Multidisciplinary Teams for Wound Care Rehab

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Chronic wounds are on the rise in hospitals. Experts say that with the appropriate interdisciplinary action, wounds can be detected and treated with wound care rehab at an early stage so that patients can heal and go home quickly instead of festering unnoticed or incorrectly managed, turning into a story of suffering. Why it’s necessary…

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How Stroke Rehab Can Help You Recover

Stroke rehab has been shown to help stroke victims recover faster and more successfully. After a stroke, which causes some amount of brain damage, rehab can help the patient regain much of the skill she had lost. Each person and therefore timeline will be different, but in most cases it’s very effective. What is involved…

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Cardiac Rehabilitation Advised for Cancer Patients

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A new scientific statement put out by the American Heart Association is advocating cardiac rehabilitation for patients going though cancer treatments. There’s a huge increase in the risk of heart disease associated with cancer treatment, and focusing on the total health of the patient requires treating the potential for heart problems. What’s the link? Many…

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Ten Ways Occupational Therapy Helps Rehab

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Occupational Therapy is an integral part of any good rehabilitation program. Even if you don’t always see the correlation for, let’s say, and eye issue or a breathing issue, Occupational therapy is right there in the game. What is Occupational Therapy, anyway? Occupational therapy is often confused with physical therapy – those that are not…

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