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Well folks, it's that SEASON again.  Hurricane Season, that is.  It's not one we look forward to, but definitely one we know how to prepare for here in Louisiana. We always seem to remember those basic esssentials like flashlights, batteries, water, etc.  But when you have someone with mobility impairments or other significant health issues, you have to think with more safety specifics in mind, especially if you have to evacuate.  The number on...
Posted on 2021-06-01
It's February!  Is love in the air?  We are often talking about matters of the heart during February.  There's Valentine's Day.  And it's American Heart Month.  In December 1963, President Lyndon B Johnson wrote the very first proclomation for American Heart Month, proclaiming February 1964 to be the first one.   Today, we still focus on education, healthy eating, healthy lifestyles, and working collaboratively to create a healthier world.  Prevention is ...
Posted on 2021-02-15
We've added to our Speech Services!  Our Speech Therapist, Nicole, is already certified in Vital Stim, DPNS, Interactive Metronome, and LSVT: LOUD.  Now she is FEES certified.  We are so excited for her and proud of her recent accomplishments.   So what is FEES?  This is a Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing.  It can be performed in an outpatient setting.  You will be fully awake during the Evaluation.  It isn't painful.  There's...
Posted on 2020-11-20
"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
Cervical Herniated Disc When the outer cartilage bands cracks or breaks, the gel inside the disc ,nucleus pulpus leaks out placing pressure on nerve roots.  The nuclear material releases chemical irritants causing nerve inflammation and pain.  Most don't require surgery.  Anti-inflammatory meds, physical therapy, cervical traction and spinal injections can help relieve symptoms. Muscle Strain Muscle strains occur when the muscle is overworked or over stretched.  Strains ra...
Posted on 2019-07-10
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