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The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Physical Therapy Program is pleased to host, in conjunction with Woods Duncan Consulting, "Preparing the Next Generation of Physical Therapists for Innovative Practice," July 25-26.
I went on a tour of a physical therapy facility recently. When documentation was discussed, the facility supervisor happily explained their new electronic documentation system and the ability to log in remotely and complete notes from home or any other location.
"From the patient perspective there will be no changes. The signage will change, but the employees, the physical therapists, that are employed with Bones, will become employees of the hospital."
Reporters obtained the following quote from the background information supplied by the inventors: "Theme or amusement parks have become increasingly popular.
In the New Testament, Jesus describes true Christianity as caring for " the least of these" and in preceding verses, elaborates on exactly who He's defining and containing within that phrase; the hungry and thirsty, those alone and those imprisoned, and those who are naked and in poor health.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. You can see the determination on Gavin Chitwood's face. The 8-year-old is focused on beating his personal best.
Richard Nalezynski came back to Buffalo to be a caregiver to his mother - but he didn't turn off his entrepreneurial instincts.
Twin Falls, ID Predicting the weather isn't easy, but for Twin Falls residence Rick Carrico, sensing impending weather changes comes from within.
An on-demand, webcast focuses on the use of mechanically-powered negative-pressure wound therapy .
Terra State Community College's Physical Therapist Assistant program has been granted accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
There's no doubt about it: Injuries are frustrating, painful-and all too common.
From the Department of Laboratory Medicine, Children's and Women's Health , Department of Neuroscience , and Departments of Circulation and Medical Imaging , Norwegian University of Science and Technology , Trondheim, Norway; Departments of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, St Olavs Hospital HF, Trondheim, Norway ; and Department of Medicine, ... (more)
Physical therapist Lindsey Heiting instructs Kieren Skelly, 14, on Tuesday. The St. Thomas More Physician Group and rehab services offered free sports physicals and a sports readiness assessment to local student athletes on Tuesday.
Drs. Schielke relocated to the Calais area via Connecticut, but the area is not new to Dr. Jodi Schielke.
A 14-year-old Harford County girl is slowly learning to walk again after contracting a devastating disease, and her progress is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to aquatic therapy at the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
The world of physical therapy has changed dramatically over the last few years with the advent of technological breakthroughs and new laws that make rehabilitation more accessible.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 05:55 am
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