Eastside Rehab. Improving Health, Energy, & Fitness

Do you find that your balance is not what it used to be? Do you find that walking distances becomes tiresome? Are you using an assistive device such as a cane or a walker to get around? Your body’s ability to balance through the vestibular system allows you to walk without problems. What sets us apart from other facilities is our ability to offer both land based and aquatic based training. By utilizing aquatic therapy for balance disorders, you can experience more flexibility and mobility in a safe and secure environment. Balance and vestibular problems including dizziness, unsteadiness, and vertigo severely limit the activity levels of many people. Our highly trained and certified therapists can: • Improve your balance, regardless of age, to help decrease the risk of falling and improve your overall mobility • Treat all four components of balance • Teach proper exercise techniques for use at home to help maintain optimal health Call Eastside Sports Rehab today at 25.576.8180. We can help you get back to doing what you love in 2020.

your strength, flexibility, balance, endurance, and stability. Whether you have been injured, experienced an illness, or are simply noticing you are losing your physical abilities, therapeutic exercise can prevent impairment and disability, while improving your overall fitness. It may seem counterintuitive to exercise when you are in pain. After all, the last thing you want to do when you are uncomfortable is make yourself more uncomfortable. Yet when you treat pain with medication and rest, you are only allowing the supporting muscles to weaken, causing greater pain and less functionality of the area. Your physical therapist is highly qualified to create an effective treatment plan, incorporating therapeutic exercise, that can strengthen weak areas, restore function to healing or surgically repaired joints, and reduce your overall pain levels. Not only can you experience a pain free life, you can do so with greater strength and endurance than before. BALANCE & VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION Physical activities that most of us take for granted are a constant struggle for people with balance disorders. We provide a focused balance-training program for patients recovering from strokes, Parkinson’s disease, and other debilitating conditions.


INGREDIENTS • 4 cloves garlic peeled • 2 inch cube ginger about 30 grams, roughly chopped • 1 small sweet onion peeled, quartered • 1 tbsp olive oil

Spice Blend • 1/2 tsp ground pepper • 1 tsp ground cumin • 1 tsp ground coriander • 1 1/2 tsp ground tumeric • 1 tsp salt • 2 tsp curry powder (optional)

• 2 tbsp butter • 21/2 lbs boneless, skinless chicken thighs cut into four • 2 cans coconut milk not shaken • 2 tbsp cornstarch • 1 can baby corn cobs • 1 cup peas or frozen vegetables

DIRECTIONS Combine spices together and set aside. In a food processor, pulse garlic, ginger and onion until it forms a paste. In a skillet, heat olive oil and melt butter. Add pureed aromatics and stir well. Cook for a few minutes, then add spice blend. Cook for 2-3 minutes, stirring constantly. Move aromatics to one side of the skillet and add chicken pieces. Cook chicken slightly on all sides and thoroughly coat it with the spices. Transfer the skillet ingredients into a slow cooker. Remove the cream from the top of the coconut milk using a soup spoon and set aside. Pour the remaining coconut milk over the chicken until it barely covers it. Drain the corn cobs and chop in half. Add to the slow-cooker. Cook on low for 4 hours. Whisk cornstarch with coconut cream (previously set aside) until smooth and add to the chicken, stirring well. Add frozen peas or other vegetablesofyourchoice.Cook foranother1/2houroruntil thechicken iscookedand thevegetablesarehot. RecipeCourtesyofMelissa@www.blessthismessplease.com

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