Tag: balance

Yoga: Warrior III

by Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief Yoga is a powerful tool for recovery after brain injury. Contrary to some beliefs, everyone can do yoga — you don’t need to be super flexible, have great balance, or even be able to stand up. The beauty of yoga is that every pose can be ...

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Yoga: Warrior 1

Yoga is a powerful tool for recovery after brain injury. Contrary to some beliefs, everyone can do yoga — you don't need to be super flexible, have great balance, or even be able to stand up. The beauty of yoga is that every pose can be modified so anyone can be ...

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Get Your Balance On

By Kelly Harrigan Surf’s up, dude. Coming to you from the tech corner is the Indo Board and IndoFLO Cushion. Small, portable, and easy to use, it fits any size home and can give a boost to your balance and stay-at-home exercise routine. Indo Board’s mission is to bring the ...

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Balance and Proprioception

by Sharik Peck, PT Once again, I was standing on top of a skyscraper with that all too familiar nausea kicking me in the stomach. I knew I had to climb out onto the ledge and get across the plank that connected the two buildings. Partway across, sweating profusely and ...

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The Energy Field and Balance

by Sam Black During the healing process after a brain energy, much consideration is given to the physical symptoms and mindset of the survivor. Treatments provide relief for everything from headaches, pain, brain fog, and sleep disturbances. However, some treatments that address balancing energy, and go beyond the physical, can ...

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Functional Home Design to Promote Balance

Dr. Emily Reilly, MSOTR/L, ECHM Brain injuries often have long-lasting effects that may not be visible to those around you. Once the acute injuries have healed and medical professionals deem you’re “recovered,” it can be challenging to resume daily life the way it was prior to the injury. When the ...

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Balance and Nutrition

by Dr. Lori Jokinen A balance disorder can present in a variety of ways. It is often described as feeling unsteady, or like you are on the brink of falling. It can make you feel dizzy, like you are spinning, even though you are not moving at all. It may ...

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