Pregnancy and Physical Therapy

Posted by admin on  March 5, 2018
Pregnancy and Physical Therapy Physical therapy during pregnancy can be useful for remedying common discomforts like back pain or for enhancing your body’s ability to have a smoother pregnancy and birth. Physical therapy is not just for recovery. Talk to your health care provider about incorporating physical therapy into your prenatal care. The reasons for back pain vary from person to person, but the majority of back pain concerns can be accounted for by one
American College of Rheumatology Praises Congressional Leaders for Passing Spending Bill that Includes Part B Fix, Therapy Caps Repeal Washington, DC, Feb. 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The American College of Rheumatology praises Congressional leaders for passing today’s sweeping spending agreement, which includes a technical provision reversing a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) policy that would have linked physicians’ quality payment adjustments to Medicare Part B drug costs starting in 2019. The ACR
Ready, Set, Refresh! How Physical Therapy Can Help You Reach Your 2018 Fitness Goals When the calendar year comes to a close, we often find ourselves physically and mentally depleted from the holidays and the end-of-the-year rush. It’s no wonder that three of the most common self-improvement resolutions uttered as the clock strikes midnight are: eat more healthily, lose weight and commit to a regular exercise program. January is a great time to press the
How Physical Therapy Helps Retirees Keep Dreams Alive During the Golden Years Are you among the millions of Americans who have high aspirations for how you’ll spend the extra time during your post-retirement years? Whether you plan to travel the world, pick up fly fishing, spend more time woodworking or sign up for a golf league, your physical fitness level will be a factor. A 2010 study suggests that the fitness declines we typically attribute

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