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Nov 11 2013
End of the First Day

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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By the middle of the day, the pace, the mental and emotional stress of the communications, and the physical stress of the logistics, were beginning to take its toll. However, at the end of the day, there was, esperanza!

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Oct 15 2013
Final Team Meeting - 23 Days Until Take-Off

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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We met at SOS offices in East Syracuse. Sunday evening October 14th. The meeting was originally scheduled for October 9th, but had to be postponed. Why?

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Oct 2 2013
Tips Up

By: Michael Vella  Blog: Care That Moves You

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As I sit here looking out the setting sun in the west, the colorful change of the leaves in the trees, I'm thinking this is the most beautiful time of the year.

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Sep 11 2013
Knee and Shoulder Injuries

By: Ryan Smart  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Most injuries are minor sprains/strains/contusions of the knee that can be simply treated with rest, ice, compression, elevation, (RICE) and anti-inflammatories (ibuprofen, motrin, aleve, etc). However, some injuries are more severe resulting in structural damage to the knee – including ligament, tendon, and meniscal injuries.

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Aug 13 2013
Injections to Treat Osteoarthritis

By: Seth Greenky  Blog: Care That Moves You

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The treatment of osteoarthritis is progressive in nature and begins with nonsurgical interventions such as changing activity levels, physical therapy, occupational therapy, heat/ice, pain medications such as ibuprofen or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and injections. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It develops when cartilage, the smooth protective covering of the bones in the joints, breaks down resulting in damage to the surface of the bones causing pain, inflammation, stiffness, and reduced activity

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