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October 1, 2015Health News You Can Use, TexPTS in the Community, TexPTS In The News

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists’ Stacy Sutton Spoke at Breast Cancer & Sexuality Presentation

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists (TexPTS) is proud to announce that Stacy Sutton, PT, DPT, WCS, CLT, spoke at the Educate and Empower: Breast Cancer & Sexuality presentation, sponsored by Texas Oncology and Texas Breast Specialists, on September 22, 2015 at McFadden Auditorium in Austin, TX. The presentation highlighted how breast cancer diagnosis and treatment can impact […]

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September 30, 2015Health News You Can Use


My condition first presented as a harm- less, if painful, urinary tract infection. I was on a work getaway in the New England woods, far from my regular doctor, when the symptoms began. “I just need some antibiotics,” I told the regional clinic’s nurse-practitioner. I’d had many UTIs in the past, I assured her. I […]

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September 24, 2015TexPTS In The News

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists Now Offering Weight Loss and Metabolic Conditioning Service

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists (TexPTS) is pleased to announce the addition of a new service – weight loss and metabolic conditioning – now available at all clinics. In addition to helping patients recover from sensitive bariatric surgery scars and preventing limited mobility, incontinence, or pelvic pain from scar tissue in the abdominal cavity, the service is designed to […]

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September 23, 2015Health News You Can Use

Here’s How Much You Should Stand Each Day

More evidence suggests getting off your seat and moving around is good for your health We know that the amount of time we spend sitting each day wreaks havoc on our health, and in a new paper, researchers show that spending just two hours standing or moving around instead of sitting may have a real positive […]

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September 16, 2015Health News You Can Use

They Call it Prehab: Starting Cancer Patients on Rehab Before Treatment

Cancer patients who start rehabilitation before they begin treatment may recover more quickly from surgery, chemotherapy or radiation, some specialists say. But insurance coverage for “prehabilitation,” as it’s called, can be spotty, especially if the aim is to prevent problems rather than treat existing ones. It seems intuitive that people’s health during and after invasive […]

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