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Month: July 2022

Balance & Fall Prevention: How We Helped Susan Improve Her Balance & Mobility

If you’ve been following our balance/falls and osteoporosis series over the last 5 weeks, hopefully you have been trying to tie all the information together. However, I know it can be difficult so my goal for today’s article to help guide you! And I think the best way to go about it is sharing a …

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When Is MRI Imaging Appropriate During an Evaluation?

MRI imaging is relatively common in the physical therapy world. Countless physical therapists use MRI imaging to help diagnose specific ailments and examine damaged or irritated joints, tissues, bones, and more. However, physical therapists only use MRI imaging in specific situations, leaving many patients wondering when the process is necessary during evaluation.  Fortunately, [sc name=”clinic-name”][/sc] …

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Physical Therapy: Is Feeling Pain After an Evaluation Normal?

Physical therapy helps people recover from traumatic injuries and conditions, allowing them to live a healthy and more active lifestyle. However, some people experience slight pain after their therapy session, making them hesitant to attend future treatments. That’s why [sc name=”clinic-name”][/sc] constructed a guide to help you better understand physical therapy and why it’s normal …

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July Newsletter

LISTENING WITH BOTH EARS When my kids were little I had to remind them regularly to listen. This was my favorite line: “God gave us two ears and one mouth for a reason — so that we listen twice as much as we speak!”As a parent, I have to keep this rule in mind too …

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