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Yesterday | Ohio.com
Daniel Norman, a physical therapist with Akron Children's Hospital's Sports Medicine Program measures the range of motion on patient Raven Pence, 15, a two-sport athlete recovering from ACL surgery as she slowly pedals an exercise bike Friday.
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Yesterday | The Hartford Courant
David Rosenblum, MD, of Woodbridge , has been recognized as "Top Doc" in Connecticut by Connecticut Magazine for the seventh time.
A body in motion tends to stay in motion, unless it becomes too painful to do so.
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Wallowa, Union and Baker counties are on track to add more than 1,000 jobs to the workforce during the next seven years, according to statistics recently released by the Oregon Employment Department.
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Memorial Hospital and Memorial Hospital Hixson are inviting clinical professionals to attend a recruitment open house on Thursday, March 20, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Community Rooms at Memorial Hospital.
It is estimated that approximately three out of 10 adults are affected by some degree of shoulder pain at some point in their lives.
Transplant recipient Brandon Brewer, now 22, remains in critical condition as his body continues to fight organ rejection at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
R ehab Management gathered a panel of professionals whose rehab practices represent a range of specialties to share their insights about how professional liability insurance can help shield a practice from financial losses, and discuss the potential impact the Affordable Care Act may have in this arena.
Lieber, whose extensive research focuses on the science and physiology of skeletal muscle, will lead RIC in dramatically transforming the paradigm of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
San Francisco personal trainer Kate Clemens once did that, 6 miles into an 18-mile race along the Pacific Crest Trail.
Jake Wells, left, Linda Wells, Laina Eskin and Curt Nash make up the team of experts at FitLoft and Align Vail in Edwards.
The Darien YMCA is introducing a new aquatic exercise program for special needs children.