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Occupational Therapy Month!

Celebrating Occupational Therapy Month By Danielle McClelland Shrimpton, COTA/L, Rehab on the Run The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework describes Occupational Therapy (AOTA, 2014b) as the therapeutic use of everyday life activities (occupations) with individuals or groups for the purpose of enhancing or enabling participation in roles, habits, and routines in home, school, workplace, community, and Read More

Hydration for Health

By Patricia Barraza, RN, RD The Best Option for Hydration When working with clients on initially starting to make healthy lifestyle changes, I always ask, “What do you drink during the day?” I typically get the answer, “pop, tea, alcohol, and/or juice.” Most clients do not realize the empty calories, sugar, and other cruddy ingredients Read More

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What is Kinesiology Taping?

By Sara Strain, Occupational Therapist, Functional Movement Technique Certified, Roc Doc (Rock Tape Medical Professional)   For most people that have watched any type of professional sports or the Olympics, they have seen the colorful tape that is applied to many parts of the athlete’s body. But what is it?  Is it just a colorful Read More

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Fall Prevention with Tai Chi

Tai Chi Assists with Fall Prevention By Lisa Kohler, PT I recently attended a continuing education course where I became a certified instructor of Tai Chi for Rehabilitation. I took another course a while ago but this one was so much different. It was developed by Dr. Paul Lam who is a physician. I spent Read More