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Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 4: Can Elite Athletes with Breast Cancer Recover Their Fitness Level?
Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 4: Can Elite Athletes with Breast Cancer Recover Their Fitness Level?

During October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ProFysio is focusing on how breast cancer patients can often benefit from physical therapy designed to keep them more active. In the final installment, part 4 of our series, we delve into the topic of elite athletes and breast ...

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    During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ProFysio is delving into multiple topics relating to physical activity and physical therapy as it relates to ...

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  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 2: Physical Therapy During Chemo

    Chemotherapy is a systemic drug treatment designed to weaken or destroy cancer cells. It does so by targeting the most rapidly dividing cells, and the ...

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  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 1: How Physical Therapy Can Help Breast Cancer Patients

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At ProFysio, we encourage those being treated for breast cancer to consider physical therapy to aid in their ...

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  • Physical Therapy for Hospice Patients

    Hospice care seeks to improve the quality of life for a terminally ill person whose medical treatments have been exhausted. Usually, these patients ...

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  • How Physical Therapy Can Help Alleviate Chronic Pain

    Chronic pain is a very common condition, and affects more than 100 million Americans every year, causing an estimated minimum of $560 billion annually ...

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  • How Physical Therapy Can Help Down Syndrome Patients

    Children with Down syndrome face certain challenges, both physically and intellectually. However, they can lead fulfilling lives, have a routine, and ...

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  • The Importance of Physical Therapy After a Hip Replacement

    Hip replacement surgery is used most commonly on patients with osteoarthritis, a condition caused by wear-and-tear on the joints where any form of ...

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  • Physical Therapy for Stroke Survivors

    The reason why a stroke is so devastating is because it causes a disruption of blood flow to the brain, and the lack of oxygen to the brain causes ...

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  • What Is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

    You’ve probably heard of carpal tunnel syndrome, and one related condition is cubital tunnel syndrome, which is the second most common nerve ...

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