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  1. Postural drainage is one way to help treat breathing problems due to swelling and too much mucus in the airways of the lungs. Follow ...
  2. You are likely excited about going home after being in the hospital, skilled nursing center, or rehabilitation facility. You should ...
  3. ... with NSAIDs and steroid injections. Steroid injections and physical therapy can improve your motion. It can take a ... 9 months to a year for complete recovery. Physical therapy is intense and needs to be done every ...
  4. ... your back Cold packs and heat therapy Traction Physical therapy, involving stretching and strengthening exercises Counseling to learn ...
  5. ... have. The surgeon will have you go to physical therapy to help you gain strength and use of ... a few weeks to start therapy. Before starting physical therapy, ask your surgeon if you should begin to ...
  6. ... with simple measures such as ice, mild painkillers, physical therapy, and proper exercises. Most of the time, back ... your stomach and back. You may benefit from physical therapy. Your provider will determine whether you need to ...
  7. ... muscle stretching, can help make symptoms less severe. Physical therapy is also helpful. ... doctor may refer you to a physical therapist. Physical therapy involves different exercises, including muscle stretching and strengthening ...
  8. ... adjust your work area or change work tasks. PHYSICAL THERAPY Physical therapy can help improve muscle strength and the motion ...
  9. ... stress on the heel. Try ultrasound treatment during physical therapy to reduce inflammation. Have physical therapy to improve flexibility and strength around the ankle. ...
  10. ... to 4 months or more. You may need physical therapy. You should start working with a physical therapist ... recovery. If you have surgery, you may start physical therapy earlier to avoid wrist stiffness. However, if you ...
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