We are dog lovers at Gaitway of Charlotte – but this article describes how therapeutic your cat can be – enjoy this read !
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Living with cancer continues to be a challenge for many older adults. The side effects of extensive surgery, life -altering chemotherapy and the impact on someone’s life are well understood. We, at gaitway of Charlotte LLC in Charlotte NC, offer rehabilitation at home, on your schedule, when these surgeries and chemo treatments take a toll
Consider attending a Gerontology Conference on just that. See Alison Starkey PT, MBA/MHA, CAPS CDP present on “Gaps in care – the way forward for Physical Therapy and Wellness”. See the link below for registration – CEU’s are available for professionals. https://www.charlotteahec.org/continuing-professional-development/event.cfm?eventid=54258
Wise Wednesdays: Having your “paperwork in order” is a well known important thing to do for all adults. In the case of dementia and what is appropriate at the end of life requires special consideration. This article looks at the necessary discussions to have when newly diagnosed so that your former self has the opportunity
Wise Wednesdays – are you running on a big wheel and then not moving afterwards…? you might be better off not exercising…
As we all know, keeping your weight down as you age is increasingly difficult. Exercise is the fountain of youth for so many – but not necessarily for weight loss. Exercise has been proven to help with anti – aging, cardiovascular fitness, mood enhancement and improving sleep quality – but as this article discusses ..
The issue of overdose is in the news for younger folks who are getting caught up with “prescription medicines” the so called “Opioid Epidemic”. Much of the press coverage focuses on otherwise normal people who have an injury, are given ( perhaps inappropriately) opiates for pain for such injuries as low back pain and minor
Wise Wednesdays ! This is a fascinating read on the latest research being developed for memory optimization in all kinds of clinical situations. These “stimulators” are already being used for Parkinson’s and MS patients and work remarkably well – perhaps this is the beginning of a bonafide treatment for dementia… here’s hoping !