Monthly Archives: February 2013

Keeping Relationships Solid with Parkinson’s

Do you have a loved one dealing with Parkinson’s?  Please take a few moments to read over the advice below from The Michael J. Fox Foundation on keeping a solid relationship and being supportive to those in our lives with … Continue reading

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Occupational Therapy and Multiple Sclerosis

Occupational Therapy can be very beneficial when symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis make it difficult for you to perform the activities of daily living.  Click on the link below to view one woman’s story on how Occupational Therapy helped her! Click … Continue reading

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Preventing Lymphedema

Lymphedema is the condition in which fluid retention is a specific area causes tissue swelling due to a compromised lymphatic system.  Lymphedema can cause bacterial infections and even skin ulcers in the area of swelling.  Please follow the link below … Continue reading

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Stress Relievers for Your Hands and Wrists

Multiple factors have been associated as the cause of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and unfortunately no tactics have been medically proven to completely prevent it.  However, below is a link from the Mayo Clinic with some ideas on how to reduce … Continue reading

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Elderly Fall Prevention

10 Shocking Statistics About Elderly Falls These shocking statistics highlight the importance of preventing falls by taking deliberate precautions. Age related losses in muscle strength, flexibility, or balance reactions can be addressed through balance, strength assessments, or rehabilitation therapy. •When … Continue reading

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Relief for Arthritis Sufferers

Exercise is not only good for your health, but it can also help relieve the symptoms of arthritis. In fact, the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) announced that people with arthritis who exercise have less pain, more energy, improved sleep, … Continue reading

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Promoting Exercise for Osteoporosis

Promoting good posture, strength, movement, flexibility and balance is essential for those with osteoporosis.  Check out the link below from the National Osteoporosis Foundation for a few examples of exercises that will improve posture, balance and strength. Click here for … Continue reading

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Effects of Dance on Parkinson’s Patients

Dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease are ongoing in Brooklyn, New York, and more than 75 other communities around the world. Participants are empowered to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative.  Please … Continue reading

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