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3 Proven Ways to help Seniors Recover from Injuries Faster

Have you ever noticed how your scars and bruises take a long while to heal now that you are forty? Have you observed how your senior loved ones are susceptible to falling and accidents even if they are just doing their usual activities? Although there are no scientific studies claiming the relationship between age and … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why You Should Get a Speech Language Pathologist

As a parent, you are gifted with the instinct to know that something may not be “right” in the way your kids communicate. It could be that they are unable to utter intelligible words when kids their age have already mastered speaking 5 words. Your child may have a complex issue such as hearing impairment, … Continue reading

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How You Can Help Your Senior Parent with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

You may ask what irritable bowel syndrome is. Well, this is a condition that’s more commonly referred to by its initials – IBS. It is a very common disorder that happens in the colon, wherein the person experiences abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, and constipation. This condition usually affects elderly and has an estimated 10% of … Continue reading

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How Can Occupational Therapy Help You Do the Things You Love!

One of the most important therapy services that Pioneer Trace Healthcare & Rehabilitation offers is our occupational therapy. This is a therapy that is used to help you relearn the skills that you may have lost due to an illness or an injury that you have sustained. Here are some of the many ways that … Continue reading

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Finding Your Strength Once Again

You wake up in a hospital and you can’t feel your legs. You are confused on what is happening, and then it hits you. Flashbacks start flooding your head like a movie of an experience you cannot believe you just had. You were just in a car accident; all you remember is driving home after … Continue reading

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Toys to Help Alleviate Your Child’s Speech Delay

Children who are having speech delays, such as those who are late talkers, or with a complex diagnosis of autism and other medical conditions, can learn so much from the toys that are given to them. Remember that play is an important matter that you should encourage your kids to do because it helps in … Continue reading

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