Posts Categorized: Rehabilitation

Living with Acquired Brain Injury

A full-day program, Living with Acquired Brain Injury: The Critical Roles of Family and the Interdisciplinary Team, will bring together patients, their loved ones, their caregivers and their clinicians. Together, they will explore the interdisciplinary, integrative treatment of acquired brain injury. Acquired brain injury (ABI) refers physical issues that can cause neuro-cognitive, physical and psychosocial… Read more »

Boost Recovery with Physical Therapy

A physical therapy program can help improve, restore or maintain the necessary level of function for a fulfilling life. Physical therapists (PTs) and physical therapy assistants (PTAs) educate, motivate and support patients to speed recovery after surgery or illness, improve independence at home or prevent the recurrence of a chronic injury. As you begin rehabilitation,… Read more »

A Better Golf Swing: Fewer Strokes, Less Pain

Golf is tough. It’s hard enough to hit a 1.68-inch ball to 18 specific locations in fewer than 72 shots (like LPGA golfers are doing this week in Southampton, NY), but without a proper golf swing, the game is hard on the body too. Sports medicine orthopedists are witnesses of golf’s growing popularity by the… Read more »