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  1. Journal Of The American Osteopathic Association Study Finds...Read the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | BioSpace

    PRP is considered a controversial therapy, in part because only a few small clinical trials have been conducted. The study , conducted by researchers form the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Miller School Of Medicine, analyzed those trials and found PRP, a form of regenerative medicine, reduced pain and improved function better than steroid treatment over longer periods of time.


  2. Activities help babies develop motor skills - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | The Spokesman-Review

    Their perky baby could grasp a table and stand, but she couldn't sit. Whenever she tried to crawl, her belly would brush the floor.


  3. Medical marijuana patients must use 'trial and error' on potencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | CBC News

    Since April, it can be prescribed by any licensed physician with just a simple form, but few doctors are prescribing it in the province. The medicine has shown promise for helping people suffering from conditions including multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's, but because marijuana has been illegal for so long, there are few formal studies that doctors can rely on.


  4. 3 Majors That Can Take Your Into The Healthcare IndustryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 |

    Most of us dismiss the idea of working in healthcare at about the same time that we find out that it takes a decade or so to become a doctor. What we don't really realize as teenagers is that the vast majority of healthcare workers aren't doctors.


  5. Family Stories May Help Coma Patients RecoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 |

    THURSDAY Jan. 22, 2015, 2015 -- Hearing their loved ones tell familiar stories can help brain injury patients in a coma regain consciousness faster and have a better recovery, a new study suggests. The study included 15 male and female brain injury patients, average age 35, who were in a vegetative or minimally conscious state.


  6. More Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2015 | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    This time, a revolutionary arm brace that sends electrical pulses is helping stroke patients at Lee Memorial Health System regain feeling. "I went to lay on the couch and when I decided to get up and go to the restroom, my legs and arms didn't work," Irvin said.


  7. The rise of crazy golf's mini-prodigyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | Financial Times

    It is always worth taking note of teenage golfing prodigies because they often have names like Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy , which turn out to be worth remembering. So let me give you Olivia ProkopovA , 19 years old and from the Czech Republic.


  8. Cure Duchenne Launches "Cure Duchenne Cares", a Physical Therapy, Education and Outreach Program for the Duchenne CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Freshnews

    CureDuchenne , a nonprofit that raises awareness and funds research to find a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, today launched CureDuchenne Cares , a physical therapy, education and outreach program for the Duchenne community. CureDuchenne has partnered with the Duchenne Therapy Network to develop the program to help educate parents and caregivers on the best standard of care for Duchenne patients.


  9. Aging with Care | Body parts are replaceable, not the caregivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    When compared to prior generations, baby boomers are an active bunch. Movement is good for the mind, as well as the body.


  10. Vertigo: A dizzying problem with a potentially simple solutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Dallas Morning News

    Physical therapist Cindy Nolan demonstrates the Epley maneuver, a treatment for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, with Teresa Johnson at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. Johnson suffered from the condition last summer.


  11. Image: 'It will end badly'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | NFL

    Tom Brady is at once one of the most well-known men in America, yet impossible to know. A biography about Brady written by one of the country's best sportswriters, Charles Pierce, barely cracked Brady's veneer and struggled to make him interesting .


  12. Five years later, still feeling aftershocks from the earthquakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | The Florida Times-Union

    The Times-Union Joseph Edelyn keeps his arms strong by doing pull-ups on a bar installed over his cot by CRUDEM volunteer David Balanky of Jacksonville on Feb. 15, 2010, as his sister looks on. Edelyn had both legs amputated after a falling wall crushed them during the earthquake in Haiti in January 2010.


  13. Finding Fitness: The importance of good posture while trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | Northwest Florida Daily News

    In the past, it may have come from your mom or grandma, but they're not the only ones emphasizing this bad habit.


  14. Aquacare Physical Therapy offers free patient transportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | Cape Gazette

    "We are excited to finally offer transportation to those patients that may not have access to physical therapy due to not having the ability to travel to physical therapy, " says Cara Konlian MSPT, chief executive officer for Aquacare Physical Therapy. These services will be offered at the Lewes, Millsboro, Seaford and Georgetown locations.


  15. Are These the Best Jobs in the United States?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 |

    Ever think about becoming a dentist or a physical therapist? You might want to consider a career change after reading the list of best jobs in the United States. Whether you are looking for a new career, want to see where your job stacks up, or are just plain curious, U.S. News & World Report determined the 100 best jobs to have in the U.S. for 2015.


  16. Croatan's Colborn makes it back on mat -- with two pinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | Jacksonville Daily News

    As he sat in the stands at Dixon following his return from a knee injury four months ago that ended his final high school football season and threatened to do the same in wrestling, Croatan senior Andrew Colborn found it hard to describe his emotions.


  17. Eric Cardin, executive director, South County Physical TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    South County Physical Therapy was founded in 1985 by Cathy Hoover-Smith, with a staff of two, including her. Today, the practice has six locations - Auburn, Worcester, two in Westboro, Millbury and Charlton - and 82 employees, including 32 physical therapists.


  18. Purdue Football: 2015 NFL Draft UpdateRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2015 | Hammer & Rails

    Several seniors from this past season have been, or will be participating in, various college all-star games this month. Here are the relevant updates thus far, with more to come as I continue to scour the interwebs for any ounce of positive news I can find coming from last year's football team: Russell participated in the East-West Shrine game on Saturday afternoon.


  19. Seminar in Jamestown to focus on wellnessRead the original story

    Jan 17, 2015 | Observer

    A free seminar is scheduled as part of a "Helping you help yourself" series called "New Year, New You 2015!" The event will be held Thursday, Jan. 22 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. It is hosted by Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy in the Riverwalk Center, 15 South Main Street, Suite 220, Jamestown. Want to feel better but don't know where to start? This evidence-based wellness program designed by a physical therapist is getting great results! Pain may keep a person from participating in a wellness program.


  20. Handling startup with careRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    PITTSBURGH When Courtney Williamson dove headfirst into the medical device industry in 2013, she had experience in neither the medical field nor engineering. But when the time came to pitch her idea for an assistive brace for Parkinson's disease patients to a class of Carnegie Mellon University engineering students, what Williamson had in life experience was more than enough to attract a team willing to turn her vision into a business.