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Keeping Fit While Flying: Exercises to Do on an Airplane

Long flights can be challenging, especially when it comes to maintaining comfort and preventing stiffness. Whether you're flying for business or leisure, staying active during your journey can help mitigate the effects of prolonged sitting.
May 31st, 2024
All Natural Ways to Manage Your Pain

All Natural Ways to Manage Your Pain

The path to effective pain management can be filled with trial and error. If you’re looking for natural pain management strategies, start here. 
Apr 10th, 2024
Rock the Vote

Championing Civic Engagement through Transformative Healthcare

Elation Physical Therapy's decision to serve as a voting center, temporarily closing its doors to regular services, reflects its commitment to civic engagement and community empowerment, aligning with its core values of inclusivity and advocacy.
Mar 4th, 2024

Why an ACL Injury Isn’t a Game Ender

ACL injuries are painful and take time to heal, but thanks to advanced surgeries and rehabilitation, they won’t always put you out of commission from your favorite sport. Learn about the rehabilitation and recovery process after this common sports injury.
Mar 1st, 2024

5 Important Benefits of LGBTQIA+ Medicine

Feeling safe while getting medical care should be the standard, and you should feel comfortable to be yourself while receiving the care you need. Explore five of the top reasons why LGBTQIA+-friendly medicine is important.
Jan 9th, 2024
How to Make the Most of ACL Repair Recovery

How to Make the Most of ACL Repair Recovery

ACL repair recovery is a long road, but there are steps you can take to shorten the timeframe and regain your strength. Read on to learn how to optimize your recovery after this knee surgery.
Dec 15th, 2023
Feeling Unsteady on Your Feet? 5 Ways to Improve Your Balance

Feeling Unsteady on Your Feet? 5 Ways to Improve Your Balance

Inconvenience isn’t the only thing you should worry about if you’re at risk of losing your balance and falling: You’re also at a higher risk of sustaining an injury. Improve your balance with our helpful tips today and avoid a fall tomorrow.
Sep 6th, 2023
Is BFR Right for Me?

Is BFR Right for Me?

Athletes at all levels and people in recovery turn to blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy to build muscle faster. Does BFR therapy fit into your care plan?
May 9th, 2023
What Happens to Your Pelvic Floor After Delivery

What Happens to Your Pelvic Floor After Delivery

Vaginal delivery can damage the pelvic floor and reduce your control over urination, defecation, and sexual function. Find out about the complications you might experience due to pelvic floor dysfunction.
Mar 6th, 2023
5 Important Benefits of LGBTQ+ Medicine

5 Important Benefits of LGBTQ+ Medicine

Many people take non-discriminatory medical care for granted, but it feels like a luxury for some. Find out why inclusivity in medicine is more important now than ever before.
Jan 1st, 2023
Athletic Benefits of Blood Flow Restriction

Athletic Benefits of Blood Flow Restriction

Building more muscle as an athlete is possible without anabolic steroids and other potentially harmful drugs through a process called blood flow restriction. Read on to learn how it works and why it might improve your athleticism.
Oct 1st, 2022
5 Problems You Could Experience from a Weak Pelvic Floor

5 Problems You Could Experience from a Weak Pelvic Floor

With a functional pelvic floor, you probably don’t think much about the issues that can arise when those muscles weaken. Childbirth, age, and pregnancy can all shed light on the complications of pelvic floor weakness.
Sep 1st, 2022
What to do About Degenerative Disc Disease

What to do About Degenerative Disc Disease

The discs in your spine allow you to bend forward, lean backward, twist from side to side, and make other motions with your back. When discs degenerate, here’s what you should do.
Aug 1st, 2022
Warning Signs You Need Rotator Cuff Repair

Warning Signs You Need Rotator Cuff Repair

Rotator cuff injuries can lead to a permanent loss of shoulder mobility without surgery and a patient-centered physical therapy plan. Here are some signs your injury needs rotator cuff repair.
May 4th, 2022
Conditions That Can Be Helped With Aquatic Therapy

Conditions That Can Be Helped With Aquatic Therapy

With buoyancy supporting your weight and easing pressure on your joints, movements suddenly don’t seem so difficult despite any conditions causing chronic immobility. Here are a few of the many conditions that benefit from physical therapy in the water.
Apr 6th, 2022
Recovering From Hip Replacement Surgery

Recovering From Hip Replacement Surgery

A hip replacement is no minor operation, and the intense surgery has a recovery to match. Here’s how you can get through that recovery as seamlessly as possible.
Mar 8th, 2022
What Every Athlete Should Know About ACL Tears

What Every Athlete Should Know About ACL Tears

An ACL tear can happen on a whim while you’re engaging in physical activity, and the immense pain will let you know something’s wrong right away. Here’s what you as an athlete should know about the injury.
Feb 9th, 2022

How to Know If You Have a Herniated Disc

Your neck or back pain could stem from a problem with the discs that should cushion your spine. Here are the telltale signs of a herniated disc, or a disc that’s pushing where it shouldn’t.
Oct 7th, 2021

Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine

Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Feb 20th, 2024
Get Moving Again: Part 1

Get Moving Again: Part 1

As vaccines roll out and people cautiously return to the world, I spend a lot of time thinking about the non-runners. The indoorsmen and women of the world, whose gyms have closed — the people without established home workout routines.
Mar 30th, 2021
Crom featured on BizJournal

Crom featured on BizJournal

Houston Business Journal has placed Crom Rehabilitation among the largest Houston-area LGBT+ Owned Businesses!
Jan 11th, 2021
New Pearland Location

New Pearland Location

We are happy to announce that we are now open in Pearland! At our new Pearland location, you can expect the same dedication and care that you have come to expect from Crom Rehabilitation.
Jan 11th, 2021
Book PR/announcement

Book PR/announcement

Shantay, You Stay covers the health issues that the LGBT+ community faces and how healthcare providers from all of the healthcare spectrum can help bridge the gap.
Jan 11th, 2021
2020 Best Male Physical Therapist

2020 Best Male Physical Therapist

Outsmart magazine is one of the Houston area’s largest LGBT+ magazines. Every year, they assemble a list of the top leaders in the LGBT+ Houston Community, from TV personalities, politicians to dentists and gyms.
Jan 11th, 2021
Roy Featured on PTO Club

Roy Featured on PTO Club

Dr. Roy Rivera, lead physical therapist and owner of Crom Rehabilitation tells us his secret for how he reached those top Google results for “Houston Physical Therapy”.
Jan 11th, 2021
Roy Featured in Voyage Houston

Roy Featured in Voyage Houston

Dr. Roy Rivera, Jr., PT, PhD, DPT, MCHES, owner and lead physical therapist at Crom Rehabilitation shares his story of how Crom Rehabilitation came to be and a bit about himself and the philosophy he has always maintained.
Jan 11th, 2021
Gayest & Greatest

Gayest & Greatest

At Crom Rehabilitation, one of our main goals is serving the LGBT+ community and making them feel at ease during their physical therapy, because no one should have to be in pain and impact their quality of life.
Jan 11th, 2021
How To Know If Physical Therapy Is Right For You

How To Know If Physical Therapy Is Right For You

Knowing if physical therapy is right for you seems like it should be an easy answer, especially if you have just had surgery as a result of an injury or have recently been in an accident resulting in strains and injury.
Jan 8th, 2021
Redirecting a Bad Experience

Redirecting a Bad Experience

In any line of work, especially when providing a service, there will always be patients and clients who are difficult or present a challenge. Physical therapy, and healthcare in general, is no exception to having patients that are combative, hostile.
Dec 16th, 2020
What To Wear To Physical Therapy

What To Wear To Physical Therapy

You’ll want to focus on something that allows for a good range of motion but also supports any equipment or exercises that your physical therapist may employ during your treatment.
Sep 22nd, 2020
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