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Choose Movement Over Bed Rest to Improve the Result of Your Hospital Stay

Sep 6, 2019 / Health Tips

People in the hospital spend a lot of time in bed. One study found that hospital patients spend over 95% of their time in bed. Bed rest may be unavoidable for some, based on their condition, but it's harmful for most people.

Chronic Pain in Children and Physical Therapy: What You Should Know

Jun 27, 2019 / Health Tips

Nobody wants to see a child in pain. We most often see it after an accident, injury, or during an illness, but what about when it continues and does not resolve with time or simple treatments?

Physical Therapy Guide to Above-Knee Amputation (Transfemoral Amputation)

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Above-knee amputation is a surgical procedure performed to remove a damaged limb due to trauma, disease, or congenital disability.

Physical Therapy Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disability that results in social, communication, and behavior challenges. Symptoms vary from mild to severe.

Physical Therapy Guide to Benign Hypermobility Joint Syndrome

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Benign hypermobility joint syndrome is a hereditary disorder of the connective tissues (ligaments) resulting in loose joints throughout the body.

Physical Therapy Guide to Bunion (Hallux Valgus)

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

A bunion (hallux valgus) is a bony bump on the side of the foot that develops at the base of the big toe.

Physical Therapy Guide to Cancer

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that destroy normal, healthy cells. Cancer and related treatments can cause physical problems.

Physical Therapy Guide to Cervical Radiculopathy

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Cervical radiculopathy, often called a pinched nerve in the neck, causes pain to radiate (extend) to the shoulder, shoulder blade, arm, or hand.

Physical Therapy Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a condition noted by extreme fatigue that lasts for more than six months. Another name for CFS is myalgic encephalomyelitis.

Physical Therapy Guide to Compartment Syndrome

Aug 26, 2021 / Guide

Compartment syndrome occurs when there is increased pressure in one of the compartments of the body. It results in deep pain (usually in the leg or arm).