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What Does Lupus Feel Like?
What Does Lupus Feel Like?

Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes inflammation and pain throughout the body. An autoimmune disease involves the body’s immune system attacking healthy cells, and with lupus, these attacks most prominently affect the skin, joints and internal organs like the ...

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  • The Benefits of Daily Stretching

    The Importance of Stretching The ultimate goal of physical therapy is to focus on improving the body’s overall well-being with the most advanced ...

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  • A Physical Therapist's Guide to Stroke Rehabilitation

    What Is a Stroke? A stroke occurs when poor blood flow to the brain leads to damaged brain tissue, disrupting normal brain functions. There are two ...

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  • What's Causing My Vertigo?

    Episodes of vertigo can be scary for those affected, and it’s confusing if you don’t know what’s happening. It may be more than just a headache if any ...

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  • Treatment of Balance Dysfunction with Physical Therapy

    According to the National Council on Aging, “Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans. Falls threaten seniors’ ...

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  • Treatment of Dizziness with Physical Therapy

    The vestibular system is both a sensory and motor system and therefore plays many roles in postural control. Most importantly it controls your body’s ...

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  • Balancing and Strengthening for Ankle Sprains

    After experiencing a sprained ankle, you may be eager to get back on your feet; however, it is critical to take things one step at a time. When ...

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  • Balance and Falls

    The Importance of Maintaining Balance Individuals with balance problems have difficulty maintaining a stable and upright position in standing, ...

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