When you become a parent, nobody tells you how hard it is on your body, especially your wrists, elbows, back and neck. Practice these safe lifting techniques to avoid injury.Topics and Subtopics: Infant Care,Physical & Occupational Therapy,Women's Health
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I enjoy working with a variety of patients and with years of experience, I know that for the best outcomes to occur in physical therapy, the treatments must go beyond just the appointment visit. I enjoy getting to know my patients and developing treatment plans that work with their lifestyles. I recommend exercise and minor changes in behavior that can realistically fit with a patients’ everyday life to promote and empower physical well-being long after therapy is completed.
Do you know how to properly garden without causing excessive stress on your body? By learning a bit about the ergonomics involved in gardening you can save yourself pain and strain so you can work smarter, not harder!Topics and Subtopics: Fitness & Exercise,Physical & Occupational Therapy
Many gardeners plunge into their projects with great enthusiasm but unconditioned bodies. This doesn't need to happen! Follow these tips for injury free gardening.Topics and Subtopics: Fitness & Exercise,Physical & Occupational Therapy