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Before we talk about the Suspended Gait Training, let's first look at what Gait Training is.  According to Wikipedia, "Gait training or gait rehabilitation is the act of learning how to walk, either as a child, or, more frequently, after sustaining an injury or disability." In Physcial Therapy, Gait Training is used after an injury or any condition which affects your ability to walk.  It can be used for general weakness, after a stroke, and various neuromuscul...
Posted on 2020-07-02
Let's talk about Hearing and Speech. Did you know . . . .. Many don't recognize all of the benefits of Speech Therapy.  Speech Therapists help people with speaking, listening, writing, reading, thinking and swallowing.  The causes of these problems vary.  Per ASHA.org some common causes of speech, language and cognitive problems are: stroke, head injury, breathing problems, vocal abuse, head and neck cancer and certain diseases like Parkinson's, ALS, Azheimer's and MLS. ...
Posted on 2020-06-11
We are happy to announce that We Are Back!  We will be open twice a week for now.  You will notice lots of changes but nothing we can't handle together.  We will work together to keep you and our staff safe & healthy.  There will be less people in the building at once and other protocols in place to decrease the spread of the coronavirus.  You must call in now when you arrive.  No walk-ins are accepted.   You can go to our Facebook page to watch our&n...
Posted on 2020-05-19
Hey folks!  The month of April is full of so many awareness proclamations and events.  But one that is special to us is Limb Loss Awareness Month!  As I traverse the internet and mountains of information, I find that Limb Loss gets left left off of these lists-which speaks volumes to me.  As I'm writing this, I also contacted some of these health awareness sites asking them to include Limb Loss on their lists.  AMPEDUP is designed more as mental health support. ...
Posted on 2020-04-16
"Tennis elbow" is the common term for a painful medical condition called  lateral epicondylitis. The primary cause of tennis elbow is repetitive movement of the forearm, hand, wrist, and elbow, often while tightly gripping an object. The forearm muscles and tendons outside of the epicondylitis - the elbow joint – become inflamed and injured from overuse. Tennis elbow occurs most often in the patient’s dominant arm, but can occur in the non-dominant arm or even both arms. Althou...
Posted on 2020-04-13
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