Dec. 12, 2022
A Therapy Program Specific for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease
Perry County Therapy Services Now Offers a Therapy Program Specific for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease Press release courtesy of Perry County Health Services| Friday, December 9, 2022 Perryville, MO – Perry County Health System (PCHS) now offers a multidisciplinary program to help patients with Parkinson’s disease. The Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) consists of two distinct therapy intervention protocols: LSVT LOUD...
Mar. 30, 2022
KEEPING YOU IN THE GAME.
Keeping You in the Game. How Athletic Trainers and Physical Therapists Can Help. As we close out National Athletic Training Month, we want to share with you some of the great things you can take advantage of that our Athletic Trainers and Physical Therapists offer our local athletes. Not only can they help when injury does occur, but they play...
Feb. 09, 2021
Is Inflammation Good or Bad?
Is Inflammation Good or Bad? & How What You Eat Can Make a Difference As Physical Therapists we see and deal with inflammation every single day. There is a balancing act when it comes to inflammation. Believe it or not an inflammatory response is one of the body’s natural responses to increase healing. This is a useful tool when recovering...
Jun. 09, 2020
Back to Sports? Here’s our Athletic Trainers’ advice!
So many of us have been figuratively benched when it comes to recreational, club and school sports. The good news is, with the loosening of some restrictions, sports are gearing back up. Practice may not look the same as it did this time last year, but we are sure to see a return to some level of normalcy and that...
Dec. 20, 2019
When Your World Spins
Living with Vertigo – Wanda’s Story If you have ever suffered from even a short bout of vertigo, you understand just how miserable it can make you feel. The symptoms associated with vertigo can include dizziness, loss of balance, and nausea. The fact is that vertigo is actually a symptom not a condition, and it can be caused by a...