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Elbow Dislocation

sundogrehab.com When the joint surfaces of an elbow are forced apart, the elbow is dislocated. The elbow is the second most commonly dislocated joint in adults (after shoulder dislocations). Elbow dislocations can be complete or partial. A partial dislocation is referred to as a subluxation. The amount of force nee...

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Handling and Lifting

sundogrehab.com Manual handling is the source of many work-place injuries, such as back pain, neck pain and muscle tears. Injuries related to manual handling can be prevented using a few rules.Rules for smart manual handling.1. Think first and prepare.2. Keep your spine neutral.3. Hold the load close to your body.4...

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Viral Arthritis

sundogrehab.com We know that some viruses cause joint pain and inflammation (swelling, redness, and heat). Researchers have wondered for a long time whether some kinds of arthritis with unexplained causes may be the result of a virus. So far no one knows, partly because the virus itself may be long gone before a pa...

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Ankle Impingement Problems

sundogrehab.com The ankle joint is formed where the bones of the lower leg, the tibia and the fibula, connect above the anklebone, called the talus. The tibia is the main bone of the lower leg. The fibula is the small, thin bone along the outer edge of the tibia.

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Nutrition and Your Spine

sundogrehab.com You are what you eat. Is that simply a funny saying or is there some truth to that old adage? The spine is not something that usually comes to mind when one thinks about nutrition - but it should. Nutrition is important in having a healthy spine. Good nutrition also helps control pain and disability...

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Back Pain in Children

sundogrehab.com Until more recently, a complaint of back pain in a child or adolescent was considered uncommon. It was usually associated with a certain condition such as curvature of the spine, a broken spinal bone, inflammation, a tumor, or infection.More recently, however, reports of back pain among children are...

Janine Shepherd: A broken body isn't a broken person

Cross-country skier Janine Shepherd hoped for an Olympic medal -- until she was hit by a truck during a training bike ride. She shares a powerful story about...

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Guide to Biceps Tendonitis

sundogrehab.com Biceps tendonitis, also called bicipital tendonitis, is inflammation of the tendon that attaches the biceps muscle to the shoulder or forearm. The tendon most commonly irritated is the one that attaches the top of the biceps muscle to the shoulder, so it is this injury that we will discuss here. The...

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Radial Tunnel Syndrome

sundogrehab.com Radial tunnel syndrome happens when the radial nerve is squeezed where it passes through a tunnel near the elbow. The symptoms of radial tunnel syndrome are very similar to the symptoms of tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis). There are very few helpful tests for radial tunnel syndrome, which can ma...

Never, ever give up | Diana Nyad

In the pitch-black night, stung by jellyfish, choking on salt water, singing to herself, hallucinating ... Diana Nyad just kept on swimming. And that's how s...

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Claw Toes and Hammer Toes

sundogrehab.com Claw toe and hammer toe conditions are fairly common in cultures that wear shoes. In most cases, these problems can be traced directly to ill-fitting shoes.This guide will help you understand:

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Adult Elbow Fractures

sundogrehab.com The elbow is a very important region of the arm. It serves as a hinge joint between the upper and lower parts of the arm and allows movements for activities like feeding and lifting. It also allows rotation of the hand and forearm. Together these functions allow us to position the hand in space to p...

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Stretching Guide for Figure Skating

sundogrehab.com Stretching is an essential part of successful figure skating. A good stretching routine can help to minimize muscle imbalances, prevent injury, and improve your skating endurance and performance. The following stretching program is designed for figure skaters who do not have any current injuries or....

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Thoracic Disc Herniation

sundogrehab.com the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has led to the discovery that many people, perhaps as many as 15 percent of Americans, have a thoracic disc herniation. Seeing a herniated thoracic disc on MRI is often incidental, meaning it shows up when the person has MRI testing for another problem. Fe...

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Stretching Guide

sundogrehab.com Stretching is an essential part of cross country skiing. A good stretching routine can help to prevent injury, improve your exercise tolerance, and reduce muscle imbalances. The following stretching program is designed for cross country skiers who do not have any current injuries or individual stret...

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Osteoarthritis of the Elbow

sundogrehab.com The elbow joint is injured less often than many other joints in the body. The most common injuries of the elbow joint are fractures and dislocations. Most elbow injuries tend to heal pretty well.

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Guide to Tendonitis

sundogrehab.com Chronic, or long-term, tendon problems are common. Tendon problems are especially common in people who play certain types of sports. For instance, tendon problems account for almost 30 percent of all running injuries and 40 percent of all tennis injuries.

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Weightlifters Shoulder

sundogrehab.com Weightlifter's shoulder is a painful deterioration of the distal end of the clavicle (collar bone). It is an overuse phenomenon that causes tiny fractures along the end of the clavicle and then a breakdown of the bone (osteolysis) occurs.

Whitner has history of overcoming adversity

After a childhood accident, 49ers safety Donte Whitner was told he would never walk again. Now? He's an All-Pro. Laura Okmin helps tell his story.

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Osteoarthritis of the Wrist Joint

sundogrehab.com Degeneration in a joint means the joint surfaces are starting to break down over time. The term degenerative arthritis is used by doctors to describe a condition where a joint wears out, usually over a period of many years. Some medical professionals call the condition osteoarthritis. Others use the...

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Achilles Tendon Problems Patient Guide

sundogrehab.com Problems that affect the Achilles tendon include tendocalcaneal bursitis, tendonitis/paratendonitis, tendinopathy/tendonosis, and Achilles tendon ruptures. Each of these conditions will be described and explained. These problems often affect athletes, especially runners, basketball players, and anyo...

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Stretching Guide for Football

sundogrehab.com Physical Therapy in Rapid City: Football Stretches Stretching is an essential part of playing Football. A good stretching routine can help to minimize muscle imbalances, prevent injury and improve your performance on the field. The following stretching program is designed for Football players who do...

Seeing the Possibilities

CTV Sports Director Dave Goldman has the inspiring story of a groups of remarkable athletes at the Maryland School for the Blind.

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Headaches

sundogrehab.com the headache-related anatomy of the head and neck what the most common types of headaches are and their causes how your health care professional diagnoses your headache what Sundog Rehabilitation’s approach to rehabilitation is

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Fibromyalgia

sundogrehab.com nbsp; The following is an educational overview of Fibromyalgia and common treatment options.

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Muscle Strains

sundogrehab.com Muscles make up over half of the weight of a human body and they are required to make even the smallest of movements such as nodding your head or tapping your toe. If too much stretch is put through one of your muscles you may end up with a painful muscle strain. If the similar type of injury occurr...

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Shin Splints

sundogrehab.com Pain along the front or inside edge of the shinbone (tibia) is commonly referred to as shin splints. The problem is common in athletes who run and jump. It is usually caused by doing too much, too quickly. The runner with this condition typically reports a recent change in training, such as increasi...

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Lumbar Disc Herniation

www.sundogrehab.com Although people often refer to a disc herniation as a slipped disc, the disc doesn't actually slip out of place. Rather, the term herniation means that the material at the center of the disc has squeezed out of its normal space. This condition mainly affects people between 30 and 40 years old.

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Cumulative Trauma Disorder

sundogrehab.com Cumulative trauma disorder (CTD) is a broad category that includes many common diseases that affect the soft tissues of the body. CTD in itself is not a disease. Doctors use the concept to understand and explain what may have caused, or contributed to, certain conditions. Examples of the conditions....

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Rio Paralympics 2016: The inspiring story of Ibrahim Hamato - The table tennis player with no arms

sportskeeda.com The Paralympics is a tournament of nerves and inner strength.

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Hip Fractures

sundogrehab.com As the population ages, the number of hip fractures that occur each year rises. A fracture of the hip in an aging adult is not simply a broken bone. It is a life-threatening illness. The hip fracture itself is rarely a difficult problem to solve. But once the fracture occurs, it brings with it all t...

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PIP Joint Injuries of the Finger

sundogrehab.com We use our hands constantly, placing them in harm's way continuously.Injuries to the finger joints are common and usually heal without significant problems. Some injuries are more serious and may develop problems if not treated carefully. One such injury is a sprain of the proximal interphalangeal j...

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Guide to Bunions

sundogrehab.com Hallux valgus is a condition that affects the joint at the base of the big toe. The condition is commonly called a bunion. The bunion actually refers to the bump that grows on the side of the first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint. In reality, the condition is much more complex than a simple bump on....

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Ligament Injuries of the Wrist

sundogrehab.com Wrist injuries are common. If a wrist injury causes significant damage to the ligaments, it can result in serious problems in the wrist. Such an injury typically continues to cause problems unless corrected.

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Choosing a Backpack and Related Equipment

sundogrehab.com We recommend a few general considerations for selecting your backpack in order to protect yourself and minimize injury while hiking, walking, or simply commuting to school or work. Other related equipment, such as proper shoes as well as walking/hiking poles should also be considered if you are usin...

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Stretching Guide for Golf

sundogrehab.com Stretching is an essential part of successful golf. A good stretching routine can help to minimize muscle imbalances, prevent injury, improve your exercise tolerance and your golf performance. The following stretching program is designed for golfers who do not have any current injuries or individual...

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3064 Covington St, Ste 104
Rapid City, SD
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