Rehab Therapy: Living with Alzheimer’s

By Jolie Koesters | Therapy News

Jean Herauf | Clinic Manager Today, an estimated 5.8 million Americans 65 and older have Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to rise to 13.8 million by 2050. While […]

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Breast Cancer Recovery and Lymphedema: How Physical Therapy Can Help

By Jolie Koesters | Therapy News

Tara Caudle, PT | Kori Knudson, PT | Madison Jensen, OT Most patients recover quickly after breast cancer surgery and have no lingering problems. When problems do occur, they include: […]

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Falls Prevention: How Physical and Occupational Therapy Can Help

By Jolie Koesters | Therapy News

Jean Herauf | Clinic Manager Falls and fear of falling can diminish your ability to lead a full, independent life. A fall can result in unwanted outcomes, including injury, loss […]

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Backpack Safety Tips

By Jolie Koesters | Therapy News

Jean Herauf, SLP | Clinic Manager A backpack that isn’t used properly can cause back problems or even injury. Children — or anyone wearing a backpack — should follow these […]

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Physical Therapy for Women’s Pelvic Health

By Jolie Koesters | Therapy News

Dr. Kori Knudson, PT  | Pelvic Health Specialist Nearly one in four women suffers from pelvic floor disorders and one-third of women experience some degree of urinary urgency or incontinence. […]

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A Guide to Pain-Free Gardening

By Jolie Koesters | Therapy News

Jean Herauf | Clinic Manager With spring at the doorstep and the promise of longer days ahead, many are eager to get into their yards to bring their gardens to […]

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