Rehabilitation

June 4, 2020

One Stop, Three Services: Centralized Location Allows Easy Access to Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy

By Carolyn Comeau A patient recovering from a stroke, a child with developmental delays and an individual affected by dementia might all appear to have different needs, but in reality, rehabilitation services are critical for improving these patients’ lives. Rehab services is an umbrella term that includes multiple, distinct therapeutic modalities. Jon Brown, physical therapist […]

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January 18, 2020

Breathing Easier: Michael Nakamura Credits Support for Improving His Quality of Life after COPD

By Carolyn Comeau Michael Nakamura’s “can do” attitude is contagious, but until he signed on as a participant in Angel Medical Center’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program, he was anything but energetic. “In 1999, I got diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, a disease that makes you struggle for air,” said Nakamura. “It got worse […]

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May 16, 2019

Live Fully: How Occupational Therapy Helps Children and Adults

Occupational therapy is an evidence-based practice deeply rooted in science that supports the well-being of the whole person and their lifestyle. Occupational therapy practitioners enable people of all ages to live life to the fullest by helping promote health and prevent (or live better with) injury, illness or disability. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping […]

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January 2, 2019

“Cut Here” — How Jon Jones Discovered the Key to a Better Life in Prosthetics

After an elective amputation, Jon Jones is meeting his goals with help from CarePartners. CarePartners physical therapist Laura Dylus first met Jon Jones in January 2018 when he came in for a physical therapy evaluation. “I asked him, ‘How can I help you today?’ and he said, ‘I want to cut my leg off,’” recalled […]

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