Cherokee Town & Country Club Members: PT360 is now offering physical therapy sessions conveniently located at Cherokee! Our therapist, Sam Kridl, PT, DPT, OCS, will be working out of the Therapy Room at Cherokee Country Club (Buckhead) Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30AM-3:30PM! If you are a member at Cherokee Town & Country Club please stop by and schedule a tune up.
We are happy to announce our new hours in Sandy Springs!
New Sandy Springs hours:
We are happy to announce that we have added a new physical therapist to our team! Samuel Kridl, PT, DPT, OCS will be working out of our Sandy Springs office starting June 5, 2017.
Sam received his B.S. in Physiology from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2010 where he was first exposed to sports rehabilitation as a member of the men’s volleyball program.
We are excited to inform you that on April 17th, 2017, we will be opening the doors of a new Sandy Springs facility. Our new Sandy Springs office is located ~1 mile away from the former Glenridge location. Our Johns Creek location will remain the same.
New Sandy Springs Address
800 Mount Vernon Highway
There are many components to consider when trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle. A good exercise routine along with other healthy habits can promote optimal health. Pilates is a form of exercise that can payoff in a big way with the proper instructions. Pilates promotes physical harmony and balance for people of all ages and physical condition while providing a refreshing and energizing workout.
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David Mesnick of PT360 Releases eBook on Understanding Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
Atlanta, Georgia, September 12, 2016 – David Mesnick, PT, OCS, cMDT, and founder of PT360 physical therapy centers has just released an eBook on Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (SI Joint or SIJD). The eBook, An Integrative Guide to Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction was written to help create a better understanding of lower back and buttock pain.
The referral patterns of the Sacroiliac joint, facet joints, and myofascial system.
I often tell my patients that pain can be fools gold. Where you feel pain or sensation changes might not be the source. The musculoskeletal system a complex arrangement of muscles, joints, nerves, ligaments, tendons, and blood vessels all of which can be the source of pain and refer to other areas of the body.
Piriformis Syndrome is a condition caused by overactive muscle activity and/or irritation on the sciatic nerve as it passes directly under or through (~15% of the population) the muscle.
The piriformis muscle runs from the underside of the tailbone (anterior sacrum) and attaches on the inside (superior medial) of the long bone of the leg (femur).
Anatomy and physiology of the sacroiliac joints
The sacroiliac joint, abbreviated as “SI” joint, is a connection of two bones just below the lumbar vertebrae (your lower back). This joint is composed of the sacrum and ilium bones. Just as the keystone in a masonry arch serves to maintain the structural integrity of doorways and ceilings,