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The CMT Survivor's Guide
The Charcot Marie Tooth Association (CMTA) recently published a new resource for individuals who have been diagnosed with Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) titled CMT Survivor’s Guide: a resource guide for living life your way.
What is Arthroscopic Surgery?
Arthroscopic surgery uses an arthroscope, a small flexible tool with a video camera and a light, to view the inside of a joint. Arthroscopy may be used for assessment and diagnosis. Other times, physicians use small instruments inserted through additional incisions to perform surgical procedures.
Monotrail Mountain Masochist II Outdry Shoe Review
Overall, I highly recommend the Monotrail Mountain Masochist II Outdry shoe. Despite being used on ice, snow, and slush, these shoes have provided excellent comfort, fit, and stability while keeping my feet dry. When the weather improves, I look forward to using them for trail walking as well.
Snow Plowed Into Handicap Parking Violates ADA
Ice and a couple of inches of new snow covered the parking lot and sidewalk. Unfortunately, there were no handicap accessible parking spaces available near the entrance, as snow had been plowed into them in order to clear the rest of the parking lot.
Resilience has been defined by psychologists as the ability to adapt well to the difficulties in our lives including all kinds of adversity and stress. Resilience can help those of us who are coping with significant health challenges such as dealing with neuromuscular disease.
Discover Tai Chi for balance & mobility DVD Review
Discover Tai Chi for balance & mobility, a DVD exercise program led by Scott Cole, provides a 30-minute Tai Chi routine focusing on improving balance, strength, flexibility and mobility for individuals beginning a Tai Chi practice, older adults, and individuals with physical challenges.
Winter Paralympics 2014
The 2014 Paralympic Winter Games will be held in Sochi, Russia in March 7 through 16, 2014. World class athletes will come from all over the world to compete. Athletes may compete in different categories, including standing, seated, and visually-impaired depending on their abilities and sport.
Falling on Ice
As I stepped out of my car, both of feet slipped out from under me. What I had thought was a puddle turned out to be black ice. Unable to break my fall, I landed hard on my already injured left hip and on my left wrist.
Using a Cane
"Your cane looks good on you,” a friend recently told me. Surprised, I searched his face to determine if he was joking. Since injuring my hip recently, I have used a cane when necessary. Delivered to my hospital room, the cane is not fancy or decorative, but basic and functional.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy (OT) is frequently part of the treatment plan for individuals with neuromuscular disease. OT focuses on developing and strengthening the fine motor skills needed to perform many daily tasks.
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