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39 min ago | Rehab Management
An on-demand, webcast focuses on the use of mechanically-powered negative-pressure wound therapy .
4 hrs ago | News Herald
Terra State Community College's Physical Therapist Assistant program has been granted accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
7 hrs ago | Inside Triathlon
There's no doubt about it: Injuries are frustrating, painful-and all too common.
10 hrs ago | Circulation
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.
"It's normal physical therapy in a unique environment." That's how Christopher A. Rabago, PT, PhD, Center for the Intrepid, Broke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, described virtual reality-based physical therapy at a presentation at the APTA's Combined Sections Meeting titled "Virtual Reality-Based Rehabilitation for Injured Service Members," ... (more)
OPINION By Rebecca Shinault Kendall County Special Ed Co-Op Graduate I graduated from Oswego East in 2007, but before I had the pleasure of attending an Oswego school I was a student of District 131.
Wearing a pink dress, she explored the dance floor, listened to music and checked out the ballet barre at a recent open house for DanceAbilities Academy, a special needs dance studio opening in Gastonia.
How often have you sat down to do Kegel exercises, only to lose count of how many you've done? Whether the answer is "literally never" or "every single time," it might fall among those tedious tasks it's about time to outsource to our smartphones.
Business software giant SAS is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its on-site health care center at its sprawling headquarters campus in Cary this week.
Imagine having your own personal masseuse, on call 24/7. Sounds good, right? Did you know that this might not actually be as far fetched as it sounds? A little gadget called the TENS unit - can in fact be your masseuse - and best of all, you can take it with you, wherever you go.
The Medical College of Wisconsin's physical medicine and rehabilitation department will host an Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo on July 26, at Nathan Hale High School, in West Allis.
The Foundation for Physical Therapy has announced that it raised just under $50,000 at its 35th Anniversary Gala in Charlotte, NC.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 08:48 pm
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