As the world begins to open up in the wake of the pandemic, we need to make sure we are feeling up to the task. Your physical and mental health are both critical in today’s environment, especially as many of us continue to spend most of our time at home. These 4 Tricks for
Image by Shane via Unsplash After the loss of a family member or close friend, it’s common for grieving loved ones to experience major changes. This can affect how they function throughout their day-to-day lives. Some people have extreme changes in appetite and may also lose motivation for doing what they love to do.
Following a COVID-19 infection, you may need help achieving your prior level of functioning. Scheduling a consultation at Brewer Physical Therapy is one of your options! When you think about a person going into intensive care, you might picture someone who’s very ill and likely fighting for their life. They may be on a ventilator
By: Dr. Amanda T. Brewer, PT | November 15, 2020 Virtual physical therapy has quickly moved from a niche offering to the mainstream. Having more options is great, but it can also complicate decision making. Having an understanding of the benefits of both can help make clear which one would best help you meet