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  1. Texas may cut out some MD referrals; doctors not happyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    Therapists would be able to render services for 45 days or 20 visits without a physician's diagnosis under a bill filed at the Texas statehouse. House Bill 1263, which passed out of the public health committee on Wednesday, would eliminate the requirement of patients having to get a doctor's referral before seeking out the services of a physical therapist.

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  2. ACE Kids ActRead the original story

    Thursday | Cortez Journal News

    The ACE Kids Act, backed by Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, appears to be one such example.

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  3. DJO Global Announces Date for Release of First Quarter 2015 ResultsRead the original story

    Thursday | Business Wire

    Dial In: 394-8509 643-6833) and use reservation code 22322226. Please dial in 5 to 10 minutes prior to scheduled start time.

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  4. Physical therapy for infertilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KCRG

    While many of them turn to surgery or in vitro fertilization, there is another option that doesn't require surgery or medication. Joshua and Julie Ledbetter always knew they wanted children, but two years ago Julie learned both of her fallopian tubes were blocked.

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  5. Freedom Orthopedic and Rehab Brings First-Of-Its-Kind Single-Fee Treatment to Metro AtlantaRead the original story

    Wednesday | 24-7 Press Release

    Single-payment, direct-access orthopedic and rehabilitation services are available for the first time in north Metro Atlanta at Freedom Orthopedic and Rehab, a first-of-its kind medical services facility newly opened in Atlanta. This unique one-fee concept was developed by board-certified surgeon Dr. Thomas N. Joseph, MD, as a superior way for him to focus solely and more closely on patients seeking quality orthopedic and rehab services in Metro Atlanta.

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  6. Biogen Shines A Light On Hemophilia Community By Illuminating U.S....Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | BioSpace

    These activities help raise awareness and honor the strength within the bleeding disorders community. . The goal of the day is to increase awareness of hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders, and ultimately help enable appropriate diagnosis and access to care.

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  7. Early PT Cost-Effective for Low-Back PainRead the original story

    Thursday | Advance

    The American Physical Therapy Association , Alexandria, Va., issued a press release on April 9 detailing the results of a recent study published in the scientific journal BMC Health Services Research . The study demonstrated that early and guideline-adherent physical therapy following an initial episode of acute, non-specific low-back pain resulted in substantially lower costs and reduced use of healthcare resources over a two-year period.

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  8. Injury-proof yourself for effective exerciseRead the original story

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    Everybody knows that exercise is good for you. That knowledge keeps you going to the gym, briskly walking the neighborhood or cycling in the park when you could be on the sofa with a bowl of popcorn and a favorite movie.

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  9. Healthy Life: Robot Rehab: Learning to Walk AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KCRG

    Wearable technology like smart watches and google glasses have become quite popular these days. But for some, it's more than just a trend, it's a treatment.

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  10. Texas may cut out some MD referrals; doctors not happyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    Therapists would be able to render services for 45 days or 20 visits without a physician's diagnosis under a bill filed at the Texas statehouse. House Bill 1263, which passed out of the public health committee on Wednesday, would eliminate the requirement of patients having to get a doctor's referral before seeking out the services of a physical therapist.

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  11. Special-need kids, Kendall students join forces in DisArt Fashion ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MLive.com

    Josie Black, a cancer survivor and an adorable kid, will soon add one more accomplishment to her resume: Runway model. Four-year-old Josie will be one of six children modeling custom-designed clothing Friday evening at the DisArt Fashion show at Kendall College of Art and Design at Ferris State University.

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  12. Divorce Increases Risk of Heart Attack in WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    A new Duke Medicine study has discovered that divorce seems to increase medical risks more in women than in men. Researchers discovered divorced women suffer heart attacks at higher rates than women who are continuously married.

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  13. ActiveRx to expand corporate headquarters in WestboroughRead the original story

    Thursday | Community Advocate Newspaper

    It is a well-established fact that exercise is good for you; it helps in all parts of your life, physically and mentally. But for an older person, who perhaps has not done so in years, or faces daunting health challenges, the thought of exercising may be one that is just too overwhelming to contemplate.

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  14. Two sign letters at Union City ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Jersey Journal

    A pair of Union City High School seniors made school history yesterday in the first-ever track and field/cross country signing day ceremony held at the school. Isaac Alberto, of the track and field team, and Samuel Paredes, a cross country runner, both signed their letters of intent in the school's media center.

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  15. Student's invisible illness garners online attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Lantern

    Harley Skorpenske, an OSU student diagnosed with lupus, found a note affixed to her windshield after parking in a handicapped space last Thursday. Credit: Courtesy of Harley Skorpenske Ohio State student Harley Skorpenske walked out to the CVS parking lot on Thursday morning to see a stranger placing a note on her car.

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  16. Athens Tech student of year Matt Payne returned to school for 'functional skills'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Athens Banner-Herald

    Athens Technical College's Student of the Year already had a college diploma when he enrolled in Athens Tech, but decided to enroll in a technical college to get a job with good earning potential. Matt Payne, a student in Athens Tech's physical therapist assistant program, is the college's nominee for the state technical college system's Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership competition.

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  17. Boys track and field: Union City's Isaac Alberto signs with Avila UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Jersey Journal

    While the former is his true passion - and the sport that earned him a full college scholarship with Avila University - his experience on the gridiron is what made him the track star that he is today, according to his head coach. Alberto signed his letter of intent with the Kansas City school, which competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, in the first-ever track and field/cross country signing day ceremony at Union City High School today.

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  18. Campbell signs with Bethany CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Reno Gazette-Journal

    Campbell signs with Bethany College Campbell becomes first Silver Stage player to sign letter of intent in women's basketball. Check out this story on rgj.com: http://on.rgj.com/1ywNEnC ChyAnn Campbell, here in action this season for Silver Stage High, has signed to play basketball and attend Bethany College in Kansas.

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  19. Prevent lower back pain with a balanced core training programRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2009 | Examiner.com

    All that effort can potentially do more harm than good in the long run. Even those who perform crunches and sit-ups on a regular basis experience lower back pain.

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  20. Volunteer Davis: A perfect way to use 'free time'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Davis Enterprise

    Brian Ford had some downtime after four busy years on the UC Davis soccer team. So he did what any college kid would do: create a website dedicated to volunteerism.

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