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Axes Physical Therapy
Axes Physical Therapy Telehealth St. Louis
Due to the COVID-19 crisis currently enveloping our country, states such as Missouri have pivoted rapidly to allow telehealth visits or virtual visits with a physical or occupational therapist. Additionally, many insurers are now covering virtual visits for their members during the peak of this crisis. This allows the opportunity...
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physical therapy home exercise program
I’m Practicing Social Distancing… Now What? Thank you for doing your part to help avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our St. Louis area and greater communities! These efforts do not go unnoticed. Whether we consider ourselves more introverted or more extroverted, social distancing can be difficult to do, and...
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By now, all of us have been inundated with information about Covid-19 (coronavirus) and the impact this global pandemic is having on our health, our lives, our economy and our general well-being. Locked down and locked in, it’s difficult to stay positive in these difficult and uncertain times. Our hearts...
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physical therapist interview
The Patient Experience. Three very important words in healthcare today. There’s no doubt that there’s more emphasis on the experience of the customer now than in the past. Many reasons drive this: 1) patient choice in healthcare provider 2) competition 3) resources available for patients to research their healthcare provider....
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certified hand therapy
Injuries to the hand or wrist can be highly disruptive to patients, interfering with the ability to perform the simplest of tasks. When unable to dress yourself, make a cup of coffee, or eat a meal because of a hand injury, it’s imperative that your recovery is guided by experts...
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physical therapy strengthening
Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) is now available at all Axes Physical Therapy locations. This specialized physical therapy technique can be highly effective in assisting patients with gains in muscle strength and hypertrophy via low load resistance training or during aerobic training. Additionally, BFRT can prevent muscle atrophy when used...
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texting thumb pain
“Ok, I’ll text you!” How many times do you find yourself using that line? The average person spends around 23 hours a week texting – more if you are a Millennial or younger. Sure, texting allows you to stay “in touch” but if you overdo it, you can develop, “Texting...
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runner with shin splints
If you’ve ever experienced shin splints you know how irritating they can be. For those who have never experienced this, it’s an annoying, nagging pain or tenderness on the inside of the lower leg and sometimes they can derail an athletes’ training if not addressed. In this blog, we dive...
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With the temperatures dropping and the leaves changing comes my favorite time of the year – fall hunting. Whether you’re a turkey hunter, or a deer hunter like me, you have no doubt spent countless hours sitting . . . and waiting . . . for that trophy to make...
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hamstring injuries in sports
Questionable. Probable. Not practicing. Injured Reserve. Out. Are alerts like these causing you to stress out about your fantasy football team? Hamstring strains are a very common injury early in the season for skilled player positions. They can sideline your starting line-up quickly leaving you to scour the waiver wire...
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