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Oncology Rehabilitation Combats Effects of Cancer Treatment

“How do I tell someone to exercise during cancer treatment, when I don’t exercise myself”?  This is what I was told by a radiation nurse when I asked her what restrictions I had during my own treatment for cancer. 

PM&R Physicians: The Quarterbacks of Concussion Management

concussion managementSuccessful teams have one thing in common—a leader who guides all members toward a shared goal.  A good example is a quarterback who leads his team to victory.

Good Shepherd Pediatrics: Mission Critical

PediatricsAs a father of three, I understand the importance of easy access to world-class pediatric services. At Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network (GSRN), our pediatric services include inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation and specialized care for children with developmental and physical disabilities. These services are nothing short of mission critical.

Handwriting Is Still as Important as Typing and Texting

HandwritingWith tablets and computers, text messages and emails, do we even need to write anything by hand anymore?  The answer is “Yes!”

When Fashion Causes Pain

As a woman, I love my shoes, especially my four inch purple patent-leather heels.  My favorite handbag is not the diaper bag that I am normally carrying, but my 15-inch tote.  So on the occasion that I have a girls’ night out and have shed the sneakers and diaper bag, the next morning I notice that I have increased back and foot pain.

Nurturing Innovation

One of the strengths that drew me to Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network was the organizational culture. Each staff member is ingrained with a high level of compassion and spirit of innovation that have become the calling cards of the Good Shepherd brand.

Insist on the Best Inpatient Rehabilitation

If you or a family member is recovering from an injury or illness – such as a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury or multi-trauma – you deserve the best inpatient rehabilitation available to return to the people and activities you love more quickly and with more function and independence.

Consumer Electronics Devices Impact Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology

Imagine devices that allow you to control your computer without touching a keyboard, mouse or screen, or let you effortlessly traverse a virtual world using a 3D headset and multi-directional treadmill.  High-tech devices like these already exist and may be at your local electronics store soon.

Back-to-School Fashion Trend Can Cause Back Pain

back to school trendForget peplum tops and detailed denim. One of the hottest trends in back-to-school fashion is a functional accessory – messenger bags. Hip, crossbody bags have replaced the more traditional two-strap backpack as the book bag of choice for preschool to preteen kids.

Safety Tips for Cheerleaders: Tots to Teens

cheerleading injuriesMore than just cheering on a football team under the Friday night lights, cheerleading has become a highly competitive sport with routines that include increasingly difficult and dangerous stunts.

During the last decade, the popularity of competitive cheerleading increased dramatically thanks to ESPN-broadcast competitions and popular movies, like the 2000 film Bring It On

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