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Sleeping Positions for Managing GERD

Sleeping Positions for Managing GERD

      What is GERD? (Sleeping Positions for Managing GERD, Part 2 of our Sleep Posture Education Series) GERD, also called acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a common digestive disease in which stomach acid or bile irritates the food pipe lining....

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Is Stomach Sleeping Bad for My Neck?

Is Stomach Sleeping Bad for My Neck?

(Is Stomach Sleeping Bad for My Neck?  Part 1 of our Sleep Posture Education Series) The Importance of Posture Our physical therapists and occupational therapists frequently provide recommendations to patients on adjustments to sitting and standing postures that are...

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Sleep Posture Education Series

Sleep Posture Education Series

Vacation and the Importance of Sleep Posture Every year we take at least one vacation to get away from the oppressive Florida summer heat and humidity.  This year, we went to Maine and Montreal, Canada.  Other than a few days of very warm temperatures, most days were...

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Pilates for Scoliosis

Pilates for Scoliosis

    Advanced Training in Pilates for Scoliosis Two of our gifted therapists attended a very special 3-day conference this past weekend at the world renowned Polestar Pilates Training Center in Miami.  Dr. Lydia Picard, Physical Therapist and Polestar Pilates...

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Medicare Coverage For Outpatient Therapy

Medicare Coverage For Outpatient Therapy

  Medicare Coverage for Outpatient Therapy in 2018 Your Medicare Part B benefit helps pay for medically necessary outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology services.  Medicare Part B will NOT pay for outpatient therapy if you are...

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Rotator Cuff Injury and Treatment

Rotator Cuff Injury and Treatment

  Rotator Cuff Injury The rotator cuff (not rotary cuff nor rotator cup) is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint.  They play a vital role in holding the upper arm bone (humerus) in the socket of the shoulder (glenoid fossa of the scapula). ...

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