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6 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
Life Care Center of Hixson invites community seniors to a free session on how to live longer with better health on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 6 p.m. Lori Dove, a physical therapist and assistant volleyball coach at Hixson Middle School, will discuss how seniors can improve the quality and length of their lives through good health.
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10 hrs ago | Southwest Booster
A recent survey of the specialized health care professionals represented by the Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan shows that 60.4 per cent believe their profession is under-staffed in their health care workplace, Health Sciences President Karen Wasylenko said.
10 hrs ago | Rehab Management
A one-hour webinar from Aquatic Therapy University aims to provide participants with novel strategies to address arthritis and osteoporosis.
13 hrs ago | Newswise
CHICAGO, Dec. 4, 2013 - The National Association for Healthcare Quality , www.nahq.org announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Stephanie E. Mercado, CAE to be the organization's new executive director, succeeding Stacy Sochacki who has retired from NAHQ service.
17 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions
"One of the most important keys to successfully operate a clinic is to ensure choosing an appropriate physical therapy billing company for the clinic," said Chhoda.
It's important to move in more planes than one because muscles that create stability in the body are not necessarily part of the repetitive motion in running or biking.
Dr. Ken Adams does not let parenting get in the way of his exercise. In fact, he says his three girls, who are 10, 7 and 3, make it easier than ever for him to exercise because it's part of their playtime together.
Cistrunk is currently serving as an intern at McDonough Elementary school who plans on joining the Air Force after graduation in May. Future plans include becoming a physical therapist.
The American Physical Therapy Association recently announced Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' release of the final 2014 Medicare physician fee schedule rule.
The holiday season is a time of reflection for many people, including myself. More importantly, it is a time when I realize how thankful I am for all of the people in my life, including my family, my friends, and patients that I have had the pleasure of serving throughout my career, and patients I have met over the past year.
Doing physical therapy for an injury or after surgery will help you start the repairing process.
Dr. George Henry Koepke, a Toledo native and a pioneer in physical medicine and rehabilitation, particularly in aiding polio victims, died Tuesday in his home in Findlay.
Patrick Keenan has always considered himself fortunate. The admitted "over-zealous weekend warrior" has been sidelined by injuries many times but always managed to get back on track.
The Old Bridge Spine and Wellness Center, located in Matawan, NJ, is pleased to announce that they have added two new physicians to their staff.
In this Nov. 19, 2013 photo, Wesley Cross leans back from exertion during a physical therapy session at Community Medical Center with physical therapist Jared Hartley, in Missoula, Mont.