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Physical Therapy for Parkinson’s

Five ways physical therapy is helpful for Parkinson’s patients

May 10th, 2021

Hand tremors, stiffness in the limbs and trunk, and slowness are symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive condition that originates in the brain. This condition occurs when neurons in the movement control part of the brain become impaired or start to die. It’s estimated that about 60,000 Americans develop Parkinson’s every

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How to Stop Tension Headaches

How to stop tension headaches with physical therapy

May 3rd, 2021

The tension slowly builds in your neck, and you can feel it slowly moving into your head. Eventually, this tension turns to pain. You’re now one of the millions of people who experience tension headaches every day. You’re also likely keen to find out how to stop your tension headaches.  Tension-type headaches often occur when

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Physical Therapy for Neck Arthritis

Three physical therapy exercises to help your neck arthritis

April 19th, 2021

Feeling stiffness and pain in your neck? If you’re older, these could be signs that you have neck arthritis.  The neck is made up of vertebrae, facet joints, cartilage and discs that can all wear out as you age. This natural wearing is what leads to cervical osteoarthritis. It’s reported that more than 85% of

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