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  1. Wounded Warrior co-founder visits GuamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Pacific Daily News

    A founding board member of a nonprofit organization that helps wounded veterans is on island to assess the needs of Guam's veteran community.


  2. UR Superior Fitness Offers Strength Training Tips For Osteoporosis PreventionRead the original story

    Friday Mar 6 |

    Salt Lake City, UT -- What's one of the best ways to prevent osteoporosis? According to many experts in the field of bone health and UR Superior Fitness is exercise. More specifically, strength training offers many benefits for men and women at risk of bone loss from osteoporosis.


  3. Open & Shut: Baby boomer fitness outlet expandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Orange County Register

    Nifty After Fifty opened a new location Thursday in Laguna Hills. The wellness center that caters to people over the age of 50 started in Orange County about 10 years ago and has quickly expanded with 38 locations across the U.S. Nifty After Fifty targets the baby boomer population's health and wellness with trained fitness coaches and physical therapists who assess a new member's fitness and customize a program for them.


  4. Mississippi Confirms Aldridge to Workers' Comp CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Insurance Journal West

    Aldridge had been chosen by Bryant to serve on the Mississippi State Board of Health in 2013, which also required Senate confirmation. She left that post to join the Workers Compensation Commission.


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    Thursday Mar 5 | Rehab Management

    A series of live seminars that address conditions of the spine in older adults will provide an opportunity for hands-on learning. The seminar, titled Functional Strength Training for the Aging Spine , is presented by in five cities throughout New York, and one location in Florida, beginning March 13. These presentations, appropriate for physical therapists and occupational therapists, are designed to provide clinicians with hands-on, practical insight about some of the physical changes that occur in the spines and joints of older adults.


  6. Thornton promoted at ProEx-SomersworthRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine, announced that Kayla Thornton of Dover has been promoted to Benefits Specialist and Front Desk Trainer at the Somersworth location. In this dual role, she is responsible for verifying insurance information, tracking referrals and authorizations in addition to training all staff in the role of Front Desk Specialist, company wide.


  7. Trident Health Recognizes Outstanding Individuals with HCA Awards of DistinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Summerville Journal Scene

    Members of the Summerville Medical Center administration team congratulate the HCA Awards of Distinction recipients at a ceremony recently. From left: Sylvia Simmons, Vice President of Finance for Trident Health; Nancy Stone, Rhonda Sizemore, Lynn Singleton, Chief Nursing Officer for Summerville Medical Center; Greg Johnson, Diane Hagensick and Lisa Valentine, Chief Executive Office for Summerville Medical Center.


  8. Otago researchers to evaluate laser treatment for lymphoedemaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | University of Otago News

    The University of Otago's School of Physiotherapy will run the first clinical evaluation of laser treatment for lymphoedema in New Zealand, on behalf of the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation. The $52,000 study will enable Professor David Baxter and his team to evaluate the potential effectiveness of low level laser therapy for breast cancer-related lymphoedema, its acceptability to patients and therapists, and the feasibility of incorporating the treatment into existing clinical practice within New Zealand's hospitals.


  9. Search on for 'Top Dog'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Herald-Citizen

    Pet therapy dog "Roxy" and her owner, physical therapist Nikki Orazine of Bethesda Health Care visit with patient Betty Geer in March 2014. Roxy was chosen as the "Top Dog" of Cookeville Leisure Services' Dogapalooza.


  10. Feds raid Longview pharmacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | KETK

    Federal agents raided a Longview pharmacy Wednesday in a cooperative action of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and Health and Human Services. The agents were seen removing more than a dozen boxes from McCann Road Pharmacy, 501 N. Spur 63, and agents on scene told a News-Journal photographer that the action was taking place in coordination with the raid of a Dallas facility.


  11. Physical therapist helping a patient on crutchesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Synapse

    Many of my columns have focused on orthopedic issues in physical therapy: the lowdown on running shoes, scary postural deviations and how to strengthen your neck. This time, I'd like to highlight the cool things that happen in the hospital.


  12. Losing Control of One's Own LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Bangor Daily News

    An interesting Blog from the Mayo Clinic this week puts the issue of control squarely on the table. "What stresses many of us on a daily basis is the battle for control.


  13. The 6 Most Dangerous Fitness MythsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Men's Journal

    Spend enough time in the gym and you'll hear a lot of bad fitness advice. The Internet and online forums, if anything, have made the grapevine of fuzzy workout science worse.


  14. "Silent Airway Connection" Conference to Focus on Multidisciplinary...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Newswise

    The American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry is leading the charge for an interdisciplinary medical approach to the diagnosis and treatment of sleep and breathing disorders, which research indicates contribute to a range of serious physiological, cognitive, behavioral and performance conditions in children and adults. AAPMD will bring together leading medical, dental and research experts at its 2015 conference, "The Silent Airway Problem: Connecting the Dots," held March 27-29 in New York City at the Crowne Plaza Times Square.


  15. OVMC, EORH Open Physical Therapy Center in BridgeportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Intelligencer

    Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Regional Hospital held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday to celebrate the expansion of their physical therapy outpatient services with the opening of two new satellite clinics. The Bridgeport facility officially opened Feb. 9, joining a newly opened location in Elm Grove.


  16. The Ultimate Guide To Fixing Swimmers PostureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    Reducing drag in the pool is paramount for swimming improvement, as drag is the biggest deterrent of swimming speed. However, long periods of poor posture out of the water will force any swimmer into poor posturing in the pool, especially during fatigue.


  17. Northwestern's $92 million gift will go toward biomedical researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Chicago Tribune

    Northwestern announced a gift of $92 million from alum Louis Simpson and his wife, Kimberly Querrey. The university's new biomedical research center, which will be part of the academic medical campus in Chicago, shown in rendering, will be named for Simpson and Querrey.


  18. FAQ: How We Rate Nursing HomesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | US News & World Report

    Each nursing home receives an overall rating of one to five stars, with 3,392 facilities earning an overall rating of five stars. Nursing-home care can be as short as a few days or weeks after a hospitalization or for years if aging family members can no longer live on their own.


  19. Kaiser Slow to Diagnose Tumor, Woman ClaimsRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Courthouse News Service

    Kaiser doctors waited years to investigate a woman's continued chest pain, leading to disfiguring surgery to remove a large tumor, she claims in Fairfax County Court. Michele O'Connell began receiving treatment from Kaiser physicians in January 2010.


  20. Hands-On Seminars Announces Confirmed Dates for Course Series on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | PRWeb

    Hands-On Seminars Announces Confirmed Dates for Course Series on Diagnosis and Healling Through Fascial Manipulation - Taught by Dr. Antonio Stecco Physical Therapists and other Licensed Health Care Practitioners Can Become Certified in Fascial Manipulation Starting 13 March 2015 in Astoria, NY Hands-On Seminars announces the live presentation of the Complete Fascial Manipulation Certification Program as developed by world-renowned author, lecturer, researcher and physiotherapist, Luigi Stecco to start in March 2015. This Certification Program offered by Hands-On Seminars and taught by Luigi's son, Dr. Antonio Stecco, combines theoretical lectures, demonstrations, and practical exercises throughout each course day.