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How to Avoid Chronic Disease with Regular Physical Activity

How to Avoid Chronic Disease with Regular Physical Activity This article was written by Domeryne Pascua, MAG, SPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy, class of 2022, Kinetix Advanced Physical Therapy, Inc. What does “Chronic Disease” mean? Chronic diseases are broadly defined as any medical condition that lasts for at least a full year that requires ongoing…

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Laser Therapy: Another Tool in the Physical Therapist’s Arsenal

Laser Therapy: Another Tool in the Physical Therapist’s Arsenal This blog article about using laser therapy to reduce pain or immobility caused by chronic conditions was written by Maureen Madden, PT, OSC For many people with chronic conditions, traditional physical therapy modalities get them back to most activities, but some people still experience a lingering…

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How On-Demand Physical Therapy Benefits Patients With Chronic Conditions

How On-Demand Physical Therapy Benefits Patients With Chronic Conditions This article about on-demand physical therapy benefits was written by Luna Chronic pain affects more people than cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes combined. About 20% of adults in the United States experience chronic pain, and high-impact chronic pain affects around 8%. Everyone feels pain from time-to-time,…

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How Telehealth Expands Physical Therapy for Patients with Chronic Illness

How Telehealth Expands Physical Therapy for Patients with Chronic Illness This article about expanding access to physical therapy for patients with chronic illness by utilizing Telehealth services was written by Katie McBeth at Clinicient. While COVID-19 created plenty of disruptions, the pandemic also shone a spotlight on existing gaps in the healthcare industry. Luckily, these…

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Physical Therapy Gives Patients With Chronic Diseases The Ability to Take Charge of Their Health

Physical Therapy Gives Patients With Chronic Diseases The Ability to Take Charge of Their Health It’s no secret that participating in physical activity helps improve a person’s health over time. Short term, being active has the potential to boost your mood – reducing depression and anxiety, helping you to feel energized, and giving your sleep…