Occupational Therapy in Home Health

During National Occupational Therapy Month, we would like to bring attention to the role of occupational therapists in various settings and tips for managing conditions associated with occupational therapy treatment. With a growing population of individuals needing treatment in their homes, this week, we would like to focus on occupational therapy...

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Help Us Celebrate National OT Month In April!

April marks the recognized celebration of National Occupational Therapy Month. You may wonder, “what is occupational therapy exactly?” According to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), occupational therapy is the only profession that helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through...

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National Athletic Training Month: Unparalleled Continuum of Care

  During our final full week of National Athletic Training Month, we want to recognize the unparalleled continuum of care athletic trainers provide for patients. Working in multiple settings, such as primary care support and outpatient rehab, allows athletic trainers to provide medical services not only to athletes, but...

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Athletic Trainers Take Responsibility And Lower Risk

Many are familiar with the role that athletic trainers play on the field, attending to injuries. What some may not realize is the integral role they play in the operations of the sports programs at local schools. They work closely, building trust with the school athletic directors, local physicians,...

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Athletic Trainers Save Lives

As part of National Athletic Training Month, we want to recognize a serious condition that affects thousands of athletes each year – concussions. According to a study published by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), high school football players sustain greater head accelerations after impact during play than do college-level...

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Success Story: Jessie Hardesty

  After experiencing serious complications from back surgery that resulted in a decline in her strength and cognitive abilities, Jessie Hardesty became a resident at Lakeview Manor Nursing Home in order to receive skilled care. This is where her journey back home began… “I came close to dying…I came...

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National Athletic Training Month- Get the Facts

  In March, we recognize the team of experts who treat musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries as part of  National Athletic Training Month . Our team of athletic trainers collaborate with physicians, physical therapists, coaches, student trainers, athletes, parents/guardians, administrative personnel and other health care professionals to ensure the best...

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Success Story: Edna Luck

After several brief hospitalizations, Edna Luck arrived to our partner facility, Lakeview Manor Nursing Home, experiencing extreme pain in her left leg due to shingles. The pain became so severe that she could not stand or walk on her own. In addition to losing physical strength, Edna’s cognitive function...

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