Olajide Kolawole is a physical therapist practicing in Fayetteville, NC. Olajide Kolawole specializes in physical treatment to help a patient reduce pain, restore mobility, rehabilitate an injury, or increase movement and overall function. As a physical therapist, Olajide Kolawole can treat multiple conditions with exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization, heat, ice, massage, laser or light therapy and more. Olajide Kolawole will create a treatment plan based on the patients specific injury or condition, and might target a specific body part or body system based on the individual.
Olajide L Kolawole P.T.'s Expert Contributions
Yes. A physician therapist can help you a lot to lose weight. READ MORE
It depends. If you have the proper knowledge of exercises, you should be fine. However, you should consult a physical therapist in order to prevent any further injuries. READ MORE
How long does it take for physical therapy to show impact in someone suffering from facet hypertrophy?
It depends on so many factors. Your physical therapist should be able to advice you about your goals and expectations. READ MORE
You should find out first what’s causing the pain. READ MORE
You should see a physical therapist. It appears that something might be loose in the knee but you need to see a physical therapist for an examination READ MORE
It depends. Speak with your therapist. Based on the evaluation, the therapist should be able give you ideas about how long it would take. READ MORE
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Short answer is yes. The physical therapist will advice if there’s any indication not to do exercise READ MORE
The question is what is causing your back pain? Do you have poor posture? You should see a physical therapist for further evaluation to see why you are having this issue READ MORE
It would be better to work on weight loss starting with diet and exercise. READ MORE
This’s very unusual. You should see your primary care doctor for further evaluation READ MORE
Short answer is yes. The physical therapist should consult with your physician prior to starting the treatment READ MORE
You should follow up with the surgeon and let him direct you as to when to start physical therapy READ MORE
Have a physical therapist take a look to determine exactly what is going on. There are so many reasons why you are having the pain. READ MORE
I have a pain in my hamstrings after playing baseball. Can you suggest some stretches that could help me out?
I am not sure if you should be stretching without knowing what is causing this pain. I suggest you see a physical therapist for further evaluation. READ MORE
I would suggest you see a physical therapist for further evaluation. There are many reasons why this is happening. A physical examination and/or imaging will provide more information. READ MORE
It depends. The question is, what other medical history do you have? The short answer is physical therapy can help but we need to know what is causing the pain. So, I would suggest you see a physical therapist and the therapist would decide if you need follow-up with your PCP. READ MORE
The question is, why is one leg stronger? Is this the dominant leg? It's supposed to be stronger than the non-dominant. So, I would suggest you take him to see the pediatrician and follow up with the physical therapist. READ MORE
You should have a physical therapist take a look at the knee. Further recommendations would be made at that time READ MORE
The short answer is yes. Again it depends on your health status. You should see a physical therapist prior to starting any kind of exercise READ MORE
Any prolonged position could result in discomfort. So the best thing is to change your position READ MORE
The best thing is to see a physical therapist for an evaluation READ MORE
Yes Go and see a physical therapist READ MORE
You should see a physical therapist for an evaluation READ MORE
Are you sure it’s a muscular ache? Please have a physical therapist take a look READ MORE
You should wait a couple of days and if the pain persists then see a physical therapist READ MORE
You should see a pediatrician first. There’s a possibility of a Neurological issue going on READ MORE
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You should test your resting metabolism first and follow up with a physical therapist READ MORE
If you’re not sure of how you’re running then, you should see a physical therapist before participating in the running activities. Seeing a physical therapist will help to prevent any potential injury READ MORE
You should see a physical therapist. READ MORE
Yes. You should see a physical therapist READ MORE
The short answer is yes. READ MORE
Let your mom see a physical therapist. READ MORE
You should see a physical therapist with experience in clinical electro diagnosis. You may be having issues with the nerves and need to be assessed first. READ MORE
Since you are having pains in both knees and elbows, you should see your primary care doctor. There may be other issues going on such as auto immune diseases READ MORE
The short answer is not really. If you are working out correctly, then you should not worry. Perhaps you want to be on a save side you should consult a physical therapist. READ MORE
I hurt my back as I slipped while dancing. The particular point now hurts a lot. Could it be something serious?
I will suggest to see a physical therapist READ MORE
Yes! You have to see a physical therapist with experience in this area. READ MORE
This is possible READ MORE
You should see a physical therapist READ MORE
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The short answer is yes. READ MORE
You should go to a physical therapist to do metabolic test. This will give you a basic data about your metabolism. Doing flexibility exercise is not going to make you lose weight READ MORE
See a physical therapist with geriatric experience READ MORE
See a physical therapist for an evaluation and you will be further assisted. READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
My brother suffered a stroke that paralysed the left side of his body. Is it the right time to now start physical therapy?
As soon as he is medically stable READ MORE
You should see your primary care doctor first to rule out other stuff like diabetes. Though a physical therapist can test for neuropathy in your legs READ MORE
You should be hydrated and have your primary care check your electrolytes READ MORE
It depends. You can go back to work after your surgeon takes off the stitches if your work is a desk work. So you can continue with physical therapy after or before work. All these can change if you have any complications. In general, you should be fine in about 3 months. READ MORE
I think you should see a physical therapist that is experienced in manual therapy. The therapist will be able to perform mobilization and therapeutic exercise as needed. READ MORE
You should go in and see a physical therapist for an evaluation. READ MORE
Have a physical therapist assess your knee and provide you with treatment options based on evaluation. There are so many things that could be going on in your knee. READ MORE
You should see a physical therapist to determine why you are having this issue. READ MORE
Sure READ MORE
Your surgeon will direct you when to start therapy. READ MORE
Electrical stimulation is use for many purposes that includes but not limited to reducing pain, inflammation, muscle strengthening, wound healing and swelling. READ MORE
You should not have any problem walking except there are other issues READ MORE
There may be many reasons why this happens. You should see your physical therapist before doing any type of exercise READ MORE
- American Physical Therapy Association, Private Practice Section
- American Physical Therapy Association
- American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopaedic Section
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