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The shoulder joint is the utmost complicated joint in the human body. Its job is to give you both the freedom of movement to rotate your arm 360 degrees, as well as the steadiness that permits all the bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments that make up the shoulder joint to work together.
With all of the fragments that make up the shoulder joint, it’s not unusual to experience pain or restriction of movement because of some injury. If you are living through shoulder pain, attempt these…[...] READ MORE
Scheduling an elective orthopedic surgery will often allow you adequate time to prepare yourself and your home for post surgical convalescence. There are a good number of things that you can do in advance to make this time more comfortable and less stressful. You should speak to your surgeon and their staff about medications, insurance coverage for assistive equipment, and specific precautions or limitations on activity, but not many patients realize that a pre-operative or "Prehab" visit(s) with a physical therapist can help…[...] READ MORE
Six Aquatic Physical Therapy Exercises To Improve Your Balance
Have you fallen recently? Do you feel unsteady on your feet?
Thousands of seniors fall each year causing physical, social, and emotional trauma as well as a loss of independence.
- Risk of falls increases with age and is greater for women than men.
- 1/3 of people over 65 fall annually.
- 2/3 of those who fall will fall again within 6 months.
- Falls are the leading cause of death from injury among people 65 and older. And consist of approx 9,500 deaths…