Causes and Signs of Liver Disease: Can You Reverse It?

By |April 11th, 2024|Categories: Rehabilitation|

The liver performs several vital functions, including removing toxins from the blood, breaking down fats, and storing iron. When the organ fails and can’t perform its functions, you may not notice any signs, regardless of your age. Taking care of yourself is important to prevent the most common causes of [...]

How Long Does Post-Surgical Fatigue Last? Possible Causes

By |April 1st, 2024|Categories: Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

After undergoing surgery, it's typical to experience post-surgical fatigue lasting a few days or even weeks, although some people may continue to feel exhausted for months afterward, depending on various factors. These factors encompass the nature of the surgery itself, underlying health conditions, age, medication, potential infections, and anemia. Additionally, [...]

What Causes Limited Range of Motion in the Leg

By |March 25th, 2024|Categories: Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Proper flexibility allows you to move your limbs freely and go about your day however you like. When the range of motion in your legs is reduced, you’re limited in what you can do. Even standing up or walking short distances becomes more difficult. Unfortunately, there are several causes for [...]

Green Tea Benefits and Effects on the Body

By |March 18th, 2024|Categories: Rehabilitation|

Green tea is well known worldwide for its numerous health benefits, including high concentration of antioxidants, polyphenols, and other beneficial compounds. Several factors contribute to the popularity of green tea and one of them is that it is also tasty. Though the cultivation of green tea is primarily concentrated [...]

Broken Shoulder Recovery: How Long Does It Take?

By |March 11th, 2024|Categories: Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Shoulder fractures affect those of all ages, from kids to seniors, making even the simplest tasks nearly impossible. Luckily, recovery from a broken shoulder doesn’t take as long as you may think. Of course, how quickly you’re back to normal depends on the severity of the injury, treatment, and overall [...]

Does Yoga Really Help with Neurological Problems?

By |March 4th, 2024|Categories: Neurological Diseases, Rehabilitation|

As more and more people are getting into yoga, its popularity continues to grow worldwide. Those practicing yoga believe it gives them a sense of peace, well-being and numerous health benefits, like improving mental and physical health. They say it helps them to relax and reduce stress. That is the [...]

Multiple Sclerosis And Exercise: What You Need to Know

By |February 26th, 2024|Categories: Neurological Diseases, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Multiple sclerosis is a condition affecting the central nervous system, including the brain, optic nerves and spinal cord. It can potentially lead to issues concerning vision, sensory perception, and muscular coordination. Regular exercise may be recommended as part of treatment for multiple sclerosis.Rehabilitation for MS includes physical therapy and exercise [...]

Is Physical Therapy Worth It After Surgery?

By |February 19th, 2024|Categories: Nursing, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Before scheduling your surgery, especially if it's not a straightforward and quick procedure, it's important to consider physical therapy after surgery and anything associated with it. Why? Because this therapy not only aids in a swift and complication-free recovery but also provides long-term benefits.Some patients report delayed or chronic issues [...]

Neurological Conditions Caused by Hypothyroidism

By |February 12th, 2024|Categories: Neurological Diseases, Rehabilitation|

Improper thyroid functions are known to cause mental health issues, including anxiety, restlessness, and memory problems. They also cause difficulty with mental clarity, focus, and sleep, though no two people experience identical symptoms. Though concerning, long-term hypothyroid problems may cause neurological conditions, such as stroke or mental decline. The best [...]

How Long Does Fatigue Last After Heart Attack?

By |February 5th, 2024|Categories: Nursing, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation|

Unexplained fatigue before a heart attack is one of several symptoms. During your recovery, you likely expect such issues to disappear. Unfortunately, extreme tiredness doesn’t always go away, sometimes worsening after a myocardial infarction and lasting for several months. Luckily, several methods for reducing the problem are available, regardless of [...]

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