Physical Therapy Clinic Spokane Blog
For many of us, our joints seem to bend and twist in ways nature never intended. While party tricks like touching our elbows to knees or contorting into pretzel shapes might impress onlookers, living with hypermobility is far from a circus act
If you’ve had BPPV before, you’ll want to do everything you can to keep it from coming back!
BPPV, also known as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, occurs when little crystals called “otoconia” float into the inner ear canals from an adjacent inner ear organ.
The result can be very uncomfortable and sudden vertigo.
For some people, effectively treating the BPPV once with the Epley Maneuver and/or the Gufoni Maneuver will be enough to keep the vertigo from coming back.
But for others, the vertigo can recur, sometimes frequently.
In this video, I’ll answer some common questions I get from viewers about how to prevent BPPV from recurring, and I’ll also share 3 tips to help minimize the vertigo from coming back in the first 24-48 hours.
Every year, on February 4th, the world unites to observe World Cancer Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness about cancer, encouraging its prevention, detection, and treatment, and urging governments and individuals alike to take action. It serves as a crucial reminder of the global impact of cancer and the significance of ongoing efforts to combat this prevalent disease. As we commemorate this day, it’s vital to reflect on the importance of proactive measures for prevention, as well as the advancements in cancer treatment that offer hope and improved outcomes for those affected.
Using PWR!Moves is one of the best ways to help people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) improve their balance and mobility and reduce the risk of falls!
In this presentation, join Sharon Hall, DPT, NCS at Gordon Physical Therapy in Spokane Valley, WA as she explains how the PWR!Moves exercises help people with Parkinson’s slow down disease progression and improve mobility.
If you’d like move information and resources on how to treat Parkinson’s Disease, we’ll be posting more information on our website soon at this URL: https://GordonPhysicalTherapy.com/Parkinsons-Disease-Treatment
As winter blankets the world in frost and cold, it brings with it a familiar companion for many: joint pain. The connection between cold weather and joint discomfort is a topic that merits exploration, as understanding this relationship can empower individuals to better manage and mitigate the discomfort they experience. In this comprehensive blog post, we will unravel the intricate connections between cold weather and joint pain while offering practical insights and solutions. Our aim is to provide you with a holistic understanding of the issue, alongside a heartfelt call to action for our clinic’s specialized care.
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