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Exercise Improves Arm Function After Breast Cancer Surgery by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Posted Mon 21 Jun 2010 7:52am Breast cancer surgery, particularly mastectomy, can dramatically effect the associated shoulder and arm by reducing range of motion and strength, while causing pain and swelling under the arm.  Previous studies have suggested that strengthening and stretching exercises after breast cancer surgery can help improve recovery of arm function.  Howeve ... Read on »
Osteoporosis and Exercise – Activities, Guidelines, Research, and Insights from Physical Therapist and Polestar Pilates Ed by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Dec 2009 3:00pm Many thanks to guest author Sherri Betz of TheraPilates® Physical Therapy Clinic in Santa Cruz, CA for letting me share this great information for Osteoporosis and exercise on my Centerworks.com/blog.   Sherri  recently published this article in her newsletter, and then added extra insights once the questions started flooding in! I encourag ... Read on »
Osteoporosis and Exercise – Activities, Guidelines, Research, and Insights from Physical Therapist and Polestar Pilates Educator by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Dec 2009 3:00pm 1 Comment Many thanks to guest author Sherri Betz of TheraPilates® Physical Therapy Clinic in Santa Cruz, CA for letting me share this great information for Osteoporosis and exercise on my Centerworks.com/blog.   Sherri  recently published this article in her newsletter, and then added extra insights once the questions started flooding in! I encoura ... Read on »
Physical Therapy 8-6 by Haveyroo Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:02pm Haven did great with PT today. She has been working hard on her exercises lately. We're working on the hips and shoulder regions the most as these are her weakest areas. We also noticed that her left side is not used as much as the right side. Haven does 1 hour with her physical therapist twice a week and then we keep it up on the other day ... Read on »
Physical Therapy- New Study- Living Well Medical-Physical therapy NYC by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Sat 17 Jan 2009 12:00am www.livingwellnewyork.com New Study Shows Manual Physical Therapy and Exercise Produces Significant Improvements in Neck Pain Physical therapy can help with you pain! read below or visit our Manhattan Physical therapist- Physical therapy in Manhattan — The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is urging patients with musculoskele ... Read on »
Physical Therapy by T Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:25pm I made it through without fainting. The evaluation lasted an hour plus I had to wait for 30 minutes. I was worried about what would happen and it feels like a victory that I made it through. It also felt good to be involved in something other than researching how I can get better. I've always been very physically active-I did a triathlon, trained ... Read on »
Mastectomy Therapy: Physical Therapy using Lymphatic Therapy for Pre and Post Mastectomy Surgery by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 21 May 2012 11:57am Many of our clients come to Healthy Being Wellness Center managing breast cancer.  We often provide pre and post surgical education and lymphatic therapy to assist their bodies in recovery and obtaining optimal health.  It is absolutely essential for the breast cancer patient to understand the process their body is undergoing as t ... Read on »
VIDEO: New Physical Therapy Exercises by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Wed 30 Mar 2011 12:55pm Yesterday, I wrote that I would get some tape of these two new physical therapy exercises they gave me. So, here you are.     And that is NOT butt crack… that’s the lower end of a surgical scar from back surgery in 1990.  So save your disgusted comments.  Cuz if you wanna see butt crack, I HAVE some BUTT CRACK photos ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Exercises for Spinal Stenosis by hqbk Posted Thu 03 Nov 2011 5:54am The narrowing of the spinal canal creates pressure on the nerves, and this results in spinal stenosis. This is a severe and complicated problem, which might lead to pain and discomfort. In order to get relief from the pain, physical therapy is the ideal solution ensuring faster and longer lasting results. There might be different types of spinal st ... Read on »
Physical Therapy Exercises for the Shoulder by hqbk Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 3:34am Being the most flexible joint in the human body, the shoulder is prone to injuries and dislocation that is usually very painful. A dislocated shoulder can limit the range of motion and impair function. Physical therapy exercises for the shoulder are highly beneficial and effective in treating pain, stiffness and other issues that affect this regi ... Read on »