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Different Pain Types and Classifications

Nobody wants to be in discomfort. When we talk about pain, we remember instances that put us in distress. No one wants to be in this state. We do not want our loved ones to feel this way. However, it can still happen in some cases, such as ankle pain...

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Is It Possible to Have Stress-Free Recovery?

One of the biggest goals for patients is recovery. Through this, they can live life the way they used to. However, this does not always come easy. This isn’t the same for every patient, given the fact that the treatment for their condition is not t...

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Simple Non-Invasive Pain Management Techniques

Patients struggle with a lot of aspects in their lives. Regardless of the severity of their condition, most of them may encounter the same challenges. And one thing that almost every patient can relate to is experiencing pain. Is there an immediate t...

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Breath-based exercise to address low back range of motion, stability and...

  Videos are for educational purposes only. These videos were made for clients under a physician’s care. As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense.  To reduce and avoid injury, you will wa...

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You Only Get One Body, Treat it Right!

When was the last time you took a moment and celebrated your body? Not because it’s well built or attractive— but because it’s an impressive piece of functional art. Here are some interesting facts that will help you appreciate your bod...

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The Role of Occupational Therapy in Stroke Rehabilitation

Randy Madison, MOT/L Stroke is a leading cause of adult disability in the United States, with an estimated 7 million stroke survivors. Each year, approximately 795,000 people have either a new or recurrent stroke (Go et al., 2013). Stroke survivors f...

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