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Category: Therapy Services
Vision therapy with an occupational therapist is available at Glacial Ridge Health System for people of all ages who suffer from a variety of visual impairments.
Hopefully, you haven’t experienced a sprained wrist, but if you have, here are a few general recommendations. You can also download a Wrist Exercise Guide to assist you with the range of motion exercises from an Occupational Therapist.
What does talking to your friend on the phone and swallowing your food at a meal have in common? You do these two things without really thinking, at least not until the act of speaking or swallowing becomes difficult due to an injury or illness. Speech therapy can help!
It's the perfect time to focus on improving the whole family’s health! How are you really doing?
Read about three parents' experiences to see how diverse and neat their kids are. From the age of onset of autism spectrum disorder to a child’s patterns of behavior and the progression of the condition, each child is unique.
You signed your child up for Little League, and now you’re wondering if that old batting helmet that’s been kicking around the garage is good enough for one more season. You’ve watched games from the bleachers enough times to have seen other people’s kids dropped by a wild pitch, and you don’t want to experience...
In addition to doctors prescribing non-opioid medications for patients with chronic or new pain, therapy services takes a comprehensive approach to providing pain relief. These interventions give hope of recovery from chronic pain and are part of a program referred to as the Pain Neuroscience Education + Program.
Rotator cuff tears and dislocations - common conditions that can affect the shoulders - can often be treated without surgery, but if surgery is needed, it can often be done arthroscopically.
Bladder issues affect one in three adults. It isn’t something people like to talk about in public however, it’s a common medical condition that takes its toll on us emotionally, physically, and socially. There are several conditions that affect the bladder—and help is available for them.