• 21 JAN 19
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    Drop Foot Following A Stroke

    Drop Foot Following A Stroke

    Drop foot is a condition that involves an inability to lift or move the front of your foot. An indicator of drop foot is dragging your feet while walking. You may also find yourself lifting your knee to avoid dragging when trying to bring your foot up to normal height. This condition can be permanent

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    • 19 DEC 18
    • 0
    Therapeutic Botox for Stroke Patients

    Therapeutic Botox for Stroke Patients

    While we all may be familiar with Botox, we may not realize it has more than just cosmetic uses. There is a therapeutic form of Botox referred to as Botulinum toxin injection therapy, and it is very effective in helping stroke patients improve their muscle tone and reduce pain in the hands and arms, making

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    • 16 NOV 18
    • 1
    Running Injuries and Treatment

    Running Injuries and Treatment

    How Running Injuries occur?  Its been found that almost 80% of runners suffer from some type of running-related injury each year. The injuries caused by running are usually due to overuse, stemming from the constant force applied while you run. Running regularly could lead to a variety of injuries such as Achilles tendonitis, shin splints,

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    • 24 OCT 18
    • 1
    Gait Analysis Explained

    Gait Analysis Explained

    Gait analysis is an assessment which identifies biochemical abnormalities in the gait cycle. “Gait” refers to the human body moving from point A to point B. Simply put, it’s a clinical assessment of the way one walks or runs. The average person doesn’t give walking much thought until an injury or pain interrupts this basic

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