Cardiovascular Compromise: Return to a Full Tank of Gas After COVID-19
The effects of a COVID-19 infection on a person’s lungs can negatively impact cardiovascular health, leading to decreased energy and a diminished quality of life. The COVID-19 Recovery Program at Emerson Hospital is equipped to help.
COVID-19 Recovery: A Balancing Act
Recovering from COVID-19 may mean days or even weeks in bed, which can lead to a loss of balance and coordination. Our COVID-19 Recovery Program has physical therapists ready to help patients improve their balance to prevent the likelihood of a fall.
Holistic Care of Young Athletes
Learn how Emerson’s holistic approach to health and nutrition helped a teenage basketball athlete recover. Also, get nutrition tips for teenage athletes.
Recovering Your Strength Following a COVID-19 Infection
The effects of COVID-19 can linger long after the initial illness wanes, especially when it comes to physical weakness patients may experience. Emerson’s COVID-19 Recovery Program will help retrain your muscles and get you back to the fitness you had prior to your infection.
Same-Day Joint Replacement
After successful same-day joint replacement surgery, Paul is back on his feet and back at his job as a building contractor.
Keep Your Back and Body Healthy While Working from Home
If you are one of the many people now working from home due to the pandemic, you may find that your new work setup is giving you backaches. Here are some tips to ease the pain.
Feeling More Disoriented Lately? Here’s How to Center Yourself
It's common to feel more confused, distracted, and forgetful during the coronavirus pandemic. However, there are some simple ways to reorient yourself toward a more stable, healthier state of mind and body.
How to Keep Fit While Staying Home
If you are struggling to maintain your fitness goals, don't give up. Here are several options for fitting fitness in at home, with minimal to no equipment required.
How to Keep Your Children Physically Active While Staying at Home
With the COVID-19 crisis keeping us at home and kids out of school, parents may find their children either full of energy or laying about while transfixed by a screen. Try these tips to get your child to exercise, move around, and avoid lethargic behavior.
Exciting Opportunities for People with Parkinson’s Disease
For those struggling with mobility issues brought on by Parkinson's disease, Emerson has a number of programs and classes to help improve body awareness, balance and self-confidence.