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What Should I Expect in Physical Therapy After Knee Replacement Surgery?

Knee replacement surgery has become one of the most commonly performed surgeries in the US, and its success rate has improved greatly with the

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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?"

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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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ABCs of PDPM: New Case-Mix Components

As you know, the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is the most significant change in the skilled nursing profession since the arrival of PPS in

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Three Ways a Visit With Your Physical Therapist Can Help Improve Your Balance

As we get older there are many changes, both good an bad, that come along. One unfortunate change that a lot of people encounter is difficulty

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3 Reasons Why Physical Therapy is Unique and Effective Within a PACE Program

If you talk to most people about physical therapy, they have either received physical therapy themselves at some point or know a loved one who

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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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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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