Galloway Therapy, PLLC
4624 E. 43rd Street
North Little Rock, AR 72217
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday thru Friday 8 am - 5 pm Late appointments are available upon request.
According to the University of Alabama National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, more than 270,000 Americans are living with spinal cord injury (SCI) and each year 12,000 new injuries occur. This type of injury is known to cause paralysis in the arms and legs, limiting some physiological functions such as movement, bladder and bowel control, and ... Read More
On Friday August 11, 2017 President Donald Trump declared the opioid crisis a national emergency. According to a CNN article, Trump said, “The opioid crisis is an emergency, and I am saying, officially, right now, it is an emergency. It’s a national emergency,” Trump said earlier at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. “We’re ... Read More
While Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation (BFR) can be a positive and extremely effective form of rehabilitation for many types of injuries and across all age groups, there are precautions and contraindications that should be taken into consideration prior to using this type of training. Individuals with poor circulatory systems, such as the presence of varicose ... Read More
Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation Summary According to Owens Recovery Science, “Blood Flow Restriction(BFR) Rehabilitation is the brief and intermittent occlusion of blood flow using a tourniquet while exercising.” This technique allows individuals to exercise with lighter weight while still creating hypertrophy (growth) and strength response. In a traditional setting, hypertrophy and strength response in muscles ... Read More
Last week we discussed the many different summertime injuries that may plague individuals and families as the weather allows us the opportunity for outside activities. Today, we would like to concentrate on hydration. As your body loses more fluid than you take in, and high temperatures cause sweat glands to overwork, dehydration sets in. Dehydration ... Read More
It’s summer time, and most of us find ourselves participating in activities that allow us to be outside of the house more often. We enjoy sporting events, gardening, power washing the house, running, family time at the lake, swimming, or maybe even biking. All of these activities lend us to certain risks with potential falls, ... Read More
According to the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care (AFMC) website, Arkansas has seen a dramatic increase in opioid use for pain management over the past 20 years. Strong addictions to pain medications have resulted in an increase in emergency department visits, prescription drug substance abuse admissions, overdoses, and deaths. In an article by Rudd RA, ... Read More
Why Choose Physical Therapy Over Opioids? Chronic pain affects patients not only physically, but emotionally and psychologically as well. Treating pain can often be challenging because there is no concrete way to measure it. It is invisible and sometimes inconsistent. However, many healthcare professionals agree that physical therapy provides a successful avenue for pain management ... Read More
What is the significance of water and how does it seem to have a healing effect through aquatic therapy? Water has long been a therapeutic tool and resource for healing, relaxation, and rehabilitation since the beginning of recorded history. The unique properties of water (buoyancy, hydrostatic pressure, relative density, resistance, turbulence) serve to promote physical ... Read More
With the New Year comes New Year’s Resolutions, those self-improving goals that are easy to set but tough to keep. And when it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, the most popular always seem to deal with our health. As we begin 2016 and set our resolutions, here are a few recommendations to help you set and ... Read More