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An information session on Victoria College's physical therapist assistant program will be from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday in Room 130 of the Health Sciences Center on VC's main campus. This session will provide information concerning the program and its requirements.
Mechanics instructor James Vegher, left, helps students how to move correctly during a mechanics class at Precision Wellness Center at Cabrillo College in Aptos on Friday. APTOS >> At Precision Wellness Center, a physical therapy and fitness facility on the Cabrillo College campus, adults are re-learning how to move without pain and injury.
Most people think total knee replacement is for elderly people who haven't been very active. Even older men and women who have led active lifestyles believe it's something they won't have to think about until well into their golden years.
A news release from the American Physical Therapy Association notes that the report, titled "From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers," analyzes possible labor market trends in North America, Asia, and Europe, finding that the recent global recession has only "postponed" the coming changes through lingering high unemployment rates. The APTA news release notes that once these rates begin to drop, the demographic shift in the workforce will begin to take hold and create relatively rapid labor shortages in a majority of the 464 occupations studied in the report.
Shop at Whole Foods on this day and 5% of your total purchase will support programs and services provided by Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Stop by our information table to find out about programs available to community members, sign up for our mailing list, or find out information about upcoming events or other ways to be involved with Spaulding.
Physical therapist Elisheva Chamblin talks about her work with breast cancer patients and her own experience with the illness Oct 26 2012 Breast cancer survivor, therapist, activist Physical therapist Elisheva Chamblin talks about her work with breast cancer patients and her own experience with the illness Oct 26 2012 Check out this story on ... (more)
The Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Pavilion at Danbury Hospital opened in July. It is off Hospital Avenue as well.
Physical therapist Jen Nash and Kerry Simon laugh while Simon works on a treadmill during a therapy session at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. In just five years, our Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health has hosted more than 55,000 patient visits, and 30 clinical trials to end neurological brain diseases are underway at the facility in downtown's Symphony Park.
Dear Colin: My sister has had multiple sclerosis for 12 years. She's starting to have difficulty walking and doing daily things like climbing stairs and gardening.
Spinal Muscular Atrophy is a condition in which patients suffer from reduced muscle tone and significant muscle weakness.
During a Southwest Airlines flight in April, Caroline Jordan's husband, Jack, had a massive heart attack.
Parkinson's robs people of the ability to control their movements, but some patients in Beaver County are seeing big results from a physical therapy program designed to counteract the symptoms of the degenerative disease.
Two physical therapy practices with nine locations in Delaware have combined with more than 50 clinics operating in five states to become Pivot Physical Therapy.
FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers announced it plans to build upon its rapid success in expanding its number of locations across the U.S., helping physical therapists nationwide address complex business issues in their evolving industry through the company's unique business model.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 05:25 pm
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