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How to Improve Kitchen Safety for Seniors

How to Improve Kitchen Safety for Seniors

by Jessica Hegg May 11, 2021 0 Comments

The kitchen is considered the heart of the home but it is also a room that is filled with safety risks, especially for those aging at home and who may be experiencing a decline in vision, mobility, strength, balance, coordination, or cognitive function. 
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Heat Therapy Guide for Post Injury

Heat Therapy Guide for Post Injury

by Patty Weasler, RN April 29, 2021 0 Comments

Heat therapy boasts an easy, inexpensive home treatment option that can relieve all sorts of aches and pains from lower back pain and muscle injuries to joint pain from osteoarthritis.
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Flat Feet Treatments that Relieve Pain

Flat Feet Treatments that Relieve Pain

by Patty Weasler, RN April 23, 2021 0 Comments

Flat feet is a common condition where the arch of the foot partially or completely touches the ground when you walk. Some people may not even realize they have flat feet and experience minimal or no foot pain because of it.
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7 Flat Feet Exercises to Help Relieve Pain

7 Flat Feet Exercises to Help Relieve Pain

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT April 23, 2021 0 Comments

Flat feet, also known as pes planus or fallen arches, can occur at any age. Whether it’s from genetics or an injury, having no arch can throw your mechanics.  While flat feet are most often asymptomatic; occasionally, pain and stiffness can occur. When it comes to flat feet, exercises can help build strength, support your arch, and improve your foot and ankle mechanics with movement. Keep reading for the best exercises you can do for flat feet.
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How to Sleep with Shoulder Pain

How to Sleep with Shoulder Pain

by Patty Weasler, RN April 16, 2021 0 Comments

Nighttime shoulder pain can significantly decrease the quality of your sleep. Whether your pain is caused by impingement, arthritis, or injury; finding a sleeping position that is comfortable and supports the shoulder joint is the first step to getting a good night’s sleep and reducing your shoulder pain.
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Best Stretches & Exercises for Shoulder Bursitis

Best Stretches & Exercises for Shoulder Bursitis

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT April 16, 2021 0 Comments

Shoulder bursitis is an orthopedic medical condition that is most common with repetitive motions (overuse) secondary to sports and aging. Ultimately, it can leave your shoulder feeling stiff, sore, and weak due to loss of function.
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How to Treat Shoulder Bursitis Pain

How to Treat Shoulder Bursitis Pain

by Patty Weasler, RN April 16, 2021 0 Comments

Shoulder bursitis is an overuse condition that is caused by inflammation within the small fluid-filled sacs called bursae. A bursa prevents rubbing between the bones, muscles, and tendons.
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Getting Started with a Hip Arthritis Treatment Plan

Getting Started with a Hip Arthritis Treatment Plan

by Patty Weasler, RN April 05, 2021 0 Comments

While there is no cure for hip arthritis, treatment options aim to reduce the pain and inflammation, and recommended treatment plans typically begin with non-surgical management techniques like medication, exercise, and stretching, however; if these are not effective, surgery may be recommended.
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Hip Arthritis Exercises to Help Manage Pain

Hip Arthritis Exercises to Help Manage Pain

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT April 05, 2021 0 Comments

If you’re struggling with hip arthritis, exercises can help to improve your quality of life. As articular cartilage wears out in the hip joint, it can become increasingly painful, stiff, and difficult to move.
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Hip Arthritis - What You Should Know

Hip Arthritis - What You Should Know

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT April 05, 2021 0 Comments

The hip is a multidimensional joint designed to provide adequate mobility and strength for daily activities. It is a ball-and-socket joint, with the ball being formed by the top of the thighbone and the socket being formed by a notch in the pelvis (called the acetabulum).
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What is a Heel Spur? - Injury Overview

What is a Heel Spur? - Injury Overview

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT March 25, 2021 0 Comments

A heel spur can cause pain and discomfort, but sometimes there may be no obvious symptoms at all. In this guide, we will discuss what a heel spur is, what causes it, and how to treat it. Many non-surgical treatments are available, most of which you can perform from the comfort of your home.

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PT Approved Heel Spur Exercises & Stretches

PT Approved Heel Spur Exercises & Stretches

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT March 25, 2021 0 Comments

Incorporating heel spur exercises and stretches into your daily routine is a great way to reduce painful symptoms and occurrence of heel pain by helping to manage inflammation in the bottom of your foot. Persistent heel pain can make that first step out of bed excruciating and linger throughout the day.
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