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July 31, 2014: By the time Linda Cook took her 10-month old son Evan to his 4-month check-up, she was convinced he had scoliosis. Evan was having trouble breathing, he was losing strength and range of motion, and he had a noticeable hump around his ribs. Tests confirmed that Linda was right. In this episode, Linda discusses what a rare condition infantile scoliosis is, what it's like to be part of her son's physical therapy team, and the big gains her little patient is making. Evan's pediatric physical therapist joins her. Read more about pediatric physical therapy at MoveForwardPT.com Subscribe to Move Forward Radio podcasts on iTunes.
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October 10, 2013: A shoulder replacement surgery gave Pam Pelton a repaired body part, but it did not immediately return her to pain-free life. Persistent shoulder pain caused sleepless nights and prohibited many activities she loved.... more

October 1, 2013: Today is the start of National Physical Therapy Month. In celebration, MoveForwardPT.com teamed with Huff/Post 50 to survey the 50 largest US metro areas to determine which cities are best suited for maintaining... more

September 19, 2013: Given the frequency of back pain, one might assume the health care system adheres to the most current guidelines that call to treat the condition conservatively, with over the counter pain medication and physical... more

September 8, 2013: September 8 is World Physical Therapy Day - an opportunity for physical therapists all over the world to raise awareness about the power of physical therapy to keep people fit, active and independent across the lifespan.... more

September 6, 2013: September 8 is World Physical Therapy Day - an opportunity for physical therapists all over the world to raise awareness about the power of physical therapy to keep people fit, active and independent across the lifespan.... more

August 22, 2013: Flat head syndrome (or plagiocephaly) in infants has become more common over the past few decades as a side effect of the Back to Sleep campaign, which instructs parents to put babies to sleep on their back in order to... more

August 8, 2013: As recreational running continues to increase in popularity, so have instances of women running while pregnant. In this episode of Move Forward Radio, physical therapists discuss their recent study, which found that... more

July 25, 2013: If a recent CrossFit Games video is to be believed, stressed induced urinary incontinence is largely unavoidable, particularly for women who participate in high-impact exercise or women who have had children. In this... more

July 11, 2013: The path to lifelong fitness and wellness travels through the lungs. In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist discusses the role of physical therapy in treating pulmonary conditions such as asthma, cystic... more

June 27, 2013: Just in time for the start of the Tour de France, Move Forward Radio discusses cycling injuries and the role of physical therapists in managing recreational and elite cyclists. Subscribe to Move Forward Radio podcasts on... more
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