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Hip flexor tendonitis, a.k.a: hip tendinopathy, or even more accurately, iliopsoas tendonitis is inflammation of any one of several tendons in the hip, generally associated with degeneration of the tendon. Because tendons tend to have poor circulation, these injuries are often slow to heal.   Last week, we began a study of Hip flexor tendonitis. In Part 2, we will discuss treatment options that can be performed by a qualified therapist and preventive measures the patient can take to avoid...
Posted on 2019-03-06
Hip flexor tendonitis, a.k.a: hip tendinopathy, or even more accurately, iliopsoas tendonitis is inflammation of any one of several tendons in the hip, generally associated with degeneration of the tendon. Because tendons tend to have poor circulation, these injuries are often slow to heal.   This week, we will begin a study of Hip flexor tendonitis. In Part 1, we will discuss common causes and symptoms, and risk factors for hip tendonitis.   Biomechanics The muscle involved with ...
Posted on 2019-02-20
Hey yall!  It's February, the month of LOVE!  We want to show our amputees some love.  Our next AMPEDUP Support Group is coming up.  It's this Friday, 2-15-19 @ 2:00.  If you want to join us just give us a call @ 225.644.0290.  Or if you're on Facebook goto our page & register for the Event.  We hope to see you soon!  Missed one?  No worries, just call & come to the next one.  Amputee GotoExcelRehab #LicensedtoHeal
Posted on 2019-02-12
Welcome to 2019!!!  We have exciting news to share.  Starting this month we will be hosting an amputee support group in Ascension Parish.  This is a free community service.  You do not have to be a patient at Excel Rehab to join.   As we treated our patients and listened to their stories, we decided to see what was available to meet this population's needs in our community.  We found no support groups in Gonzales or in the parish for amputees.  We made a ...
Posted on 2019-01-09
As part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program, the patient will also need occupational therapy, especially if the patient has lost an arm. Independence is the ultimate goal of any therapy. As in physical therapy, there are four phases to occupational therapy. Last time, we discussed the Phase 3 of Occupational Therapy of the rehabilitation process. This week we will explore the fourth and final phase of this process; Advanced Functional Training.   Phase 4: Advanced Functional Train...
Posted on 2019-01-02
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