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Dr. Tae Chung | Neuromuscular Rehabilitation

>>My name is Dr. Tae Chung, I’m an assistant professor in the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation, with a secondary appointment in the department of neurology. After finishing my residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation, I completed a neuromuscular fellowship in the department of neurology. I see patients with various neuromuscular conditions, and in […]

Things to Know When Using Oxygen Therapy

Things to Know When Using Oxygen Therapy

It can be overwhelming to be told you need oxygen, but you are not alone. Many people living with a lung disease find that oxygen helps them stay active, sleep better and have more energy to do the things they like. There are many different types of oxygen devices you can use at home and […]

Batman Needs Therapy – Studio C

Batman Needs Therapy – Studio C

♪♪ – House is clean, laundry folded, and I can finally sit and read my– Man:Alfred, Alfred!– [sighs] Commissioner Gordon? – Where’s Batman? The Joker’s gonna blow up Gotham Bank. – Did you try the Bat-Signal? – It’s been on for two hours. – Let’s check the study. Sometimes he gets so enveloped in his […]

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Gives New Hope Results Physiotherapy

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Gives New Hope Results Physiotherapy

The majority of the fears that women present with are the unknown. The changes that my body are going through, is this normal? Is this common? What’s to be expected? Am I going to be like this forever? Is there help? Should I be talking to my doctor about this? Is there anybody else that […]

George Eliot Hospital Physiotherapy – Using crutches for a non weight bearing limb

George Eliot Hospital Physiotherapy – Using crutches for a non weight bearing limb

Hello my name is Lauren I am a Chartered Physiotherapist at George Eliot Hospital today I am going to show you how to use crutches for a non weight bearing limb Shuffle forward towards the edge of the chair putting the bad leg in front of you the good leg underneath you make an eight […]

Individual Psychosocial Rehabilitation Support Service (IPRSS) extended

Individual Psychosocial Rehabilitation Support Service (IPRSS) extended

The Individual Psycho-social Rehabilitation Support Service, also known as IPRSS is a recovery oriented rehabilitation and support service for people who experienced mental illness. Services are provided jointly by government and non-government mental health providers in a person’s home and local community, and can be accessed in the metropolitan and country regions. So the IPRSS […]

Meet Rehabilitation Psychologist, Tracy Shannon, PsyD

Meet Rehabilitation Psychologist, Tracy Shannon, PsyD

Hi I’m Dr. Tracy Shannon. I’m a neuropsychologist and rehab psychologist at OSU Wexner Medical Center. I have a degree in clinical psychology but I specialized in neuropsychology so my first experience working with individuals was working with individuals at a residential facility with severe behavioral disturbance, secondary to traumatic brain injury. And I just […]

The Easiest Window Treatment Ever

The Easiest Window Treatment Ever

For just a few bucks, you can make the easiest window treatment ever, here’s how. First, measure the width and the length of your window, then cut your fabric two inches wider, and three inches longer, to allow for hem. Measure the edges, and iron it along the fold, to create a crisp line. These […]

TV Show Hosts Who Treat Their Staff Like Garbage

TV hosts might put a lot of sweat and tears into their shows, but rumor has it they sometimes forget to appreciate the hard working people behind the scenes. Of course, fame could easily go to anyone’s head, but these horrific stories prove that some television hosts really cross the line. Dr. Phil Dr. Phillip […]