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Knee scooters

Knee scooters Knee scootersor knee walkers have become more popular in recent years. They are typically used for patients who have non weight bearing orders on their involved lower extremity following surgery. Non weight bearing status means that a patient may not place any weight on their involved leg, such as when standing, walking, or


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Coping with Pandemic Fatigue

Anthony Lo It’s been about a year since the first COVID-19 cases were announced in the U.S. and since then we’ve all been trying our best to remain safe via social distancing, wearing face coverings in the form of face shields and/or masks, limiting contact with people who are not in our current social bubble/circle.


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The Scapula, Shoulder Mobility and Physical Therapy

The scapula (AKA the shoulder blade) connects with the humerus and the clavicle forming the shoulder joint.  The scapula has six different motions that consist of protraction, retraction, elevation, depression, upward rotation, and downward rotation.  There are also a number of muscles that help move and stabilize the scapula.  These movements and muscles of the


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The Importance of Gluteus Medius Strengthening for Managing Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is the leading contributor of disability among individuals. People suffering from lower back pain often present with a dysfunction of the muscles of the lumbopelvic-hip complex specifically weakness of the Gluteus Medius muscle. The gluteus medius is one of the three muscle of the gluteal complex (gluteus maximus, gluteal minimus and gluteal


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The Importance of Stretching

I know we’ve all heard it before: stretching is an important part of health and wellness. But how many of us actually take those words to heart and put them into practice? Many excuses for not stretching are often made. There isn’t enough time. I don’t know how to do it properly. I don’t have


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A Holistic Approach to Tennis Elbow

Lateral epicondylitis, otherwise known as tennis elbow, is a common condition in which a person has pain on the outside portion of the elbow, and its not only tennis players that develop this condition. The pain keeps one from being able to grip anything, and affects people that work repetitively with their hands, or participates


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