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The financial pain associated with health care can be enormous, causing you to delay getting the treatment your body deserves. If you had a costly surgery this year or live with a chronic condition, chances are you have met your deductible and out-of-pocket expenses. You may be able to receive physical therapy treatments at a discounted rate or at no cost.  Don’t forget that your flexible health care dollars can apply to copays and deductibles and any unused d...
Posted on 2018-11-28
The Feldenkrais Method® and Physical Therapy as an Alternative Form of Treatment of Poorly Managed Patients with Chronic Pain Barclay Physical Therapy is one of few rehabilitation centers in the region that offers Feldenkrais® in conjunction with physical therapy for pain relief. Founder, Meena Narula, is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais® Practitioner. She views Feldenkrais as, “having a conversation with our body.” Meena became interested in the technique to ease her own...
Posted on 2018-10-09
Practical Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries Among Children and Teens School is open and it marks the start of fall football, soccer, tennis, cross country, volleyball and golf. It’s also the time for sports injuries. At Barclay Physical Therapy, now is the time we commonly rehabilitate athletic injuries like concussions, broken bones and pulled muscles. Whether you are a Cougars, Falcons, Red Hawks, Colts, Eagles, Chieftains, Yellow Jackets, or any other high school sport’s fan,...
Posted on 2018-09-06
  Show Your Family and Friends How Much You Love Them by Taking Care of Your Heart Health Love yourself this Valentine’s Day by taking steps to prevent a heart attack or stroke by joining the Center for Disease Control’s Million Hearts® campaign. We all have been impacted by heart disease in one way or another, as heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US and worldwide. If you haven’t exercised in a long time, now is the time to do so. The goal of Millio...
Posted on 2018-02-13
Consider this, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, "Health care spending per person is expected to surpass $10,000 in 2016 and then march steadily higher to $14,944 in 2023." In reality, the average American spent $10,345 per person in 2016, including the cost of insurance premiums and deductibles (cnbc.com). Ouch! With healthcare costs rising another 5% this year, it’s no wonder that people choose to forgo care. However, there are alternatives. If you are a r...
Posted on 2018-02-08
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