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  1. CD East grad Payton Minnich sets Monmouth record with 3 interceptions in win over ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 |

    "I might have been a step slow [in this situation last year] because I was trying to read. Experience made it easier."


  2. Helen Hayes Hospital To Hold November 6 Community Health Forum - Rehab ManagmentRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Rehab Management

    In a recent news release, Helen Hayes Hospital headquartered in West Haverstraw, NY, reports that it will be hosting a Community Health Forum in recognition of National Physical Therapy Month, November 6. The event is free and open to the public and will be held from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm in the hospital's Noyes Conference Center. Held annually in the month of October, National Physical Therapy Month is intended to highlight the key role physical therapists and physical therapy assistants play in transforming patients' lives.


  3. Hospital Nurses Forced to Develop Creative Workarounds to Deal with...Read the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Hispanic Business

    Dissatisfaction with inpatient electronic health record systems among nurses has escalated to an all time high of 92%, according to the Q3 2014 Black Book EHR Loyalty survey results to be published later this month. Disruption in productivity and workflow has also negatively influenced job dissatisfaction according to nurses in 84% of US Hospitals.


  4. ZetrOZ nabs $5 mln loan from HorizonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | PE Hub

    ZetrOZ, Inc. today announced that it has received a $5 million venture loan facility from Horizon Technology Finance Corporation , a leading specialty finance company that provides capital in the form of secured loans to venture capital backed companies in the technology, life science, healthcare information and services, and cleantech industries. The funding will provide the medical device designer and manufacturer with capital to expand its wearable ultrasound product marketing and sales beyond the professional market and into the consumer arena.


  5. Startup-a-day: Meet Modern MovementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Business Journal

    Challenge to engage: Polinsky believes motion-tracking, data-gathering devices are only just getting started, but one key indicator products like Fitbit fail to track - balance. How 'Modern Movement' helps: The iPhone-mounted accessory provides a tool to measure balance and dig into the data.


  6. Driver Turnover Increases, Driver Recruiting Expected to Remain ToughRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Heavy Duty Trucking

    Driver turnover in the truckload sector continues to get worse, according to recently released figures, while a study of hard-to-fill occupations emphasizes the growing driver shortage. Truckload driver turnover at fleets doing more than $30 million in business annually rose 11 percentage points in the second quarter of the year from the first quarter to an annual rate of 103%, according to recently released figures from the American Trucking Associations.


  7. St. Chris DB looking forward to UA gameRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 |

    Rivals100 defensive back Garrett Taylor has not had a run-of-the-mill senior year. The Richmond St. Christopher's star was poised for a big year after committing to Michigan in the offseason, but an ACL injury put Taylor out of commission.


  8. Man takes oars for first time at 72Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Daily Herald

    Since he was young, Tom Sisson, of East Moline, considered the sport of rowing to be out of his reach. But on Tuesday the 72-year-old took to the Mississippi River near the Bass Street Landing and sculled for the first time in his life.


  9. The Bizarre New Way Facebook and Apple Are Trying to Attract Top TalentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | The Motley Fool

    The tech giants are offering to pay up to $20,000 for female employees to freeze their eggs, according to NBC News . While this may be appealing to some career driven women, the costs can add up quickly for the tech firms.


  10. Rip Toned Reports Back Injury Prevention And The Use Of Power Lifting BeltsRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 |

    Aside from strengthening and supporting the abdominal area using power lifting belts, Rip Toned also aims to keep weightlifters free from injury particularly on the lower back area. West Kelowna, BC -- For Rip Toned, safety is one of their priorities in creating weightlifting products such as the power lifting belts and straps.


  11. UA Breaks Ground on Downtown Phoenix ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | PressReleasePoint

    The Biosciences Partnership Building, due for completion in two years, will add to the UA's presence and serve the next generation of health professionals. Turning the dirt on Oct. 16 were Dave Elrod of DPR Construction; Dave Crawford of Sundt Construction; Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton; UA President Ann Weaver Hart; Phoenix Councilwoman Kate Galle; and Dr. Joe "Skip" Garcia, UA senior vice president of health sciences.


  12. New MS support group starting in HuntleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Daily Herald

    The meetings will take place at 2 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the new Family Alliance Comprehensive Care Center, 12555 Farm Hill Drive, Suite 800 in Huntley. Join them for informative discussions, guest speakers and social interaction.


  13. Dubuque's Mercy Medical Center introduces "Big and Loud" therapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | KCRG

    'Big and Loud' therapy is a research-based treatment that requires stroke, Parkinson's or multiple sclerosis patients to perform big, exaggerated versions of typical daily movements. Avid skier and bicyclist Keith Kloser, 56, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease soon after he turned 50. His athletic passions took a back seat to his therapy, and it was his physical therapist, Annmarie Day, who introduced him to 'Big and Loud.'


  14. Your Steps Toward Total Hip ReplacementRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | US News & World Report

    Ouida Dickey, 86, likes to stay active. "I don't sit home in the rocking chair," says Dickey, a retired college professor and former academic dean at Berry College in Rome, Georgia.


  15. Lyons businesses bare allRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Boulder Weekly

    In January, three months after the waters of the North and South St. Vrain creeks flooded their banks and overwhelmed the Town of Lyons, physical therapist Bronwyn Muldoon's business was still struggling in the wake of 2013's historic flooding.


  16. Regenerative therapy in dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Philadelphia Gay News

    Veterinary medicine is always progressing and continuing to evolve new therapies for common and not-so-common conditions that afflict our animal companions. One of these new therapies is regenerative medicine.


  17. New center in Lancaster County to include pediatric therapy: Business BuzzRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 |

    Tanya Myers, a physical therapist; Aimee Ketchum, an occupational therapist and Alexis Bowman, a speech language pathologist, all of Heart of Lancaster Outpatient Therapy Center, all specialize in pediatric therapy. A new outpatient therapy center has opened in Lancaster County.


  18. $250 geocache contest to celebrate physical therapy monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | County 10 News

    In honor of National Physical Therapy Month, Fremont Therapy is literally planting several caches in our community filled with great prizes and ultimately a $250 cash award to the treasure hunter who locates the final cache with the Golden Reflex Hammer "Geocaching has become a popular hobby," says Mitch Johnson, MPT, CHT, director of the Riverton clinic. "We have puzzles and clues that lead to a series of caches filled with prizes and ultimately to the Golden Reflex Hammer We have two clinics, so we're having Riverton and Lander Contests.


  19. Texas Physical Therapy Specialists Celebrates 10th AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | PRWeb

    'The support of our patients over the years has been incredible and we look forward to keeping them healthy and doing the things they love for many years to come.' - Andrew Bennett Texas Physical Therapy Specialists is proud to celebrate their 10th anniversary this year.


  20. Memorial Hermann Sugar Land offers therapy to help your hurting handsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Fort Bend Star

    Do your hands hurt? Or maybe they feel weak and stiff? Hand pain can leave you unable to open a jar, turn a key or pick up a child. Experts at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital know that hand pain can be frustrating and debilitating.