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What the Vaccine Means for Hands-on Care

Letter from the CEO: What the Vaccine Means for Hands-on Care 2020 was full of learning experiences with all new processes, protocols, and standards. As the world shifted to remote settings, so did life for our physical therapists, who like

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Movement is Medicine

How The LSVT-BIG Program Helps Treat Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s disease is a “progressive disease of the nervous systems marked by tremor, muscle rigidity and slow, imprecise movement. It is associated with degeneration of the basal ganglia of the brain and

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Physical Activity Improves Your Health

APTA’s New ChoosePT Public Service Announcement Delivers the Movement Message. The spot, to be distributed nationwide, is a call to increase physical activity—and seek PTs to help improve and restore movement. “It’s time to move, and keep moving, America —

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Avoiding Shoulder Injuries in Baseball

Shoulder and elbow injuries are common in baseball players of all ages, however, this is increasingly common as youth players become more specialized and more competitive at earlier ages. Additionally, players may not have access to the same level of

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What is Graston Technique?

How the Graston Technique Can Help You Feel Your Best Graston technique is a form of Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) often used by physical therapists when treating injuries involving soft tissue damage, including muscles and tendons. How does it

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Is Your Lower Back Ready For Winter?

Your holiday shopping is done, but is your lower back ready for this winter? Your hat and scarf were thrown aside after about 10 minutes of shoveling, once you started sweating. You got down the sidewalk with ease, breathing heavy

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