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PT Treatment for Breast Cancer

May26th 2015

Broadly speaking, the role of the physical therapist in breast cancer can be divided into two parts: input immediately after surgery, and long term care input. Immediately after surgery Breast cancer surgery not only involves removal of the affected breast tissue, but can also include the nearby lymph nodes and some blood vessels as well.

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Keep Your Bones Strong

May26th 2015

Bone health is important. In our youth, the body makes new bone faster that it breaks down old bone, so your bone mass increases. As you grow older, you lose slightly more bones than you gain. Factors that Affect Bone Health Race, frame size and family history. Hormone levels. Physical activity level. The amount of

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Getting the Most Out of Your PT Appointment

May26th 2015

Making an appointment with your physical therapist usually means that you need to improve your physical stability. Once you set an appointment, make sure that you maximize it. These are some common guidelines that can help you make the most of your therapy appointment, whether at home, in a clinic or hospital. Wear comfortable clothes.

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