May You Be Inscribed In the Book of Life

Written by: Eli & Yaffa Liebermann Regardless of your faith, the New Year represents a marker in time to reflect on the previous year and hope for the future. On the high holiday, the Jewish New Year, which began at sundown Friday, September 18, many of our faith were blowing/blasting the Shofar (ram’s horns) outdoors…

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8 Stretches That Ease Your Aches and Pains (Part 1)

Overcoming the many aches and pains that come with living a long and active life can’t be achieved simply by luck. As we age, we lose muscle mass and our muscles become tighter and less flexible, especially if they’re not exercised well. Add to that poor posture, injury, and diseases such as osteoarthritis, and muscles…

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Moves to Keep You Active (Gait Flexibility)

In continuation of our “Keeping You Active” series, here are 3 physical therapy (PT) exercises you can do at home to help your body remain active and mobile by improving posture, balance, flexibility, and strength. These anti-aging moves below are quick and simple and require no equipment. All exercises: To do a “set,” repeat each…

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Help America Vote

As you might be aware, with COVID-19, America is facing a critical shortage of poll workers. Poll workers are critical to the success of an election and ensure a free, fair, and accessible balloting process. Having an adequate number of poll workers to staff polling places on and before Election Day can guarantee that voters…

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4 Balance Exercises to Keep You Steady on Your Feet

When you are young, you can walk confidently just about anywhere without much thought – such as on an uneven sidewalk – or while chatting at the same time. As you get older, just glancing sideways a store window while strolling can make you wobble – and fall. Here is what’s going on… and some…

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Reflecting on Independence Day

Written by: Yaffa Liebermann PT,GCS,CEO and Eli Liebermann, President, PhD, MBA Independence Day commemorates the victory that we had over the British rule, and made us independent. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Prime Rehabilitation Services that helped patients regain their health back providing them the freedom to live their…

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Age Defying Moves to Keep You Active (Part 1 – Upper Extremities)

Physical therapy (PT) exercises you can do at home help your body retain youthful vigor. How? By improving posture, balance, flexibility and strength. The anti-aging moves below are quick and simple and require no equipment. For seated exercises, sit in a straight-backed chair, feet flat on floor and hip-width apart. All exercises: To do a…

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Prime Rehabilitation Service’s Success Stories

Written by: Dritar Odza, OTR/L and Mark Mangam, PTA Jeff is a 55 year old male who sustained a traumatic fall at home resulting in intracranial bleed. He was admitted to our facility on 4/2/2020 and was dependent for transfers, activities of daily living and unable to walk. He was experiencing symptoms of depression and…

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Covid-19 Mother’s Day – Children caring for their mothers

Written by: Yaffa Liebermann, PT, GCS, CEO Usually during Mother’s Day, we write about how important mothers are in the lives of their children and what a great job they did raising them to be responsible & kind. This Mother’s Day has a twist. The roles seem to be reversed in many relationships. The (now…

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April is OT Month

Every year in the month of April, Prime Rehabilitation Services and Mobile Therapy Services, take the time to celebrate Occupational Therapists and how they change lives. Although, every year is important – this year is a very unique year as we acknowledge our Occupational Therapists (essential workers) who provide much-needed therapy during a patient’s recovery…

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