Blog For Tag "rehab"

  • Dizziness or Vertigo? Physical Therapy Can Help!

    posted by Craig Cantrall on Wednesday, March 29, 2023 Feeling unsteady on your feet, or sometimes even when seated? Or, do you have a spinning sensation? The cause is likely dizziness or vertigo. There are many different types and causes of dizziness or vertigo, and while these two terms are not necessarily interchangeable, they can be related. Spencer Hospital Physical Therapist, Craig Cantrall, shares insight into the symptoms of vertigo in his latest blog.

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  • October is Physical Therapy Month

    posted by Ashley Betz-Jones on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 Physical Therapy Month is a time to recognize the profession of Physical Therapy as well as provide information about the benefits physical therapy has to help improve the lives of our patients.

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  • Complex Pain Explained: Complex Pain 101

    posted by Mandi Ward on Friday, April 29, 2022 There's nothing more frustrating than coping with pain that doesn't seem to have any resolutions. Yet, there is help for those living with complex pain. Spencer Hospital physical therapist Mandi Ward is a certified therapeutic pain specialist. In this blog, Mandi explains complex pain and some options. In future blogs she'll provide education regarding complex pain treatment.

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  • The Most Common Cause of De Quervain's Tenosynovitis

    posted by Karin Hogge on Friday, April 22, 2022 April is recognized as National Occupational Therapy Month, a time to shed light on the importance of Occupational Therapy for patients. Spencer Hospital's OT, Karin Hogge, discusses treatment options for de Quervain's Tenosynovitis in her latest blog.

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  • Be Smart – Take Care of Your Heart!

    posted by Anne Rosendahl on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 With heart disease being the leading cause of death in men and women, it is important to keep your heart in good health. Cardiac Rehab nurse, Anne Rosendahl, discusses the importance of taking care of your heart before and after a cardiac event.

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