We’ve all seen the ALS challenge, but do we really know what it is?
Frozen shoulder is a pathological process that is characterized by progression and then resolution of shoulder pain and mobility limitations; it can last 12 to 18 months
Stroke often causes paralysis on one side of the body, which means patients lose function in one arm and one leg.
A person that suffers from anxiety often feels stressed and physical therapy can offer tremendous help in reducing stress.
Tendinitis is a common overuse injury. Lifetime incidence of Achilles tendinitis for competitive athletes is 24%. About 7% to 9% of runners will incur an Achilles tendon injury in a given year, with a lifetime incidence of Achilles tendinitis as high as 40% to 50%.
According to choosept.com, physical therapy can improve balance and reduce falls risk for older adults. Regular exercise can reduce cognitive decline. A new study answers the question: Does physical therapy benefit older adults with dementia?
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