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.
Category: Therapy Services
Bladder Health: Go with the flow—or not!
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.
Auxiliary Presents $20,000 to Therapy Services
Thanks to everyone’s generosity, the Auxiliary’s multi-year pledge to pay for the renovation of the speech therapy and occupational therapy areas is complete. Next year’s Harvest Ball is being planned for October 1, 2021.
Is Your Shoulder Ready For Summer’s (Social Distance) Activities?
By Michelle Linz, Occupational Therapy Spring is a time when golfing and fishing are a few activities that people can get out and enjoy again, but they may cause irritation or pain in the shoulder joint. Did you know that Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with a variety of issues and diagnoses involving the shoulder joint?...
Got Bladder Leakage?
By LaNita Mortenson, PT, Therapy Services On average, women wait seven years from the first time they experience accidental bladder leakage to talk to a doctor! That is seven years of letting your bladder run your life. Men and women struggle with bladder leakage or urinary incontinence. While nearly 30% of people report suffering from...
Pain Management Part-Three: Mind Games
By MiKayla Christensen, PT, DPT, MTC, Physical Therapy A growing body of evidence suggests that understanding how our pain systems work is an excellent strategy in managing it. Knowing simple information about how your brain and nerves work can help reduce your chance of developing more chronic pain symptoms. During the #ChoosePT campaign, we’ve shared some...