CPTA and Patient Management with Vestibular Hypofunction

Arroyo Physical Therapy attended the annual CPTA (California Physical Therapy Association) conference in Long Beach and took a course on patient management with Vestibular Hypofunction. The speaker Susan Herman is a leading expert in vestibular treatment and has done a lot of research and has written a text book on the diagnosis, medical/surgical management, and physical therapy management of vestibular disorders.

Just another way Arroyo Physical Therapy is staying on top of the current information and treatment for clinical assessment and decision making for balance and vestibular rehabilitation and treatment.

San Gabriel Valley Pride

Arroyo Physical Therapy will have a booth at this years San Gabriel Valley Pride located on the “quad” of Pasadena City College, on Saturday, October 8th!

We will be offering 85% discounts on balance screenings, information and flyers for our up-coming classes and general information about our concierge services. We will also be selling products that we find useful, such as kinesio tape (k tape), biofreeze, walking aids and ther-a-band!

We’d love to see you there so come on by!

Parkinson’s Symposium TODAY!!!!!

Well today is the day we go the Pasadena Senior Center for the Parkinson’s Symposium.

Early Warning Signs can include: constipation, Acting out your dreams and a loss of smell. Symptoms may include: tremors, slowness of movement, memory and cognitive issues, imbalance, and shuffled gait.

Today’s symposium will offer free screenings, Q&A from leading physicians and physical therapist who are experts who specialize in the treatment Parkinson’s and movement disorders. Other services include caregiver training and info, sleep disorders, exercise, psychological concerns, treatment options, and home safety.

The message from today’s symposium is: There is Life with Parkinson’s. We look forward to seeing you there!

Arroyo PT featured in “advance for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine”.

WOW! Our lead therapist, Kathleen McGuire, PT, DPT, was interviewed for “advance for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine”, in an article “Pain Pathways”. The article is about how therapist utilize manual therapy and modalities to treat peripheral neuropathy. In addition to treatment, individuals with peripheral neuropathy, can have other mobility issues such as foot/ankle weakness, balance deficits, decreased strength and vascular issues.

Here at Arroyo Physical Therapy in Pasadena, CA., we offer treatment for peripheral neuropathy with the Laser/Light therapy. It has been clinically proven to promote healing at the cellular level and the help reduce pain, numbness and tingling.

Be sure to contact us for more info or pass along our info should you know of anyone suffering from peripheral neuropathy.

Arroyo PT a part of the 1st Annual Pasadena Parkinson’s Screening and Symposium

Just a reminder that Arroyo Physical Therapy will be a part of the 1st Annual Parkinson’s Symposium in Pasadena on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 from 10 am to 4 PM. If you or anyone you know is living with Parkinson’s, we invite you to come on down and get more information. Early detection and intervention with physical therapy really can make a difference.

Pasadena Senior Center
85 E Holly St.
Pasadena, CA 91103

There will be Lunch, Refreshments and door prizes too!