Learn about the many ways our SLPs can work as part of your care team to enhance your participation, accessibility, and functioning as it relates to communication, cognition, and swallowing during every day activities.
Each year, almost 800,000 strokes occur in the United States. Someone dies from stroke every four minutes, making it the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Knowing the signs of stroke, how to prevent it, and how to help others around you, just might save a life.
As we shovel out our walks and driveways from the first significant snowstorm of the season, our physical therapy staff has pulled together some tips to help reduce your risk for injury.
You might be surprised to learn that both prolonged sitting or standing can put you at risk for certain health issues. Learn how to balance a bit of both throughout your day to gain the optimal benefits for your health.
Intriguing new research about how the brain perceives pain is leading to new treatments that are helping patients reconceptualize and cope with pain through the use of pain management skills.
People often enter into cancer treatment with the expectation that they might lose their hair, experience nausea or battle fatigue, but more patients are now learning and being counseled that they may experience changes in thinking.
Whether you ride for fun or competition, our rehabilitation therapists recommend that you incorporate these key stretches into your riding regimen in order to help prevent injuries.
Our rehabilitation therapists have pulled together these key strengthening and conditioning exercises to help you stay healthy and injury-free on your bike this season.
While concussions can happen to anyone at any time, our young athletes are particularly vulnerable. With spring sports underway, this is a great time to review what a concussion is, the signs and symptoms, and when to seek medical attention.
Whether your little one arrived five days or five years ago, you might have noticed you’re experiencing stress incontinence. This does not have to be the new you. Learn how you can improve or prevent incontinence.