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If Keith Carson's hand is the first one you'll shake, Peter Harris' may be the second. He is responsible for business development as it relates to our outpatient clinics.

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When should you see a hand specialist?

Hand and wrist injuries are a frequent occurrence, whether it happens on the job, at home or while playing a sport. But most of us don't really

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How Physical Therapy Can Help Your Child!

Pediatric physical therapists work with children of all ages to develop their gross motor skills to allow them to better explore their environment

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Causes and Solutions for Vertigo, Imbalance and Dizziness

What to do when the room is spinning?

As physical therapists, we often hear people complain of feeling dizzy, or feeling "like the room is

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Speech Therapy Solutions for Parkinson's Disease!

Declining vocal strength, muffled speech, and difficulty swallowing are common issues patients with PD will experience, affecting their

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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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Huh? What? Why do parents have to repeat themselves?

As a parent, there's something extra frustrating about preparing breakfast when I have to ask my kids twenty times what they'd like to eat. I can

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Down Syndrome and How Physical Therapy Can Help!

Down syndrome (DS) is a genetic disorder in which children are born with an additional copy of chromosome 21, also known as Trisomy 21. This

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What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapy helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities

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Concerns and Challenges Related to Toe Walking in Children

Toe-walking simply refers to a walking pattern in which a child walks on their tiptoes without their heels contacting the ground. Sometimes a

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Exersaucers: What you need to know about them!

Have you ever heard therapists say they dislike exersaucers or jolly jumpers? While kids may love spending time in the exersaucer and parents love

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