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  1. Spike Albrecht undergoes second offseason hip surgery, this time on left sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | MLive.com

    Michigan senior guard Spike Albrecht has undergone his second hip surgery of the 2015 offseason, a Michigan athletic department spokesman confirmed Wednesday night. This latest procedure comes a little over one month after Albrecht underwent a surgery to shave down a portion of his right hip joint, repair a torn labrum and address a fracture in the right hip.

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  2. American Traveler Receives GSA Approval for Government Healthcare StaffingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | PRWeb

    American Traveler Staffing announces its GSA approval to supply register nurses, OR Techs, occupational therapists and physical therapists to government-operated healthcare facilities nationwide. For client hospitals, we ensure that all regulatory and credentialing compliance is in order well before the start date for a seamless placement.

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  3. Springfield woman copes with rare form of cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Journal

    With a little help from her friends, a Springfield woman is coping with a rare form of cancer she is receiving treatment for at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Caitlin Keomanivanh's daughter Michelle Bouakham will graduate from Springfield High School Friday.

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  4. Phelps Hospital Physician Deliver Details On DizzinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Tarrytown Daily Voice

    Even though the sensation of dizziness is quite common, it can be associated with many different disorders, and determining the cause of dizzy symptoms can be complicated and often frustrating for the patient. The sensation of dizziness can arise from problems in the vestibular system , sensory abilities in the feet and spine, or vision, or when the brain is unable to correctly interpret the information it receives from the ear, sensory system or vision.

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  5. Chiropractic Care of Minnesota, Inc. Launches ChiroCare Centers of ExcellenceRead the original story

    Wednesday May 13 | Business Wire

    Dr. Vivi-Ann Fischer, CCMI's chief clinical officer, convened a National Task Force on Spine Care, comprised of medical doctors, doctors of chiropractic, physical therapists, and researchers from across the health industry. This elite group of thought leaders was tasked with producing a list of qualities that exemplify a chiropractic "center of excellence," as well as desired characteristics of a comprehensive, conservative care pathway for acute and sub-acute low back pain.

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  6. Healthcare MarketMaker Launches ChiroMarketsaRead the original story

    Wednesday May 13 | Business Wire

    The first online agnostic marketplace within the Healthcare MarketMaker suite of marketplaces, ChiroMarketsa allows chiropractors to evaluate the economic health of their practice and select high-quality curated partners that can help maximum the value of their practice. " ChiroMarketsa offers the more than 60,000 licensed chiropractors across the country a free online resource for finding vendors that will improve patient care while enhancing the bottom line," said Tony Corley, founder and president of Healthcare MarketMaker .

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  7. Hagerty athlete shines on, off the fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | The Orlando Sentinel

    For high school athletes, playing under the lights is what many look forward to each week. For Hagerty High School boys lacrosse senior Chris Carpenter, he doesn't simply look to shine under the lights, but to shine a light on others.

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  8. Research Highlights Importance of Menisci in Knee Function and Preventing OsteoarthritisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Rehab Management

    Study first author Trent M. Guess, PhD, found that even small changes in the menisci can hinder their ability to perform critical knee functions. A new study, called "Predicted Loading on the Menisci During Gait: The Effect of Horn Laxity," published recently in the Journal of Biomechanics , sheds light on the menisci and their importance in knee-joint health, according to a University of Missouri news release.

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  9. Tax Withholding Allowances: What You Need to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | NBC Dallas

    The tax refund you don't necessarily want to get is when you don't know how much you withheld from each paycheck. Go to to figure it out.

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  10. Top 25 Most Common Jobs Posted OnlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | RecruitingBlogs.com

    Registered Nurse holds the number 1 spot of the top 25 demanded job titles, meaning it's the most advertised job opening. This is according to data from WANTED Analytics , which maintains a database of over 1 billion job ads spanning 10 years and 11,000 occupational categories.

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  11. 3 Keys To Running With Better FormRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | Competitor Magazine

    Jay Dicharry watches Lauren Fleshman run on the force plate treadmill at the REP Lab in Bend, Ore. Photo: Tyler Roemer Jay Dicharry, MPT, SCS, is one of the world's leading biomechanists and the director of the REP Lab in Bend, Ore., the only comprehensive lab of its sort in the U.S. not in a university setting.

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  12. NeuroRecovery Training Institute Now Offering Certification in Neurological Clinical PracticeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | PRWeb

    The NeuroRecovery Training Institute is pleased to announce they will be offering a Certification in Neurological Clinical Practice beginning January 2016. The Neurologic Clinical Practice Certificate is a 7-month Postprofessional program committed to developing evidence-based physical therapist practitioners and clinician scientists around the world looking to advance clinical practice techniques and decision making for the management of patients with neurological disorders.

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  13. Butler's man behind-the-scenes calls it a careerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | The Indianapolis Star

    After 34 years, Butler's man behind-the-scenes calls it a career Longtime sports information director Jim McGrath did a little bit of everything for Bulldogs program Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1Id6guC A special moment for retiring Butler Sports Information Director Jim McGrath as he his his wife Judy during a special halftime recognition for him, March 3, 2015, Butler University has received more than 200 applications from folks hoping to succeed retiring sports information director Jim McGrath - a good thing, athletic director Barry Collier said. "I think we're going to have to hire all of them to do everything he did," Collier said, laughing.

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  14. Sneak Peek: Triathlete Magazine's June 2015 IssueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Inside Triathlon

    Want to get fit-and stay fit? The June 2015 issue of Triathlete magazine, the injury prevention and recovery issue, has advice to get you there. The issue has tips for making the most of your training time, how to stay tough mentally and how to battle the sport's most common overuse injuries.

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  15. Conway roundabout likely wona t be finished until 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Myrtle Beach Online

    Conway City Council approved a traffic roundabout for the intersection of Singleton Ridge Road, Technology Boulevard, and William Finlayson Roads in Conway at its council meeting Monday night. Conway City Council approved a traffic roundabout for the intersection of Singleton Ridge Road, Technology Boulevard, and William Finlayson Roads in Conway at its council meeting Monday night.

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  16. Crossfit: what medical professional and trainers have to sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | WCYB

    Crossfit is exactly what it sounds like. It aims to get you fit by cross training.

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  17. Troon and EXOS Partner to Create New Golf Fitness ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | PRWeb

    "We've found that improving a student's level of fitness as it relates to their golf swing not only enhances their golf game but also has a profound impact on their general health and well-being." Troon, the leader in upscale golf course management, development and marketing and EXOS, the leader in proactive health and performance solutions, are excited to announce an innovative partnership.

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  18. Hip bursitis and physical therapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | The Sampson Independent

    Hip bursitis is a painful condition, especially if an individual has had a pre-existing hip injury. Athletes involved in repetitive movements like running or bicycling are likely to experience bursitis.

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  19. A blog post by Ashley Zito Rowe was featuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | RecruitingBlogs.com

    Registered Nurse holds the number 1 spot of the top 25 demanded job titles, meaning it's the most advertised job opening. This is according to data from WANTED Analytics , which maintains a database of over 1 billion job ads spanning 10 years and 11,000 occupational categories.

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  20. Expert Coaches Emphasize Business Success at Clinicient Empower Seminar in Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Rehab Management

    More than 80 physical therapists from across the nation gathered in Los Angeles recently for the Empower Educational Seminar Series, sponsored by outpatient rehab business solutions provider, Clinicient. One of the primary aims of this business-focused conference was to provide experts to help "coach" practices to improve their positions in the landscape of healthcare providers.

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