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4 Exercises for Toe Walkers You can do at Home

4 Exercises for Toe Walkers You can do at Home
4 Exercises for Toe Walkers You Can Do at Home. by Angeli Calaunan, PTA and Robyn Reyes, PTA  Is Toe Walking Normal?  “Toe walking” is referred to as a condition where a person walks on their toes without placing weight on their heel. As children start to learn how to walk, standing or cruising on the balls of their feet is common. Failure of a person’s heel to contact the floor results in a toe to toe walking pattern. This is considered part of normal development ...
Posted on 2020-07-28

Occupational Therapy Approach to Everything Pelvic Floor

Occupational Therapy Approach to Everything Pelvic Floor
Occupational Therapy Approach to Bowel, Bladder and Everything Pelvic Floor. By Allison Moore, Occupational Therapist Occupational therapists (OTs) play an integral part of rehabilitation following traumatic or insidious injury. OTs are educated on human anatomy and physiology, sexual function, and pelvic floor therapeutic exercise, along with the effects impairment can have on daily living. Our role in your treatment is extensive.   The primary focus of occupational therapy is to c...
Posted on 2020-07-16

The Pain Game: 4 pain questions answered

The Pain Game: 4 pain questions answered
The Pain Game: Get 4 Responses for that Bothersome Pain. By  Spencer Earnest , PT, DPT This blog post is a sequel of previous blog posts from Spencer about the importance of pain,the effects of short term pain relievers, and the ties between activity and recovery. What if I’ve been recovering but the pain doesn’t seem to calm down? Sometimes you can do all the right things to rest and recover but the pain in those areas don’t want to calm down. It’s ok t...
Posted on 2020-07-14
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