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Let's be honest…digital media can be quite fun and entertaining whether you like video games, watching movies, internet searching or social media. But what's the big deal for children?...read more

The leading edge of orthopedic knee replacement technology...read more

Seasonal allergies - what can you do to treat them? read more

Bell's Palsy can often be confused with a stroke because it causes one side of your face to become weak and droops. It is important to be seen by your doctor who will be able to differentiate this condition from other serious conditions like a stroke.

Twenty-six percent of women have an abdominal separation, also known as diastasis recti, after having a baby. Underlying issues with diastasis recti can include urinary incontinence, pelvic floor dysfunction, organ prolapse, hernias, and low back/pelvic pain. read more...

To help prevent your child from getting an infection by RSV make sure your entire family is washing their hands with soap and water often, plus ... read more

Skull deformities are one part of “container baby syndrome,” a number of different conditions that are developed as a result of an infant spending excessive time in a container such as a stroller, car seat, or swing. read more...

Exercise has many positive benefits read more...

Understanding chronic pain has become a hot button issue.read more...

A physical therapy professional's understanding of physics, and how to use that knowledge pertaining to the human body, is arguably the greatest treatment tool we have. For the sake of this article I'd like to highlight some examples of how I, or another physical therapist, could use the principle s of physics to enhance a patient's outcome. read more...

The rotator cuff is made up of muscles and tendons that keep the ball of the humerus into the shoulder socket. It also helps raise and rotate your arm. This gives the shoulder a wide range of motion, but it also makes it vulnerable to injuries. read more...

Child Find is a program that serves infants and toddlers who have developmental delays or disabilities. It also provides services to the child's family as it relates to the child's special needs.

Advanced Directives are formal documents that direct a person’s end of life wishes, and can be an invaluable gift to grieving loved ones. It removes the burden of decision-making from the spouse or child. read more...

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are real medical conditions that can occur quickly if not prevented. read more...

A cervicogenic headache is a headache associated with neck pain and stiffness; what causes them and what can you do about them? read more...

Remember the importance of protecting our skin from the sun's dangerous ultraviolet rays. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. read more about how to protect yourself...

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