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Therapeutic Recreation for People With Disabilities

Man holding bike

A physical disability no longer means the end of physical activity. There are many types of therapeutic recreation for people who have all types of physical disabilities so they can continue to enjoy all that life has to offer while strengthening their bodies. Physical disabilities can’t stop you When someone develops a physical disability, life…

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Is Aquatic Therapy the New State of the Art Therapy for Rehab?

Pool for state of the art aquatic therapy

Rehabilitation experts are always on the lookout for the newest and best state of the art therapy to help patients recover. People in the know are touting the amazing benefits of aquatic therapy, and it may be coming to facilities across the U.S. What is aquatic therapy? Aquatic therapy is the use of a water-based…

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Outpatient Stroke Rehab – Continuing Progress for the Patient

outpatient stroke rehab

A stroke can cause devastating damage, and the quicker he is stabilized and starts rehab, the higher the likelihood that he’ll do better. After the initial, intense rehabilitation efforts, the patient continues at a much slower pace. But even after he comes home from a rehab facility, such as Hudson View Rehab, he continues outpatient…

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Stem Cell therapy as a Part of a Stroke Recovery Program

Stem cells for stroke recovery

Stem cells have become an important part of many rehabilitation programs, as they can repair damage to cells in multiple areas of the body. Scientists are investigating their use in stroke recovery as well. Stroke can be deadly Stroke is the second-leading cause of death in the United States. In addition to the fatalities, about…

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Comfort Care to Give Dignity to Patients

Comfort care restores dignity

Patients dealing with a serious or long term illness often deal with a whirlwind of emotions. In addition to coming to terms with being ill, they often feel robbed of their dignity. Providing comfort care above the medical care that they require can give them back the dignity they feel they’ve lost. Comfort  care’s role…

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