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Fall Prevention Week 2021

Falls Prevention Week is September 20-24, 2021  This is a time to remind our seniors and their families to check out their fall risk and put a plan in place to prevent falls.  So often, falls can be prevented with a little planning.   What can you do?  Take notice of the environment around you or your loved one.  Are all walkways clear?  Are loose rugs in the path?  Are cords crossing over the path?   How is the lighting?  Do ...
Posted on 2021-09-21

Cardiac Rehab Week Feb 14-20, 2021

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

Hip tendonitis, Part 1

Hip tendonitis, Part 1
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 2018-06-04

Neurobionics in Prosthetics, Part 3

Neurobionics in Prosthetics, Part 3
To help people who have lost a limb due to accident, military service, or disease, replacing that limb with something as serviceable as possible is the ultimate goal of prosthetic researchers. For the amputee, a functioning bionic limb is perhaps the “Holy Grail” of limb replacement.   This is the third and final installment of Neurobionics in Prosthetics, a series that attempts to connect similar advances in prosthetic technology with the concept of the bionic limb, a far mor...
Posted on 2018-03-26

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