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3 Ways We Can Be More Active as We Age

There are many reasons why we tend to exercise less, give up active hobbies, or slow down and become more sedentary as we age.  It may be due to

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Got Thumb Pain?  A Few Tips on How You Can Manage Your Pain at Home

So, you just returned from the doctor and they told you that you have arthritis in your thumb. You are in some serious pain and have to come to

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3 Easy Steps to Ease Back to School

Most people resist change. We take comfort in our routines. Routines build confidence. This is especially important for children, and parents are

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CMS Targeted Reviews: What You Need to Know

In today’s digital age, many industries are benefiting from advanced tools and data in order to increase the efficiency of their operations, and

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3 Ways Physical Therapy Can Help You with Chronic Pain

A common question our physical therapists often get is, "Can physical therapy help me with chronic pain?"

Chronic pain can be debilitating.  It

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Physical Therapy: The First Line of Defense Against Pain

Pain management has become a daily practice for many of us, greatly affecting our quality of life and influencing our ability to earn a living.  In

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Balancing Learning Opportunities and Safety for the Benefit of a Child - Part 1

Children are always pushing their boundaries. Driven by innate curiosity of their surroundings, exploration and mastery of their world is at the

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A Few Reasons You Should Consider "Prehab" Prior To Your Upcoming Surgery

Let’s face it.  Surgical procedures, whether big or small, are stressful!  You want to be as prepared as possible and know what to expect before

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Why work for Therapy Specialists? Hear why from someone who does!

In today's everchanging healthcare climate, recruits looking for jobs are looking at a lot of red carpeting laid out before them. There are ample

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Keeping Your Autistic Child Safe

Home safety is a concern for all parents, but perhaps even a bigger concern for parents of an autistic child. Summer is here and there is no other

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