Recent years have seen the development of several new approaches to help improve arm and leg function after a stroke. The Rehabilitation Medicine Department at New York Presbyterian is leading many new developments in this area. While none of these
Someone who tends to catastrophize pain, or have a high fear of pain, is more likely to respond to pain in one part of the body by feeling pain in another part of the body that should not be painful.
As we age, we may experience reduced visual acuity, reduced reflexes, changes in posture, loss of muscle mass, and arthritis, all of which may combine to increase risk of falls for the elderly. Age-related muscle loss is known as sarcopenia,
A new study has revealed that lower back pain affects around 31 million people in America. One of the best ways to control this condition could be personalized physical therapy. Researchers at La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia, have noted that