Occupational Therapy for Trigger Finger

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Trigger finger is a colloquial term for stenosing tenosynovitis, also known as flexor tendonitis. It happens when the fingers become stiff and lock, or stays stuck when you trying to bend them. Straightening these fingers can be done with a quick snap or pull, which is similar to releasing the trigger of a gun, hence… Read more »

Consequences of Dehydration During the Summer Months

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What is dehydration?   Dehydration transpires when you lose more fluid and electrolytes than you take in, and your body doesn’t have sufficient water and other fluids to carry out its normal functions. Electrolytes are essential for our general health, as they are mineral compounds the body requires to regulate temperature and maintain a healthy… Read more »

How Do You Treat Tennis Elbow Fast? [Easy Guide]

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What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is one of the most common soft tissue conditions of the arm that affects 1-3%of American adults. It is caused by repetitive overuse movements of the arm and wrist, resulting in inflammation to the tendons of the elbow. Common Signs and Symptoms of Tennis Elbow… Read more »

Music as a form of therapy?

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Music is an inevitable part of human life. It can make us cry, smile, dance or think. It accompanies us during the most important life events and in everyday situations. Because of its effect on our feelings, music started to be used as a therapy methody, particularly for people with depression, anxiety or other emotional… Read more »