The Power of Massage During Stressful Times
Touch is healing. We recognize and respond to a pat on the back, holding hands or a hug. Massage takes it the notion of touch as healing farther. And it can be especially beneficial to those who live alone or to someone who longs for a few minutes alone. Continue reading “Tension Breaker”
Although there is no known cure for the disease, a new program at FMC helps to restore muscle control and stability
Friday, July 25, 2008
Special to the Daily Sun
Larry Gold stretched his arms wide and reached to the left, mimicking Cindy Thomann, a physical therapist at Flagstaff Medical Center.
“What kind of effort is that on a 1-to-10 basis?” Thomann asked him. “An 8,” Gold answered.
“What can you do to make your movements bigger?” Thomann asked, then watched.
“That’s right, hold your chin up and extend your hand. Catch those raindrops,” she encouraged in a loud, firm voice with a positive bent. “Are you tired or thirsty?” Continue reading “Parkinson’s sufferers ‘Think Big’”