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Friday, November 1, 2019 Part 2: Role of the Physical Therapist in Recovery from Concussion Your child has suffered a sport-related concussion (SRC), now what? Once the injury has been recognized, and your child has been removed from play, further examination is performed and a plan for clinical management can be established. A brief period of physical and cognitive rest is recommended during the acute phase (24-48 hours post-injury)... Thursday, October 24, 2019 Part 1:
Concussions and What Parents NEED to Know
Football season is back, and with that brings up the concerns of concussions. There have been many rule and helmet changes to reduce the risk of concussions, but unfortunately, they can still occur. So how do you know if your son or daughter has suffered a concussion? Since February 2014, all 50 states have passed concussion laws in hopes to protect youth athletes...
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Do You Have Text Neck? 6 Tips to Help! Do you have neck pain? Do you spend multiple hours every day looking at your phone? The two might be more related than you think. Recent studies have analyzed the stress placed on the cervical spine through the typical posture of people looking at their smart phones. The average head weighs approximately 10-12 pounds! ... Tuesday, October 8, 2019 How to Avoid the "I'm Too Old to Exercise" Trap Why is this an acceptable frame of mind? I certainly do not want my patients thinking they cannot exercise at a moderate, or even vigorous intensity strictly because of their age. Understandably, there are co-morbidities and actual physical capabilities to consider when starting...

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