fibromyalgia

Understanding Fibromyalgia

September 3rd, 2019

In a previous blog, we discussed the truth about fibromyalgia. Many people who live with fibromyalgia may not even know they have it until it is diagnosed, since it portrays itself as a collection of symptoms rather than a disease.   Fibromyalgia is a physiological condition that is commonly accompanied by chronic pain, fatigue, changes

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Let us Help you Take Care of your Child

July 25th, 2018

Children undergo a number of ailments and injuries during their developmental years, some minor, while others can significantly impact the quality of their daily lives. These can include genetic, neurological (such as cerebral palsy) and orthopedic disorders. Physical therapists are trained to diagnose a variety of developmental problems in children. They work closely with other

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Don’t Fall For This… (Reduce the risks of falling)

July 25th, 2018

The risk of falling increases with age. A reduction in balance and an increase in reaction time increases the likelihood of falls. In most cases, there is an underlying factor or a risk factor that results in a fall. Reducing the number of risk factors and improving balance with regular exercise are key components of

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