We enjoy letting our clients and employees know about helpful tidbits, interesting articles, and topics that affect the way we work. Our blog is a home for Therapy Center information of all kinds, and we welcome topic suggestions and comments!


 

Employee Spotlight: Brittany F., M.A. CCC-SLP

“It is an extremely precious gift to be able to express oneself. I am not sure there was one moment I can recall having a revelation about this career choice. However, after working with people who have Parkinson’s disease, hearing loss, ALS, TBI, stroke, autism, laryngectomy patients, etc., my...

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How to handle stress in the ever-changing healthcare industry

With words like eviction notice and budget cuts plaguing the news this year, healthcare professionals are experiencing added stress to an already stressful work environment.  Administrators in nursing homes are often in a high-stakes decision-making role, making decisions at every level, from food vendors to patient care, in order to keep operations running smoothly. According to...

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Therapy Center Stretch Tip: Cat-Camel

Ever wonder what stretches you can do at home to improve your overall well-being? Therapy Center asked our Physical Therapist, Kassy, what stretch she would suggested for people who sit for long periods of time throughout the day. The answer – CAT CAMEL! The Cat Camel stretch is a good, gentle mobilization...

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Screening Your Movements: How A Physical Therapist Can Help You Understand Your Body’s Limitations

Let’s talk about the last time you – or someone close to you – interviewed for a new job. Chances are that the first step was a phone screen with your potential employer, and when you passed that portion of the process with flying colors, you were then invited...

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Did You Know Physical Therapy Can Treat This?

When most people hear the words “physical therapy,” they immediately think of rehabilitation for someone with a sports injury. And while that’s accurate, physical therapists work with many types of patients, presenting with a wide variety of injuries, conditions and diseases. In fact, the profession of physical therapy can...

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Physical Therapy: A Key To Injury Prevention

You probably already know to make an appointment with a physical therapist when you sprain your ankle, develop tennis elbow, or have a surgery. But what if you’ve felt a slight twinge in your knee during your daily walk or noticed that your posture has changed since you accepted...

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Occupational Therapy Helps Patient Living With Multiple Sclerosis

How occupational therapy helps MS patients? When symptoms of multiple sclerosis inhibit the performance of the following activities, occupational therapy can be very beneficial. Activities of daily living — Self-feeding, dressing, bathing, grooming, and toileting Home management tasks — Meal prep/cooking, cleaning, laundry Work-related tasks — Due to cognitive...

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