National Physical Therapy Month is celebrated every October to recognize the efforts and impact of physical therapists (PT) and PT assistants in restoring, maintaining, or improving mobility for patients.
Physical therapists are dedicated to helping their patients gain back function, so that the patient can start enjoying life pain-free again after a surgery.
A licensed occupational therapist can help people strengthen their body, improve their balance, improve home safety, and more, in order to lead healthier, happier, and more satisfying lives.
Enteral feeds help maximize nutrition for patients in a variety of health care settings. It is estimated that 345,000 people in America receive nutrients from tube feedings.
Providing care and assistance to a loved one suffering from illness can be difficult. It can be compounded if your loved one relies on a wheelchair for mobility.
Wound care can be the result of surgical wounds, pressure and stasis ulcers, problems with bowel and urinary incontinence, as well as improper care in a nursing home.