Jul 16 2014
Exercises I Hate: Part 3 (Upright Row)

By: Griffin Ewald Category INERTIA: A Therapist's Thoughts

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I don’t know if I have ever specifically included Upright Rows (also known as shoulder shrugs) as part of someone’s home program in all of the years that I have been a PT.

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Jul 14 2014
Is Caregiving Its Own Condition?

By: Vicki Conte Category The Nerve Center

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As a support group facilitator, blogger Vicki Conte offers insight on the challenges caregivers face, and how those challenges can be a "condition" on their own.

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Jul 10 2014
Exercises I Hate: Part 2 (Sit-Ups)

By: Griffin Ewald Category INERTIA: A Therapist's Thoughts

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Sit-Ups: This might be the most controversial exercise on the list.

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Jul 2 2014
Exercises I Hate: Part 1 (Empty Can Raises)

By: Griffin Ewald Category INERTIA: A Therapist's Thoughts

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A while back I did a series of posts about exercises that I love. They are ones that I tend to use a lot and include in a lot of home programs for my patients. In order to be complete, I think the series needs a follow up including exercises that I don’t use very often.

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Jul 2 2014
Code Safety

By: Lisa Hass-Peters Category Pearls of Prevention

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Lisa Hass-Peters offers steps you can take as a hospital patient to stay safe in her Pearls of Prevention blog.

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