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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

Multicare Stairlifts pioneers scheme to reduce waiting times on NHS stairlifts

31st January 2011
Lancashire-based Multicare is offering stairlift users the chance to purchase one of its stairlifts for the same price as an NHS stairlift. Council cuts have meant that those who want to purchase council stairlifts could have to wait up to 18 months. ... Read >
Author: stairlifts

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

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

What You Should Know About The Children Cerebral Palsy Benefits

24th July 2009
Children cerebral palsy affects are considered "special needs," meaning that they cannot care for themselves. The most common diagnosis is spastic cerebral palsy, which involves rigid muscles on one or both sides of the body, as well as difficulty walking... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Does SaeboFLEX Help Stroke Victims Reuse Their Hand?

20th February 2009
The SaeboFlex device has been marketed for people with a neurological condition, (like a stroke or spinal injury) that have limited their hand movement. Some injuries leave the person unable to open their hand and until now physiotherapists could do littl... Read >
Author: mattglad
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