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  1. Half of people who get ACL surgery return to competition: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | New York Daily News

    Most athletes who undergo ACL reconstruction surgery do return to some form of sport, but only 55 percent will return to competitive level sports, an updated review suggests. About 200,000 anterior cruciate ligament knee injuries happen each year in the United States, and half of those injuries are surgically repaired, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

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  2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Causes and Treatment OptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2014 | Patch.com

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects about one in a thousand people each year, and is caused by the median nerve being compressed as it runs through the carpal tunnel, a ligament that is located in the wrist. The tendons that control finger movement all run through the carpal tunnel, so when they become inflamed and swollen the amount of space is reduced, putting increased pressure on the median nerve.

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  3. BPCC will expand learning center with $300,000aRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | The Times

    BPCC will expand learning center with $300,000 donation BPCC will use a $300,000 donation to add, modernize learning center computers. Check out this story on shreveporttimes.com: Bossier Parish Community College will refocus its library on electronic learning with a $300,000, three-year donation from BHP Billiton.

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  4. Winter-born babies crawl 5 weeks earlier, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | The Times of Israel

    Among other things, 'winter babies' may be wearing less clothing in the summer, when they are getting ready to crawl. Babies born in the winter start crawling earlier in life than do babies born in the summer, an Israeli study indicated.

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  5. Susquehanna Health and U.S. Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr. Partner for...Read the original story

    Friday Sep 12 | PRWeb

    U.S. Senator Bob Casey recently selected Susquehanna Health to voice a call for action on the Traumatic Brain Injury Reauthorization Act of 2014. Senator Casey has taken a leadership role in promoting the bill, which amends the Public Health Service Act to reauthorize resources, programs and research dedicated to traumatic brain injury for fiscal years 2015 through 2019.

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  6. Researchers Unveil Exoskeleton That Fits Like Skinny JeansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Discover

    You heard it here first: robotic exoskeletons are poised to become 2014's hottest fashion trend. Scientists are perfecting a prototype of the exoskeleton equivalent of skinny jeans.

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  7. Debra A. PaulineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | SouthCoastToday.com

    Debra Ann Pauline, age 51, of Acushnet, passed away on Thursday, August 21, 2014, unexpectedly. Per her wishes Debra was cremated.

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  8. Baldwin riders protest to get Port Authority to add more routes to South HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | WPXI

    More than 100 people turned out Saturday for a march and rally in Baldwin to convince the Port Authority to restore slashed bus services. "If you live in the South Hills, you know there are a lot of hills," said North Baldwin resident Terry Breisinger, 50, who said he walks a mile to and from his house to the nearest bus stop to get to his Uptown job as a physical therapist.

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  9. Flexibility/Mobility Assessments?Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 6 | The Sand Trap

    I'm fatter, weaker, and tighter than I've ever been, and have decided it is stupid to try to make major changes in my golf swing until I make major changes in my body. I'm a data nerd and like to quantify/measure everything I can, and I'd like to be able to chart my progress in this endeavor.

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  10. Evarts man plays role in upcoming movie '23 Blast'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    While a student at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Evarts native Cody Lewis auditioned for a part in the upcoming film "23 Blast" and was chosen for a role as a football player in the movie. "A few years ago, I had the opportunity to attend a modeling/acting school in Cincinnati where I become a part of an agency MCM," said Lewis.

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  11. Seniors Trying To Care For Their EldersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Patch.com

    I'm a senior trying to care for an even more senior parent. There are lots of us.

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  12. Loosening up a Tin Man's golf swingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Daily Herald

    I was lying flat on my stomach on a treatment table as the physical therapist lifted my right leg. Then he lifted my left.

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  13. A doctor's perspective: Preventing sudden athlete deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | SILive.com

    I am a long time public school athletic league consulting physician. The news of Curtis High School football player Miles Kirkland-Thomas's sudden death was very distressing.

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  14. Morse receives cortisone injection for obliqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | San Francisco Giants

    Manager Bruce Bochy all but ruled Morse out for any point of the Giants' weekend series against the Tigers, which started on Friday. Morse will work with the club's physical therapist this weekend and will be evaluated once again when the Giants return home from their current road trip.

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  15. Biggest Names in Sports Performance Team Up for 3-day Training, starting September 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | PR Log

    For the first time ever, the top sports performance experts have teamed up for a FREE training. Tuesday, September 9 through Thursday, September 11. Loren Fogelman hosts "Your Winning Edge" a virtual training revealing the secrets to win.

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  16. ProEx Physical Therapy names Carson Potash as Exercise TechnicianRead the original story

    Friday Sep 5 | PR Log

    PRLog - Sep. 5, 2014 - BOSTON -- ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine announces that Carson Potash of Dedham, Massachusetts has been named an Exercise Technician/Intern at the Boylston Street location in Boston. In this role, Potash, under the supervision of staff physical therapists, will instruct, motivate, safeguard and assist patients with their therapeutic exercise programs.

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  17. Bridging the Research GapRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2014 | Advance

    It is an exciting time in neurorehabilitation for physical therapists. Currently, scientists and clinicians are gaining knowledge on ways motor learning can impact patient care and their outcomes.

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  18. Seeks public inputRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Capital Weekly

    The Regional School Unit 13 board voted Sept. 4 to hold off hiring a technology integrator to replace a library and media specialist position in order to gather public comment.

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  19. Silver school board discusses finances at meetingRead the original story

    Friday Sep 5 | Scdailypress.com

    The Silver Consolidated Schools Board of Education held a special meeting Thursday evening to listen to and discuss employee grievances and to review the budget for the 2014- 15 school year. After almost three hours of closed-session meeting to discuss employee grievances, the board heard presentations from Candy Milam, associate superintendent of fi nance and federal programs, on the budget for the year and Director of Technology Benjamin Potts on the progression of technology throughout the district.

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  20. Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Hip Dysplasia - What's a Dawg Mama to Do?Read the original story

    Friday Sep 5 | Examiner.com

    It's all about guiding and empowering you to help your pet avoid injury, provide practical solutions and achieve rapid restoration of health and function! Our champion blogger, "Dawg Mama Jana", is experiencing hip dysplasia drama with her beloved JD, so she asked me to focus this month's PT tip on that topic. I'll break it down from a therapist's point of view and offer practical advice on dealing with the challenges it presents.

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