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The Importance of Being Active After Knee Replacement Surgery
The Importance of Being Active After Knee Replacement Surgery

For people whose knees lack sufficient cartilage to cushion the knee joint, life can be unbearably painful. The knees are weight-bearing joints, making it almost impossible to get relief from constant pain. Knee replacement surgery may be the ticket to a healthier, more ...

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Blog posts in Rehabilitation

  • Physical Therapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy

    Cerebral palsy is a condition caused by brain damage and is generally used to describe a group of symptoms and disabilities that affect the ...

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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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  • 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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  • Contact Sports and How to Keep Children Safe

    Children should be physically active, and sports are a great way to make sure kids get their exercise, stay healthy, do well in school, and even have ...

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  • Physical Therapy for Sprained Ankles

    Thousands upon thousands of people twist their ankles every hour. Sprained ankles are so abundantly common, some refer to them as the “common cold of ...

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  • How Physical Therapy Can Help Stroke Survivors

    Nobody is prepared for a stroke. This often-catastrophic health event can cause partial paralysis, motor impairments, blindness, and loss of ...

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  • Physical Therapy Exercises to Ease Sciatica Pain

    The sciatic nerve is the longest, widest nerve in the human body, and it provides sensation from the lower back through the buttock region and down ...

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