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  • Holistic Approach to Patient Care

    The latest posts for Holistic Approach to Patient Care are listed below.
    • How Well Does Occupational Therapy Improve Manual Dexterity?

      Manual dexterity is defined as a person’s ability to make precise, small, or intricate movements with their hands and fingers. It is our body’s unique capability to grasp and manipulate objects with total control but also to do so without thinking about it. Most of us do not realize just how important manual dexterity is in our day-to-day lives until it is gone. As we age, manual dexterity will ...
    • How Occupational Therapy Improves Motor Coordination

      Motor coordination is your natural ability to be able to control your body without actually thinking about what you are doing. People with amazing motor coordination can perform acrobatic stunts, whereas someone with poor motor coordination may have difficulty keeping balance, holding small or using small objects, or even just walking. There are two ways that motor coordination can diminish: ...
    • Is It Possible to Improve Your Memory?

      Are you finding that you forget where you left your keys more and more often? Can you only remember the birth months of your closest friends and family, but not the birthdays? Do you find yourself walking into rooms and not knowing why you went in there in the first place? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are experiencing common symptoms of memory loss. There is nothing strange ...

    King Street Rehab

    The latest posts for King Street Rehab are listed below.
    • Preventing Falls

      Everyone understands how devastating a fall can be. So, it is not only important, but essential that we understand measures we can take to prevent them. We all know the importance of exercising and keeping our muscles strong. But did you know that the most important muscle to use to prevent falls is your BRAIN! The best way to prevent falls is to think about what you're doing. Athletes concentrate ...
    • How Well Does Occupational Therapy Improve Manual Dexterity?

      Manual dexterity is defined as a person’s ability to make precise, small, or intricate movements with their hands and fingers. It is our body’s unique capability to grasp and manipulate objects with total control but also to do so without thinking about it. Most of us do not realize just how important manual dexterity is in our day-to-day lives until it is gone. As we age, manual dexterity will ...
    • How Occupational Therapy Improves Motor Coordination

      Motor coordination is your natural ability to be able to control your body without actually thinking about what you are doing. People with amazing motor coordination can perform acrobatic stunts, whereas someone with poor motor coordination may have difficulty keeping balance, holding small or using small objects, or even just walking. There are two ways that motor coordination can diminish: ...

    Rehab Center

    The latest posts for Rehab Center are listed below.
    • How Well Does Occupational Therapy Improve Manual Dexterity?

      Manual dexterity is defined as a person’s ability to make precise, small, or intricate movements with their hands and fingers. It is our body’s unique capability to grasp and manipulate objects with total control but also to do so without thinking about it. Most of us do not realize just how important manual dexterity is in our day-to-day lives until it is gone. As we age, manual dexterity will ...
    • How Occupational Therapy Improves Motor Coordination

      Motor coordination is your natural ability to be able to control your body without actually thinking about what you are doing. People with amazing motor coordination can perform acrobatic stunts, whereas someone with poor motor coordination may have difficulty keeping balance, holding small or using small objects, or even just walking. There are two ways that motor coordination can diminish: ...
    • Is It Possible to Improve Your Memory?

      Are you finding that you forget where you left your keys more and more often? Can you only remember the birth months of your closest friends and family, but not the birthdays? Do you find yourself walking into rooms and not knowing why you went in there in the first place? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are experiencing common symptoms of memory loss. There is nothing strange ...

    Therapy After a Stroke

    The latest posts for Therapy After a Stroke are listed below.
    • The Importance of Quality Therapy After a Stroke

      At King Street Rehab in Westchester County, our luxurious facilities provide a holistic healing approach to patients for all manners of rehabilitative needs. A stroke may cause one or more of the following lingering complications: Partial paralysis (on one side of body) Pain or inability to swallow easily Slurred or distorted speech Amnesia or reduced critical thinking skills Mood swings or ...
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