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Yoga at Legacy Rehabilitation Group

Legacy Rehab Now Offering Yoga Classes

Legacy Rehabilitation Group is now offering yoga classes every Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. at our main clinic in Golden Valley, MN!  We are partnering with Samadhi Yoga MPLS to bring a variety of styles so you can explore the depths of your body, mind, and understanding of yoga. Classes are open to all levels and the first one is FREE!  SIGN UP FOR CLASSES So why are we doing this? …

Physical therapy at LRG

Occupational Therapy Versus Physical Therapy

The fields of occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT) are often confused. While both roles provide essential hands-on rehabilitative work to help clients perform everyday tasks as independently as possible, each field takes a diverse approach in helping people get back to their usual way of life. OT vs PT: One Basic Difference The main difference between occupational therapy and physical therapy is that OT focuses on improving a …

Physical therapy for seniors at Legacy Rehabilitation Group

Physical Therapy for Seniors

For seniors recovering from injury or illness and for those experiencing chronic pain, physical therapy can help relieve pain and restore physical functions such as flexibility, strength, balance and coordination. Elderly physical therapy combines a combination of approaches including stretching, walking, massage, hydrotherapy, and electrical stimulation among others. The goal of physical therapy for seniors is to make daily tasks and activities easier. And to make seniors as independent as …

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