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Occupational Therapy

Do you have an illness or disability that hinders you from performing everyday activities? Then occupational therapy may be for you! Occupational therapy is for people of all ages, and of all different ability levels. So how does this differ …

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Managing your MS with PT

Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis? Don’t suffer any more than you have to! Physical therapy can become not only your best option for managing your aches and pains, but your best friend. When you are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, your condition …

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Less Caffeine Equals Less Problems

Caffeine use is said to be many people’s “crutch” to begin their day. It has been called the most popular drug in the world, millions of people intake caffeine on a daily basis. Including the coffee bean, tea leaf, kola …

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Why You Should Reduce High Blood Pressure and How

I’m sure you have been told that having high blood pressure is unhealthy but many don’t understand the dangers behind it. You may be a victim of high blood pressure and without realizing. Years before symptoms develop high blood pressure …

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Fall Prevention

Falls are the leading cause of injury in adults 65 and older and are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional injury deaths worldwide. In the United States, 20–30% of older people who fall suffer moderate to severe injuries …

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Headaches!!

You’ve been up since 7 a.m., the dogs won’t stop barking and you spilled coffee on your way to work. As you are finishing up the afternoon rush after filing, making phone calls and getting bombarded with assignments due by …

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Coping with Arthritis Pain, Naturally

When dealing with the daily pain that arthritis brings, whether it be mild or severe, it is often an experience we wish to delete. Unfortunately, since our bodies do not work that way, we must find alternatives to dealing with …

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Joint Replacement

Due to arthritis, osteoporosis, injury and other skeletal problems many American’s lose mobility and are unable to perform everyday tasks. Today’s technology allows people to have their joints replaced and mobility restored. Every year around 190,000 American’s choose to have …

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Preventing Osteoporosis

Many people hear about osteoporosis and think that it is something that happens later in life and is nothing something they need to think about now. While the disease is usually diagnosed around the age of 60 it starts developing …

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How to Choose the Proper Mobility Aid

When an injury limits your mobility, there are certain aids that can help. Canes, crutches, walkers and wheelchairs can all be helpful, however it is important to know which is appropriate for your specific situation. To avoid choosing incorrectly, you …

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