New Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation

By Alameda Staff | June 14, 2019 | 0 Comments
New Hope for Stroke Rehabilitation

A new type of stroke rehabilitation therapy has been developed that may provide better help and new hope for stroke patients. What happens in a stroke? A stroke occurs when blood supply is cut off to the brain. Simple biology is that the heart pumps blood to all parts of our bodies through the vascular…

Happy National Nursing Assistants Week!

By Alameda Staff | June 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Cardiac Rehab for Veterans With PTSD and Depression

By Alameda Staff | June 11, 2019 | 0 Comments
cardiac rehab for veterans

New findings show that army veterans with mental health issues are likely make use of cardiac rehab. The study, published in The Journal of The American Heart Association, found that veterans who had a history of PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) or depression were more likely than veterans who didn’t have this history to go…

To Delay the Need for Alzheimer’s Care, Brush Your Teeth!

By Alameda Staff | June 6, 2019 | 0 Comments
Brushing Teeth to Prevent Alzheimer's Care

Believe it or not, new studies point to Toothbrushing as a means for stalling the advent of Alzheimer’s disease. Several studies point to the fact that oral bacteria makes the rounds in the body, and can cause disaster throughout. If you don’t want to end up needing Alzheimer’s care too soon, start brushing your teeth…

Our June Calendar is Here!

By Alameda Staff | June 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

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Meet Our Latest Rehab Graduate!!

By Alameda Staff | June 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Vascular Care Can Help With Wound Healing

By Alameda Staff | June 3, 2019 | 0 Comments
Vascular care for wounds

Chronic wounds have been increasing across hospitals nationwide. Different types of wounds require different types of treatment, but altogether, the approach to treating wounds needs a bit of a makeover, according to wound care experts. Instead of tidying up wounds and sending patients home, other aspects of a patient’s care need to be addressed, including…

Providing Comfort Care at Home

By Alameda Staff | May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
Providing comfort care

Research has shown, and it’s rather intuitive, that people would much prefer to pass away at home instead of in a hospital bed. However, when someone is ill, it can be challenging, and yes, even a bit scary for someone to commit to providing comfort care for a terminally ill family member. Caretakers need a…

Orthopedic Rehab – Before an Injury

By Alameda Staff | May 28, 2019 | 0 Comments
orthopedic rehab

A new concept in the world of orthopedic rehab is getting the rehab before an injury strikes. In this way, doing the exercises and activities that someone might do after an orthopedic injury before it might happen will hopefully prevent its occurrence. If you are an athlete, you can find out more at a rehab…

Exercise Rehabilitation for CKD patients

By Alameda Staff | May 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
Exercise rehabilitation

A new study published in the Clinical Kidney Journal describes how exercise rehabilitation can make a strong impact on the exercise habits of CKD, or chronic kidney disease, patients. This can potentially translate into fewer hospital admissions and allover better health. What is exercise rehabilitation? What is exercise rehabilitation? It’s a several-week program, generally around…