COVID recovery

Post-COVID Recovery is Necessary – and Becoming Widely Available

Post-COVID Recovery is Necessary – and Becoming Widely Available This article about post-COVID recovery was written by Michael Kamme, PT, Cert MDT – Senior Physical Therapist Since COVID-19 first appeared in the United States, medical professionals have scrambled to find ways to accurately – and adequately – treat patients. The first priority is to ensure…

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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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Prioritizing Patient Needs to Remove Barriers to to Physical Therapy

Prioritizing Patient Needs to Remove Barriers to to Physical Therapy This blog about prioritizing patient needs and providing easy access to physical therapy care was written by Judith Nelson, PTA Northwell STARS Rehabilitation After an injury or illness, long term success and recovery are the patient’s primary goals. What it takes to achieve these goals…

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The Importance of Direct Access for Physical Therapy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Importance of Direct Access for Physical Therapy During the COVID-19 Pandemic This blog post about direct access during the COVID-19 pandemic was written by Request Physical Therapy What Does Direct Access Mean to Physical Therapy Patients? When seeking medical treatment for any number of conditions, patients in the United States often must first see…

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Why Vestibular Rehabilitation Plays an Important Role in Your Post Concussion Exercise Program

Why Vestibular Rehabilitation Plays an Important Role in Your Post Concussion Exercise Program 40-60% of patients that suffer head trauma experience dizziness and a lack of balance. In some cases, these symptoms continue to last for 2 years after the initial injury. This dizziness and lack of balance are due to vestibular issues generated by…