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Concussions Among Soccer Players

Concussions Among Soccer Players

You may have heard of concussions among soccer players in your community. Or, you may have seen them happen while watching soccer games in person or on TV. Concussions are prevalent in the sport of soccer, and heading the ball is the most common cause of concussion....

Concussion Lecture on October 20!

We are happy to announce that we are giving a concussion lecture on Wednesday, October 20! Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College has invited us to come talk about concussion injuries and the recovery process. Concussion related injuries are on the...

Dizziness after a Concussion

Dizziness after a Concussion

Dizziness happens frequently after a concussion. You may find that the dizziness goes away quickly, but in some cases it may continue to cause a problem. You may notice dizziness that increases with reading, watching TV, or using your computer. Sometimes dizziness...

Concussion: When to Leave the Game

Concussion: When to Leave the Game

When should an athlete leave the game after a suspected concussion? A good rule of thumb is that if you think there is a possibility the athlete had a concussion, you should keep them out of play until they can be evaluated by a healthcare provider. The saying goes,...

Difficulty Reading after a Concussion

Difficulty Reading after a Concussion

Are you having difficulty reading after a concussion? This is a very common problem! It means your brain is still not functioning the way it usually does due to the injury. If you are still within the first couple of days after your concussion, you should rest from...

Rest after a Concussion

Rest after a Concussion

Why do healthcare providers tell their patients to rest after a concussion? Physical and cognitive rest in the first 24-48 hours after a concussion is thought to allow the brain to recover and restore its normal function, as well as improve recovery from concussion...

Free Balance Lecture in 2 days!

I am happy to announce a free balance lecture in 2 days! The Hearing Loss Association of Sarasota, Florida has a very active chapter, and this Wednesday I will be their guest speaker !I love educating people on the inner ear balance system and balance problems. ...

5 Facts about Concussions

5 Facts about Concussions

Concussions can be difficult to recover from. However, at Equinox Physical Therapy, we specialize in treating people who have had a concussion. Check out these 5 facts about concussions to learn more! List of 5 Facts about Concussions 40% of all concussions are due to...

Balance Awareness Week Starts Today! Great News!

What is your balance awareness week story? Great News! Balance Awareness Week Starts today! Great News! Balance Awareness Week Starts Today! How is your balance awareness? Do you or someone you love have a balance problem?  Balance problems can be caused by many...

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Our Approach

Listen. Listening is the most important step in understanding a patient’s concern. It is the most basic beginning, and in health care today, so often undervalued. It directs understanding, the direction of testing, and formulation of a plan. It is the most important step in paving the road to treatment and recovery.

Learn. Our role is not only to learn from our patients but to guide them in how to learn from us, and what they should do to take back their lives and create positive change.

Live. Life is a gift. The purpose of all treatment at Equinox Physical Therapy is to restore function, independence, and freedom to clients recovering from or living with an illness.

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