Therapist Recommended Pediatric PT Exercises

At PT-Connect/PT-Helper, we are always looking to add new exercises to our library to improve our ability to help physical therapists prescribe exercises to their

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Vestibular Exercises

After our blog The Basics of Vestibular Care by Dr. Madison Oak, DPT, we have added new vestibular exercises into our exercise library for physical

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Pediatric Exercises

At this time of year in 2020, school districts are in the process of getting ready to re-open with in-person classes and/or remote learning to

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Triceps Dip Variations

Over the past few years, I have a little competition with my daughter, Lauren (@baby_beefcake), to see who can do more pull-ups whenever we get

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Gait Exercises

Shane Haas of ADL Balance recently posted a blog article and YouTube video on “Turn 15 Gait Challenges Into 2,400 Possible Gait Exercises” to create

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Golfers Elbow (P)Rehab

Many golfers in the northern half of the U.S. are anxious for spring to arrive for the opportunity to head back out on the golf

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Soft Skills for the Physical Therapist and Patient

Physical therapy treatment is a collaboration between the patient and therapist. A recent blog “How to Get the Most out of Physical Therapy” from Outside

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Harvard Health Supports the Benefits of Walking with Poles (aka Nordic Walking)!

By guest blogger Mandy Shintani Reg. OT (BC ) & Gerontologist Nordic Walking is currently one of the fastest growing forms of fitness globally, but its

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5 Reasons Hands-on PT May Supplement or Replace Pain Meds

by guest blogger Brian Scherff, PT The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is undertaking an anti-opioids campaign touting the benefits of Physical Therapy (PT) over

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Printing for the Home-Care Physical Therapist

While at the 2019 American Physical Therapist Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) conference, we had the opportunity to talk with home-care physical therapists about

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