As we have watched the opioid epidemic spread across the United States, we’ve arguably seen small-town Americans hit the hardest. Drug overdose fatalities are at an all-time high and have increased with alarming frequency in rural areas. In many communities, there are not enough health care professionals to provide care, which should include pain management alternatives for those who […]
On May 25, Winston Lightbody, head athletic trainer at EVO Athletics and Dr. Mark Sando, surgeon at the Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay joined The Weekly Checkup Radio Show in Tampa to discuss the important topics of ACL Repair/Reconstruction, Hip Arthroscopy, Cartilage Repair and Injury Prevention. Listen in to hear what you missed!
Whether you’re trying to capture your own “follow me” photo or you’d just like to be able to reach into the back seat of the car without pain, you’ve come to the right place. People can be quick to resort to surgery when shoulder pain comes out of nowhere and doesn’t resolve in a reasonable […]
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM)! For 2019, we’re aligning our efforts with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). The theme? “Communication Across the Lifespan.” Our goal is to share the many resources available to help you celebrate all month long. Please check back for the latest materials and information on BHSM activities all […]
A professional assessment can prevent chronic pain, movement compensations, or other complications. Not sure if you’re part of the club? We’ve all heard what “waiting for it to get better” sounds like: It’s not that bad… I’ll take care of it later… It’ll get better on its own… […]
Activities of Daily Living are the heart of Occupational Therapy We’ve surpassed the halfway point of OT Month at CORA – and the fun is just beginning. This week’s focus is on Activities of Daily Living, also known as ADLs in the therapy world. For Occupational Therapists, ADL’s are right at the heart of what […]