It is time to spread the awareness about emotional, physical,and economic pressure that long -term care can take on us.
70% of men and women over the age of 645 will need some kind of long-term care services.
On average, the caregiver spends about 21 hours per week assisting their patient of familymember
Over 90% of family caregivers had to alter their work schedule permanently due to caring for their loved one
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Lily Wang DPT MHA & MSG, Owner and Director of Rehab program of All time Care Physical Therapy. Dr Lily Graduated from USC Health Science with a specialty in Gerontology in 1995 and later earned her strength TEST Specialty and Doctor in physical therapy from AT still university in 2011.
Iontophoresis Medications Used in Physical Therapy
By Lily W Hung , DPT ,MHA, CFCE
on Mar 15 , 2020
Iontophoresis , a type of electrical stimulation that is used to administer specific medication into your body through the skin ; is a therapeutic modality commonly used in physical therapy. It is often used to treat a variety of different conditions.
There are different medication that can be used in iontophoresis . Some medications are used to decrease inflammation, while others are used to decrease calcium deposits in muscle and tendon tissue.
It is important that you understand the goals of treatment and the type of medication that is being used. To understand more about commonly used iontophoresis medications click read more and ask your therapist for better understanding.
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