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Our recently published research: International Journal of Telerehabilitation • telerehab.pitt.edu International Journal of Telerehabilitation • Vol. 10, No. 1 Spring 2018 • (10.5195/ijt.2018.6253) 37 CASE STUDIES IN PHYSICAL THERAPY: TRANSITIONING A “HANDS-ON” APPROACH INTO A VIRTUAL PLATFORM AIDEEN TURNER, MPT, CERT. MDT1 1VIRTUAL PHYSICAL THERAPISTS, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA, USA ABSTRACT Technology is expanding at…

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Walking vs. Running

Exercise is better than any drug in maintaining heart, lung, muscle, bones, digestive and brain health.  Exercise helps with weight loss, lowers cholesterol levels, strengthens our muscles including our heart, improves balance, reduces many cancer rates, boosts our immune system, fights depression, reduces stress, improves sleep, enhances mode and aides in brain regeneration minimizing effects…

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Guidelines for the Treatment of Low Back Pain

Summary of Am College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine’s findings: 60-80% of the general population will have low back pain during their lifetime with 25-60% having pain annually. Low back pain is the most common occupational disorder with 20 per 10,000 full-time employees affected. The direct cost of occupational low back pain is $10.8 billion/year!…

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Why does my back feel stiff?

Do you have back stiffness or trouble getting out of a chair? Do you have trouble straightening up after prolonged sitting? Do you have to take a couple of steps to loosen up before you can stand up straight? The stiffness you feel is from a loss of motion.  It is a warning sign for…

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