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Can Physical Therapy Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients?

Affecting approximately one million Americans, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, typically progressive health condition that is characterized by the loss of myelin – the material that covers and protects the nerves in the central nervous system. While there’s no known cure for MS, certain rehabilitative treatments, such as physical therapy, can help in controlling [...]

Can Physical Therapy Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients?2020-08-04T18:04:36+00:00

Physical Therapy: How It Can Help With Weakness and Aging

By world standards, the U.S is quite a young nation – with a median age of jut 38.5. However, thanks to improved nutrition and sanitation, improved availability of wellness and health information, and better access to healthcare, the senior population of the country is growing rapidly.  According to the U.S Census Bureau, the number of [...]

Physical Therapy: How It Can Help With Weakness and Aging2020-08-04T18:05:18+00:00

Physical Therapy: 3 Ways it Helps in Slowing Down the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

A progressive disease characterized by gradually worsening dementia symptoms, Alzheimer’s disease affects an estimated 5.8 million Americans aged 65 and older. The condition is thought to be caused by abnormal buildup of proteins in and around the brain cells, which leads to progressive deterioration. Some of its common symptoms include: Loss of memory Confusion with space [...]

Physical Therapy: 3 Ways it Helps in Slowing Down the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s2020-08-04T18:05:38+00:00
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