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Frostbite

What is Frostbite? Frostbite occurs when the body is so cold that ice crystals form within the skin causing damage. The areas mainly affected by frostbite are hands, feet, ears, nose and cheeks. As with burns, frostbite severity is measured in degrees: First degree frostbite: Temporary tenderness and reddish skin. This will not result in…

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Preventing Scalds

Preventing Scalds Information about Scalds Scald Prevention Emergency Treatment Information about Scalds Did you know…  Hot liquid burns (scalds) are one of the most common causes of burns in children. Scalds account for three-fourths of all burns in children under 4 years of age. Scalds are a major source of injury to the elderly. Nearly…

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Burn Safety

Burn Safety Types of Burns First degree: Epidermis (top layer of skin) is damaged. Skin is red and may swell. The victim feels pressure and pain. Second degree: Epidermis and dermis (second layer of skin) are damaged. Blistering may occur. Third degree: Epidermis, dermis, and nerve endings are destroyed. Victims may or may not feel…

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Rehabilitation – Outpatient

Our providers offer expertise in physical and occupational therapy, speech, recreational and neuro-vision rehabilitation.

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Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists are dedicated to restoring physical function and mobility for patients of all ages. Book an appointment today.

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