The Weekend Warrior and Olympian Champs All Rely on Physical Therapy

The Winter Olympics are starting! For an Olympic athlete, training is a year-round activity.  But many of us non-Olympians go to the gym, work hard, and participate in recreational activities we love.

Olympians put a lot of stress and strain …

wound care

Specialized Wound Care in Rural Indiana

In 1908, twenty-six Putnam County female citizens started what would be the founding of a hospital to serve their family and friends. The hospital would offer solutions to their ever-changing healthcare needs, and would bring technologies only previously offered in …

Welcome to Christina Kuzma

Tx:Team welcomes Christina Kuzma, Manager of Business Development

Christina graduated from Ball State University in 2007 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Fashion Merchandising and a minor in Marketing. She is a three-time Indiana State Champion in the 100-meter …

Baby-Led Weaning A Developmental Perspective

Baby-led weaning.  Every parent has experienced the scenario. Seated comfortably at dinner with their six-month old baby in his high chair, a mother and father look over to see the face of an infant who wants nothing to do with his puréed carrots.

Tx:Team partners with Canvas: our next hire is only a text away

Indianapolis, IN: The recruiting process has now been tailored to today’s candidate with the introduction by text.  Tx:Team, has partnered with Canvas, the world’s first text-based interviewing platform, to be the first rehabilitation company to use this unique texting service in the hiring process.

Avoiding Sports Specialization to Preserve our Young Athletes’ Health

Nicholas, Harbaugh, PTA

Sports Specialization has led to a trend over the past couple of years involving our young athletes: the increase in cases of injuries ranging from simple overuse to breaks and/or sprains. This increase in rate and number …

Exercise During Pregnancy

Exercise is important to include in everyone’s daily life, but it becomes even more important when you are pregnant. Pregnancy causes many changes in a woman’s body.  Hormone changes in the body cause softening of the ligaments, joint laxity, and instability in the ankles.  Hormones and anxiety can be the reason for increased mood swings.  Changes in the center of gravity due to a growing belly can cause increased occurrence of back pain.  Increased retention of fluid in the body causes swelling in both the hands and feet and can amplify complaints of constipation.

Join us for the Tx:Team Virtual Meet & Greet Mobile, AL

Are you a Physical Therapist in Alabama?

Join Tx:Team on Monday, February 27th from 12-1pm CST (1-2pm EST) to “virtually” meet us!  Find out who we are and the opportunities we have available for Physical Therapists in Alabama!

Aquatic Therapy Can Help Get You Back to…

There is no worse feeling than the aching pain that won’t go away, prevents you from accomplishing everyday tasks, and keeps you from doing the activities you love. If you have recently been injured or identified with having a debilitating …

Does your Bladder Dictate your Life? Let’s talk.

May 8th through the 13th is Women’s Health Week and the goal is to empower women to make their health a top priority and educate on the steps women can take to improve their health.  During the week,