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4 Challenges Of Being A Physical Therapist

14th November 2011
The difficulties of being a physical counselor involve completing a program in physical therapy and having a license, performing extended hours, and also the emotionally challenging and physically draining nature of the profession. Physiotherapists are... Read >
Author: Frank K Muller

Sciatic Pregnancy - What Can You Do To Help Yourself?

30th September 2010
Sciatic Pregnancy - what options do you actually have during pregnancy, a time that should be joyful and exciting, when your sciatic nerve is acting up and makes you miserable? Pregnancy sciatica is a series of symptoms caused by the irritation of the sci... Read >
Author: JaredWilmers

Exercises and Physical Therapy for Elbow Degenerative Joint Disease

01st September 2010
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Foot and Toe Degenerative Joint Disease: find out why physical therapy is a must

24th August 2010
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Glenn Doman - Flash Card Helps Language Learning

14th May 2010
Glenn Doman is actually a physical therapist which helps to develop the learning abilities of brain damaged as well as normal children. Glenn Doman is actually a pioneer of babies learning and he is also a founder of Institute of Achievements of Human Pot... Read >
Author: Jenny Robert

Hip Degenerative Joint Disease: should you do physical therapy for hip degenerative joint disease?

04th August 2009
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Do At Home Exercises For Frozen Shoulder Pain Relief

23rd July 2009
I tried many exercises for frozen shoulder pain relief, but most of them weren't easy to do at home. They involved help from a physical therapist or complex free weight contraptions. The best way to become pain free is to find exercises for frozen shoulde... Read >
Author: Steve Maltas

I Think My Doctor Has a Crush on Me, But I Don’t Want to Look Foolish By Asking

13th August 2008
I met this wonderful man at physical therapy, whom I noticed from the beginning was attracted to me. The problem is he is my physical therapist. Soon, he started flirting with me, and I followed the lead. Although he has not been direct, the way he looks ... Read >
Author: Evan Marc Katz

Exercise Triggers for Sciatica

01st January 2007
The sciatic nerve is not actually a single nerve, but a bundle of many nerves that leave the spine from the lower back and sacral regions. From here, the bundle moves towards the glutes then splits to various destinations on the legs. One nerve suppl... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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