Osteoarthritis (OA) can have a major impact on essential and functional activities of daily living. It can reduce or hinder a person’s ability to walk, ride a bike, climb stairs or get on the ground to play with children and grandchildren.
The comparison between women and men is a common one, and the medical world is no exception. Many dysfunctions and diseases are statistically greater in one gender over the other, including Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD).
Posted on by Jovie Murtha, PT, Women's Health Specialist
(Are we ever, ever, ever... getting back together?)
Diastasis recti...sounds like an odd sea creature, doesn't it? If you are a pregnant mom, or have recently delivered, you may be familiar with the term.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis.1 The degenerative joint disease is due to a breakdown of cartilage. Arthritis can occur in many joints including the hands, hips, knees, lower back, neck and shoulders.
You may be asking this question: what on earth is an AlterG anti-gravity treadmill?
AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmills are considered anti-gravity because they use innovative “Differential Air Pressure (DAP)” technology that counteracts gravitational forces, gently adjusting body weight from 100 percent down to as low as 20 percent.1Read More
Posted on by Jamie Coburn Van Horn, OTR/L, Astym-Cert
Through my 20+ years of practice as an Occupational Therapist (OT), my skill set and how I apply my core knowledge of Occupational Therapy has evolved. I often get asked, “What is Occupational Therapy?” and given my personal experience, that can be a difficult question to answer in a few sentences. Since April is OT month, I thought I would take a minute to share my thoughts and experiences to provide insight on the wonderful profession of OT.