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Distracted Driving Can Increase Your Auto Insurance Rates

23rd May 2013
Distracted driving is a topic of discussion in the media, at the water coolers in workplaces and even in homes. Despite all of this talk it is apparent that many drivers do not fully grasp not only what distracted driving is but also what it can lead to. ... Read >
Author: Laura173

Post Cards Smooth Out Problems For Physical Therapists

01st November 2012
The six partners of Randolph Road Physical Therapy were having their weekly meeting, and they discussed a number of issues that bothered them. One was no shows; another was last minute cancellations; another was people simply getting confused about when t... Read >
Author: LReaves

Beginner's Guide to Elder Care for the Long Term

29th October 2012
There are a multitude of reasons why elder care services may be considered by families. There may be a mutual agreement by the family and Elderly individual about continuing to live in the home, thereby keeping their independence. Perhaps the decision ... Read >
Author: A1HomeCare

Rear End Car Accident in Anaheim

14th May 2012
If you have been involved in a rear-end car accident in Anaheim, it is important for you to understand your rights under the law and what you can do to collect damages for your injuries. It is common for rear-end collisions to be thought of as “minor,” b... Read >
Author: Bisnar | Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, LLP

Effects of Burn Injury on Body

13th March 2012
Burn effects are measured by exposure to heat based on temperature and duration. Additionally, location of the burn is also taken into account to determine the effects of burns because skin varies in thickness, water and oil content, fat, and blood vess... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

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

Will Disc Replacement Surgery Help in the Treatment of Cervical Radiculopathy?

01st June 2011
Disc replacement is a surgical procedure that is an option for treating cervical radiculopathy – a herniated disc in the neck area. The procedure has seen more success on the cervical region, but is also prescribed for the lumbar, or lower back area. Appr... Read >
Author: Jennifer

Coccyx Pain Treatment. Your 5 Step Guide

04th March 2011
In this article we are going to try and cover the most effective and important ways through which you can treat your coccyx pain. One thing that you have to understand is that the coccyx pain which is also known as the tailbone pain do not go away overnig... Read >
Author: John Dembly

Physical Therapy Continuing Education: Protocol Post FAI Hip Surgery

06th December 2010
Physical Therapy Continuing Education recently interviewed a leading Hip Rehabilitation Expert about his protocol for rehabbing patients post FAI Hip Surgery. Here are some of his comments: Interviewer: If we talk a little bit more specifically abou... Read >
Author: Sasha Sibree

Treatment Options for Tendonitis - Beyond Traditional Options

28th September 2010
For some people the traditional treatments for tendonitis just do not work or do not appeal to them. These more traditional methods of treatments usual involve a long wait for recovery and relief. Some people just need some option that will provide fast r... Read >
Author: Caroline

What is Foot and Toe Degenerative Joint Disease and What is It Doing to Your Joints?

24th August 2010
Foot and toe degenerative joint disease can be a crippling condition that ruins your quality of life. It tends to affect the 50+ age group which is usually just as you get to the point in your life when you finally have a bit of time to yourself and hopef... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Best Treatments for Elbow Degenerative Joint Disease

24th August 2010
Elbow degenerative joint disease can be a distressing condition that ruins your quality of life. It tends to affect the 50+ age group which is usually just as you get to the point in your life when you finally have a bit of time to yourself and hopefully ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Professional Massage Therapy Using a Percussion Massager

01st March 2010
Percussion massage is done manually. This rhythmic tapping technique used by the percussion massager helps to lower the amount of toxins located in the muscles of the patient. Regular treatment through this method offers many health benefits. Professional... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Task List for Elderly Care Caregivers

11th December 2009
In home elderly care agencies provide non-medical elderly care to those who need additional help with their daily routine. When you work with a quality elderly care agency these services are provided by a qualified professional who goes through a screenin... Read >
Author: Satya Narayan

The Basic Facts on Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
If you have a musculo-skeletal problem or injury, you might be given a referral to a physiotherapy clinic. If you have gone to one before, you know what to expect. If you are new to this service, you might ask, what is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is ... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson
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