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Dubuque Physical Therapy
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1705 Delhi St, Dubuque, IA 52001, USA
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Dubuque Physical Therapy
5
2300 John F Kennedy Rd #1, Dubuque, IA 52002, USA
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Mercy Physical Therapy
250 Mercy Dr, Dubuque, IA 52001, USA
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Dubuque Physical Therapy: Harvey Mel
4005 Westmark Dr # 320, Dubuque, IA 52002, USA
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UnityPoint Health Finley Occupational Health Physical Therapy
1665 Embassy W Dr, Dubuque, IA 52002, USA

There's a Cost-Effective Solution to Every Problem


There are certain alternative treatment options that are cost effective and designed by a certified therapist. When you sign up for traditional therapy program. You pay $20-150 per visit. With 9zest Therapy, it is just $10-20 per month. You can make the most of expert- guided sessions, right from the comfort of your home. This means zero travel time spent in driving to physical therapy center.

9zest Advantages



9zest Parkinson's Therapy is emerging as a great alternative to expensive physical therapies interventions. The app combines expert recommended workouts and cutting edge technology to engage with you through easy to follow videos. The app contains a library of over 12,000 videos, recommended by licensed therapists across the world.

9zest Parkinson's Therapy App is an FDA registered class II medical device.

Traditional Therapy for Parkinson's vs 9zest At-Home Therapy


Traditional Therapy

$ 170-1260 /month

  • 1-2 Sessions per week
  • Requires self scheduling
  • Written instructions
  • High Caregiver Responsibility

    9zest Therapy

    $ 10-20 /month

    • Unlimited Sessions
    • Daily Sessions reminder
    • At Home Video Instructions
    • Minimal Caregiver Responsibility

      Impact of At-Home-Therapy


      9zest Features


      • Multi-Platform Support
      • Multidisciplinary Approach
      • Comprehensive video Library
      • Progress Tracking
      • Workout Scheduling and Reminders
      • Coach Connect

      Blog on Parkinson's Management


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      Tremors, rigidity, slowness of movement, and unsteadiness in Parkinson’s can affect an individual’s daily life. As the neurological disorder progresses, daily routine tasks like eating, dressing, and writing turn into daunting tasks. Thankfully, some aids ...

      Guide on Parkinson's Management


      Latest News about Physical Therapists


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      Physical therapy services has helped a lot in promoting health and wellness, these are specially designed exercises to help patient gain physical abilities. The physical therapy is given to patients with musculoskeletal birth defects, effect of any injury ...
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      Who are Physical Therapists?+


      Physical therapy is a dynamic profession that provides treatment for a wide array of health problems and symptoms centered on mobility and physical function. It has an established theoretical and scientific base, and can be prescribed to you by your doctor to address physical problems due to injury, disease, disorder, or aging. While you might see a chiropractor for back and neck pain, a physical therapist can provide consultation and treatment for physical problems throughout your body.

      Parkinson's management through Physical Therapy can be achieved by prescribing specific exercises to address issues related to posture, gait, balance, strength and flexibility. The aim is to enable people with Parkinson's to improve existing level of mobility, activity, and independence by maximizing physical ability over the whole course of the disease. It's important to participate in a regular exercise program and work with a physical therapist to develop good long-term exercise habits.

      A physical therapist, also known as a physiotherapist, will first undertake a comprehensive examination of a patient's needs and provide an assessment of their physical health. After formulating a diagnosis and plan, they consult with the patient and implement a physical therapy treatment protocol. This protocol could include any manner of stretching and exercise, massage, cryo or heat therapy, or referrals to different types of doctors. Over time, they will evaluate the outcome of the protocol and make any adjustments needed.

      Typically, center visits eventually end and the therapist makes recommendations for self-management. These recommendations often rely on written instruction and the patient's memory of how to exercise and stretch. The patient could see a massage therapist as part of self-management.

      How to Select Physical Therapists?+


      Selecting a Physical Therapists can seem like a daunting task. It is important to select the right one for you: the one who will not only provide treatment but help you feel comfortable. Along with reviews that can be found online, you can ask your friends and family for recommendations. If you are researching Physical Therapists in your area, the list below is a great place to start.