Better Hearing and Speech Month brings light to activities for children and adults affected by speech and language disorders. To commemorate Better Hearing and Speech Month, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) runs a variety of online activities. Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM) is an opportunity to share information on common communication disorders. Blogs and […]
All ATs are equipped with the skills necessary to diagnosis, treat, and rehabilitate acute or chronic muscle and skeletal injuries. The practice of athletic training also includes injury prevention.
ATs are trained to recognize general medical conditions, injuries and illness. They also possess the unique ability to write and communicate emergency action plans.
Chronic pain leads many people to avoid physical activity. Pain medication is often relied on or prescribed to help manage pain. This can lead to other significant problems such as dependence. An alternative and effective pain management strategy has is regular exercise. Starting an exercise program, however, can be a whole other kind of pain.
Pain impacts the lives of millions of Americans. If you live with chronic or acute pain, everyday tasks can be difficult. Here are our top tips to make your journey more comfortable. While this takes planning and precautions, you’ll successfully outsmart your pain and see the world! Before the Trip Communicate with Your Physical Therapy […]
What is CTE and What You Can Do About It If you have ever experienced head trauma personally or witnessed someone else having a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you know how serious the effects of the injury can be. But have you ever wondered what happens when someone experiences multiple injuries to their head? This […]
We are all at risk of a fall. Activities of daily living may increase our odds. Here are important facts to know. A concussion is considered a mild brain injury. One may be sustained at work, in sports, activities, and at home. Whether old or young, healthy or with illness, we are all at risk. […]