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  1. Foye joins ProEx as benefits specialistRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine announces that Karen Foye has joined the firm as Benefits and Authorization Specialist in the Portsmouth corporate office. In this role, she verifies insurance information, tracks referrals and authorizations.


  2. Foundation for Physical Therapy Receives Large Bequest From Ohio...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    The Foundation for Physical Therapy is pleased to announce a gift of $1.58 million from the estate of Magdalen and Emil Goergeny of Akron, Ohio. The bequest is one of the largest planned gifts ever received by the Foundation.


  3. 2015 Rhododendron Festival royalty candidates named; three hopefuls will earn scholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Peninsula Daily News

    The six candidates for the 2015 Rhododendron Festival's royal court have been announced, beginning the celebration of the event's 80th anniversary. The announcement Sunday kicked off a schedule for the candidates to appear at six public events before the March 14 coronation ceremony, at which time the six will be whittled down to a queen and two princesses.


  4. Campaigning for Cannabis in IdahoRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2013 | Boise Weekly

    The view from the Careys' home in the Boise Foothills is a sweeping vista of parks, cottonwood trees and mountains, but the Carey kids mostly look out the windows. Summers are spent indoors, waiting for the heat to pass.


  5. Three Chambers of Commerce invite public to Jan. 29 expoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Aurora Advocate

    Business women and homemakers alike from Aurora, Twinsburg and Solon will gather for an expo organized just for them, in a relaxed atmosphere that will feature vendor samples, networking, food and fun. At the second annual 3Chamber Women's Expo, the Chambers of Commerce for the three communities will showcase businesses Jan. 29 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.


  6. Rebecca Neal Joins Tidewater Physical Therapy, Expanding Lymphedema Therapy Services in NorfolkRead the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    After watching her daughter successfully battle neuroblastoma cancer, Neal brings a strong connection to her cancer patients and enjoys using PT to help make a positive impact in their rehabilitation. Physical Therapy Assistant and Certified Lymphedema Therapist Rebecca Neal, PTA, CLT has joined Tidewater Physical Therapy at the Kempsville clinic in Norfolk, Va.


  7. Allegheny County school districts' occupational, physical therapists in jeopardyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Occupational and physical therapists who are employed by the Allegheny Intermediate Unit but work at the majority of the school districts in the county will be switched from full-time, salaried employees to hourly employees without benefits after an audit found a $1.1 million deficit in the program. The change will take place Sunday and the AIU is waiting to hear how many of the therapists will return to work under their new terms of employment.


  8. JazzlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Homer Tribune

    HOMER TRIBUNE/Sean Pearson Jocelyn Shiro and several members of her dance troupe practice at Shiro's studio on Monday night. The performers are in the final countdown before the Feb. 6 and 7 Jazzline show at the Mariner Theatre.


  9. Drew Stanton says he'll be 'full strength' by AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ESPN

    Drew Stanton is three weeks into a rehab program that'll have him back on the field by mid-spring. The Arizona Cardinals ' backup quarterback is planning on returning from the right knee injury that sidelined him for the Arizona Cardinals' last three games of last season by April.


  10. Meet the duo - and the device - that will convince you to start doing kegelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Salon

    The creators of a device that promotes pelvic floor health explain the benefits -- and why it's not penis-shaped Last Thursday, a friend of mine asked if I wanted to go grab drinks after work. "I can't," I texted in response.


  11. Assessment identifies Soldiers at risk for injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Bayonet

    With thousands of Soldiers entering the Army each year, the 30th Adjutant General Reception Battalion plays a key role during inprocessing. Since October, part of that process has included an initial entry training physical resilience enhancement program, which is an effort to reduce training injuries for new Soldiers.


  12. New Sports Medicine Company Birthed at PittRead the original story

    Tuesday | PressReleasePoint

    Former Pittsburgh Steeler, philanthropist, keynote speaker, and businessman Charlie Batch , along with several partners, has formed a new partnership with the University of Pittsburgh and its Innovation Institute to launch a wellness, fitness, human-performance, and rehabilitation-focused company. The Pittsburgh-based startup, called Impellia, will develop and commercialize Pitt-created technologies and other technologies from around the country.


  13. HydroWorx to Name First Annual Healthcare Excellence in Aquatics...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Digital Post Production

    Each year, the American Physical Therapy Association hosts the Combined Sections Meeting event where approximately 10,000 physical therapists and other rehabilitation professionals can share their expertise, learn about new technologies and explore the latest physical and occupational therapy trends. This year, APTAs celebration will be held in Indianapolis, IN, at the Indianapolis Convention Center from February 5-7, 2015.


  14. Truth in advertising: When is a doctor really a doctor?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Kevin, M.D.

    In an emergency, the first question people often ask is: "Is there a doctor in the house?" When you have a medical problem, the best advice is, "Ask your doctor." Most people automatically assume that "doctor" in this context refers to a physician with a medical degree.


  15. Staten Island youth swimming: Swim Kidz makes a splash for special needs childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    That's where you'll find 14 youths participating in Staten Island's first swimming team for special needs children. Swim Kidz, although only in its opening year, has been on the mind of founder Scott Bartleson for quite some time.


  16. Reminder: Shoveling heavy snow can kill or injure youRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    What's the proper technique for shoveling snow? A physical therapist offers specific tips for protecting your back while you dig out this winter. You're warned every year, but it bears repeating as the northeast starts to dig out from as much as 30 inches of snow : Shoveling lots of wet, heavy snow presents a real risk of heart attack if you're not in shape to do it.


  17. Upstate University Hospital at Community Campus - Strategic SWOT...Read the original story

    Tuesday |

    It provides medical and surgical acute care services to the people of New York. The hospital comprises of about 306 beds.


  18. 25 best jobs in America in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Glassdoor released its inaugural "25 Best Jobs in America for 2015" report on Tuesday. Each job received an overall score between 1. 0 and 5.0, with 5.0 being the best, based on salary, career opportunities and job openings.


  19. These Are the Top 10 In-Demand Jobs of 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    Making small changes to your job can help you fall in love with it all over again and reignite your passion. You need to get the ideas moving and build a foundation for your life or soon you will have no roof.


  20. What are the best jobs in America?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBS News

    Americans mulling which fields offer the best chances for a solid salary, career growth and job openings may want to focus on the tech and health care fields. The top job in the country , according to employment site Glassdoor, is physician's assistant, with its site tracking more than 45,000 job openings over the past three months and an average base salary of $111,376.