02 Jun

ECRC Now Offering BIG – LSVT Program For Person’s With Parkinson’s Disease

Clinician Audrey Traylor, P.T. of the Lisbon Office is a certified clinician of the LSVT-BIG treatment approach for persons with Parkinson’s Disease and other neurological conditions.  “LSVT-BIG is a well researched and highly effective exercise based treatment approach producing significant positive results on tests of motor functioning.  Most importantly, this treatment approach produces faster walking with bigger…

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02 Jun

The Dayville Office Has Moved To A New Location

The new address for our Dayville Office is 165 Hartford Pike, Dayville CT 06241.  Our new Office is still located off of Route 101 (one mile west of the old location, on the left hand side immediately after Charleen’s Portrait Studio).  The phone and fax number remains the same.

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30 Jan

ECRC Now Offering BIG – LSVT Program For Person’s With Parkinson’s Disease

Clinician Audrey Traylor, P.T. of the Lisbon Office is a certified clinician of the LSVT-BIG treatment approach for persons with Parkinson’s Disease and other neurological conditions.  “LSVT-BIG is a well researched and highly effective exercise based treatment approach producing significant positive results on tests of motor functioning.  Most importantly, this treatment approach produces faster walking with bigger steps and arm swings, improved balance and increased trunk rotation. LSVT-BIG translates bigger movements into real-work, everyday activities”.   Call 860-376-2564 for an appointment or more information.

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29 Dec

EXERCISE FOR ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT

STUDY SHOWS IT WORKS! Exercise for rotator cuff impingement can help reduce pain and improve function but it may not improve motion and strength. Manual therapy [having the PT perform techniques, such as joint mobilizations or soft tissue release techniques] helps as well. ECRC CAN HELP WITH EXERCISE PROGRAMS and MANUAL THERAPY. Exercise has significant…

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29 Dec

PHYSICAL THERAPY AND THE CAMARADERIE OF HEALING

THE NEW YORK TIMES: An article in Monday’s New York Times, titled “Physical Therapy and the Camaraderie of Healing,” captures the essence of the special relationship a physical therapist develops with his or her patient. Because the article describes the hands-on, intense nature of physical therapist treatment, there could be some who find the article…

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