The Best Brands For Your Foot Type – According to the Experts

Posted on June 29, 2022

Panorama Physical Therapy Foot and Ankle Team  Some common questions we receive as clinicians from our patients being treated for foot/ankle pathologies are: What type of shoes should I buy? What brand is best? What shoe is best for my foot? Unfortunately, as with most answers in the physical therapy world, the simplest answer we … read more

The Importance of Good Foot Posture

Posted on November 15, 2021

Healthy foot posture is an important part of maintaining not only healthy feet for a lifetime, but also avoiding other misalignments that can affect the biomechanics of the entire body. An assessment of the foot and ankle can determine not only the health of your feet, but also how your bones, muscles and joints may … read more

Winter Safety Tips

Posted on February 26, 2020

As we settle in for the last few months of winter, now is a great time to remind ourselves of a few strategies to help minimize our risk of injury while performing daily tasks. Snow shoveling Living in Colorado provides us with our fair share of snow storms, some predictable, some unpredictable. When shoveling snow … read more

When Scoliosis Throws You a Curve – We Can Help

Posted on March 7, 2019

Many adults are surprised to discover they have a condition called scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of the spine. Unlike a normal spine that gently curves from back to front in a subtle S shape, spines with scoliosis curve from side to side in a C or S shape. If the curvature of the spine deviates … read more

Minimally Invasive Back Surgery Offers Many Benefits

Posted on October 13, 2015 | Tagged: , ,

Back pain can be debilitating. It can cost you many hours, even days worth of happiness. But a new minimally invasive spine surgery is becoming increasingly popular among our patients because of its many benefits. Minimally invasive surgery uses microscopic instruments and new, specialized techniques. These allow for much smaller incisions than traditional or “open” … read more