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Oasis Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab
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It’s common to lose some degree of function and mobility after suffering a stroke; a physical therapist can help you improve balance and strengthen and restore weakened parts of your body.
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“Prehabilitation” or physical therapy before joint replacement surgery can help to ease recovery, reducing both the extent and expense of post operative care.
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For teens affected by scoliosis, a new study demonstrates that specialized physical therapy exercises can improve the curve of the spine and muscle endurance, as well as quality of life.
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Arthritis is the most common cause of disability in adults over 65, with 51.8 million seniors in the US suffering from the disease.
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It doesn’t matter whether you’re sitting or lying down - studies have shown time and again that inactivity is bad for your health!
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Sometimes you can’t avoid a sports-related injury. However, proper conditioning and wearing the right protective gear can help prevent many injuries.
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You might consider physical therapy instead of some surgical procedures – it’s been found to be just as effective for conditions such as meniscal tears, knee osteoarthritis, rotator cuff tears, spinal stenosis, and degenerative disk disease.
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Back pain in school-aged children is an increasingly common occurrence, and the prevalence of low back pain increases once children reach school age. As a result, it’s becoming more common for children and adolescents to seek medical care because of back pain.
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According to studies, young athletes who specialize in an "individual" sport from an early age—particularly gymnastics, tennis, and dance—are at higher risk for overuse injuries than those in team sports. On the other hand, acute traumatic injuries are more common in team sports such as football, cheerleading and soccer.
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Whether you’re sitting still or moving around, good posture makes you less prone to injury and helps you avoid neck, shoulder, and back pain.
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