• 21 AUG 17
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    Physical Therapy – Another Option for Living with Autism

    Physical Therapy – Another Option for Living with Autism

    Autism is often viewed as a condition of the mind, but it also has a strong physical component that can be addressed through physical therapy. People of all ages with autism often have difficulty with motor skills, along with issues concerning balance, coordination and muscle tone. Patients with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) typically have movement

    • 07 AUG 17
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    Let Physical Therapy Reduce Your Fibromyalgia Related Pain

    Let Physical Therapy Reduce Your Fibromyalgia Related Pain

    Those who are diagnosed with fibromyalgia are happy to finally know what’s wrong, but they’re often depressed when they contemplate living with the condition. There’s no cure for fibromyalgia, but physical therapy is effective in alleviating the symptoms and improving quality of life. No one knows for sure what causes the disorder, but it’s believed

    • 17 JUL 17
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    Heel Pain and Injury: The Physical Therapy Solution

    Heel Pain and Injury: The Physical Therapy Solution

    The feet bear the weight of the body upon them, but the heel of the foot receives little thought unless it begins to hurt. Pain can originate under the heel (plantar fasciitis) or the back of the heel in the Achilles tendon. Inflammation, swelling and pain are common complaints associated with the heel. An injury

    • 03 JUL 17
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    Physical Therapy for Joint Replacement

    Physical Therapy for Joint Replacement

    The decision to have a joint replacement is a big step involving major surgery and significant rehabilitation times. Patients will need to work closely with their surgeon and physical therapist for a return to full functionality and the new lease on life that a joint replacement can provide. Knee and hip joints make up the

    • 19 JUN 17
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    Suffering From Lupus

    Suffering From Lupus

    Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease marked by inflammation in which the immune system attacks healthy tissue, along with bacteria and viruses. It affects all parts of the body, including skin, joints and organs. People with lupus go through cycles of remission and flare-ups in which symptoms worsen. The disease is most often seen in