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Patsy Weber was told she might spend the rest of her life in a care facility, unable to walk, speak or swallow. Read how she and her rehab team were determined to defy that prognosis.
A slippery stone brought Tom's epic trek of the Appalachian Trail to a halt. Read how repair of his ruptured Achilles tendon and a total knee replacement got him back on the trail.
Poor posture and movement patterns can lead to pain and inability to make certain moves. Four strategies can help you avoid and alleviate these issues, and improve your overall well-being.
A life-threatening motorcycle accident landed Tom Lansing in post-acute care. The collaborative services of the rehab team and Tom's hard work helped restore him to his active life.
When Susan Mensch had her first total knee replacement in 2017, she spent three nights in the hospital. This time, she had a new option: same-day surgery.
Patients recovering from stroke and orthopedic surgery, and children experiencing speech difficulties are among the growing number of patients now using video visits. Discover the benefits of rehab therapy video visits.
Find out how Mayo Post Acute Care helped Jim return home after he sustained serious injuries from an accident in Nevada.
Parkinson’s disease made daily activities a struggle for John, but a targeted treatment program improved his movement and speech. It’s just what his doctor — and his wife — ordered.
Are you affected by joint pain? Find out how injection therapy can help relieve your pain without surgery.
How a person feels mentally and emotionally can make or break their course of physical therapy. For Carl Hohman, the bond formed with his rehabilitation team helps keep his spirits high. Learn how a positive attitude can help you.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation is the growing specialty that treats impairments affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons or muscles. A physiatrist answers some FAQ.
Did you know your posture can contribute to shoulder pain? A common shoulder condition seen in the physical therapy clinic is referred to as shoulder impingement. Learn how improved posture can mean less pain and greater range of motion.