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Warmup Exercises Reduce ACL Injuries

Nov 25, 2014 / Did You Know?

Simple warmup exercises might be enough to prevent one of the most common serious knee injuries suffered by youth athletes, especially females.

Widespread Pain Is Creating Widespread Prescription Drug Use

Oct 16, 2015 / Did You Know?

An estimated 126.1 million adults have felt some pain in the past 3 months, and 25.3 million adults suffer from pain daily, according to a recent study featured in the Journal of Pain.

Health Center on Exercise

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Physical therapists can develop a safe, individualized exercise plan for you, whether your goal is to manage your weight, improve your performance, or combat the effects of conditions such as heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes.

Health Center for Women

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Women's health physical therapists evaluate and treat conditions that specifically affect women. They design treatment plans for each woman’s needs, challenges, and goals.

Health Center on Stroke

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Physical therapy after a stroke is critical. Physical therapy starts right away after a stroke during acute care in the hospital. Based on stroke severity, many survivors of stroke will need more therapy services after discharge.

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Core Strengthening Activities for Children: Knock Me Over

Sep 9, 2015 / Activity

Core strengthening is essential for the progression of other developmental skills. The core muscles are the muscles in the abdomen, back, and pelvis, and are the center of control for everything the body does.

Feed the Elephant

Sep 9, 2015 / Activity

Kids will love racing to feed their elephants, while working on their fine motor skills. Carry your peanuts using tongs instead of fingers!

Rabbit Hole

Sep 9, 2015 / Activity

Rabbit Hole is a fun, cooperative gross motor game. Children think it is hilarious to pack themselves into a tight place, especially when they’re trying to get away from a fox!