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A summary of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for healthy aging: From mechanisms to therapeutics

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has emerged as a well-established treatment method for various medical conditions. Its noninvasive nature, safety profile, and wide clinical application make it a promising avenue for new indications, including aging and age-related diseases. Despite the belief that excessive oxygen might hasten aging, HBOT protocols within safe thresholds have shown considerable promise

Transforming Lives: A Grant’s Impact on Healthcare Excellence in Hartland, MI

In the heart of Hartland, Michigan, a small speech and occupational therapy outpatient clinic has been making waves in the community, thanks to a transformative grant that has propelled its dedicated team towards new heights of expertise and compassion. The Going PRO Grant, awarded by the Going Pro Talent Fund, arrived at a crucial moment


Unlocking Healing Potential: The Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

by Leigh Harter In the realm of advanced medical treatments, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) emerges as a beacon of hope, offering a multifaceted approach to healing various conditions. The science behind HBOT lies in its ability to saturate the body with increased levels of oxygen, promoting accelerated healing and recovery. It disrupts the cycle of

child learning feeding therapy techniques.

Correcting Feeding Problems in Children

by Kaylee Torok Mealtime is crucial for children’s overall health, development, and quality of life. Many people mistakenly believe that mealtime problems are solely behavioral, but underlying physiological concerns may be at play. These issues can take the form of spillage, ‘feeding the floor,’ using hands instead of utensils, slouching, food refusal, spitting, coughing, gagging,

rock steady boxing teacher and student.

Rock Steady Boxing is the name, and fighting back against Parkinson’s Disease is the game!

by Paige Syjut Have you heard of Rock Steady Boxing? It’s okay, most people haven’t. Rock Steady Boxing is a non-contact boxing program that was designed to slow the progression of both motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease through high-intensity physical exercise, motor skill learning, transitional movements, cognitive engagement, and community support.   Since its

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A Graduate Student’s Experience with COVID-19

by Sarah Reeves “…make sure to really pay attention to these things because in just a few months, you’ll be out in your externship sites as a student and you’re going to want to do well,” my professor had told us, minutes before ending our neurogenic language and cognitive disorders class in late February of

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Comprehensive Continuing Education Courses-Do the Costs Outweigh the Benefits?

As a speech language pathologist, one of the requirements to maintain certification is to receive continuing education. Coming out of graduate school, I felt so unprepared since there are a variety of areas we treat-cognition, apraxia, dysphagia, aphasia, etc. I was often exposed to professionals sharing information to “register for this course” to learn more

Leigh Harter with dog

Healing Animals

While there are many animals, including horses, miniature pigs, rabbits, birds, etc., this blog post will be targeted specifically toward dogs. Distinguishing the Difference: There is a difference between a service animal, therapy animal, and emotional support animal. A service animal is trained to help people with disabilities such as visual impairments, mental illnesses, seizure disorders, diabetes,