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What You Need to Know About COVID Brain Fog

Posted by Bobby Stephenson | Apr 8, 2021 10:00:00 AM

If you have contracted COVID-19 and are still suffering from symptoms for more than four weeks after the initial diagnosis, you're not alone. Many patients experience long-term COVID symptoms, and medical professionals are taking notice.

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5 Ways Physical Therapy Addresses COVID-19 Lung Damage

Posted by Bobby Stephenson | Mar 30, 2021 9:00:00 AM

As a respiratory illness, COVID-19 tends to hit the lungs the hardest of all the organs in the body. In fact, lung damage is one of the most common lingering symptoms reported by those who experience long-term effects from COVID-19.

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3 Important Things Everyone Needs to Know About Coronavirus Recovery

Posted by Bobby Stephenson | Mar 24, 2021 9:00:00 AM

The coronavirus is still relatively new, with the first case in North America reported in the United States in January of 2020. Yet, almost 29 million cases have been reported in March of 2021. Of those nearly 30 million cases, most recover as expected. But there proves to be a notable instance of COVID-19 long haulers whose recovery takes longer than expected.

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The Role of Therapy in Treating COVID Long-Term Effects

Posted by Bobby Stephenson | Mar 18, 2021 8:00:00 AM

In a recent survey, up to 35% of adults who tested positive for COVID 19 report still feeling the effects of the infection two to three weeks after diagnosis. After the initial illness, the virus can cause lasting effects, particularly to the lungs, heart, and brain.

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What to Expect from a COVID Recovery Program

Posted by Bobby Stephenson | Mar 10, 2021 3:00:00 PM


Over the past year, researchers have been avidly working to uncover any information they can about COVID-19: specifically, how to prevent, detect, and treat it. Every new discovery related to COVID-19 gives long-term care providers more effective tools to care for their patients every day.

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Topics: COVID Recovery