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  1. Working togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2014 | Hernando Today

    What if solutions to pain management and optimum performance in daily living were easy to obtain from a source that genuinely cared about your health? What if masterminds of nutrition, massage therapy, wellness treatments, physical training and therapies, and other proven body and mind disciplines combined their maximum resources and skill levels to develop a customized plan to fit your specific set of needs? That unique way of thinking is the foundation under Team Restorative, an all-inclusive, multi-tiered approach to better health. And it is available in Spring Hill.


  2. View GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2014 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Capt. Derek Herrera, a special operations officer in the U.S. Marines was awarded the Bronze Star with valor and the Marine Corps Commendation medal during his retirement ceremony at Camp Pendleton. - Nelvin C. Cepeda / UT San Diego/Twitter @NelCepeda Capt.


  3. Transforming primary care to spend extra time with patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2014 | Kevin, M.D.

    When I started my internal medicine residency, I was pretty sure I was going to rock this primary care thing. I knew the drugs for hypertension, the guidelines for diabetes management, and depression management seemed like nothing more than an algorithm.


  4. From StarLight CareGivers: 10 Steps To Preserve Independence And Control As You AgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 |

    Home safety and accessibility: Take a look at your home environment and create a place that is accessible and free from hazards that could lead to injuries. This includes installing proper railings along stairs and grab bars in the bathroom and avoiding multiple levels.


  5. McIlroy tweets photos of himself doing squats, then Justin Rose too - FunnyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | The Sand Trap

    If they're traditional plates its more like 500, but they look to be rubber so 265 is what I see. Not that it really matters.


  6. My SwingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2014 | The Sand Trap

    Oh my buddy-Youre something else. @iacas and @mvmac -You should restrict yourselves from this thread so you are not tempted to help this clown.-In fact what can I do to get restricted so I dont have to claw at my eyes and pull my hair out reading this nonsense? Yeah, I still whiff, though it seems to be getting less and less.


  7. KORT Physical Therapists Earn Dry Needling CertificationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | PRWeb

    Recently, four KORT physical therapists became certified in dry needling, a unique treatment method used to help alleviate painful musculoskeletal conditions. Twelve KORT locations now offer this treatment.


  8. Unexpected runs to NCAA meet for Gophers' cross countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | Star Tribune

    Bartnik Invitational Cross Country meet on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. ORG XMIT: MNCL101 The sound of 180 claps per minute ringing into his ears helped save Aaron Bartnik's running career and transformed him into an elite long-distance runner.


  9. Article on "How to avoid knee injuries"Read the original story

    Nov 21, 2014 | The Sand Trap

    Same exact advice my physical therapists have given me for my knees. I have strong legs from doing other exercises like: Many well-intentioned people enter the gym each day with the goal of increasing overall strength and muscle function in order to protect their joints.


  10. Paralyzed Marine walks into retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Capt. Derek Herrera, a special operations officer in the U.S. Marines along with his wife Maura and his service dog Shaggy left his award and retirement ceremony on Camp Pendleton. - Nelvin C. Cepeda Capt.


  11. For physiotherapists, the battle for independence has just begunRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | The Daily Star

    Physical therapist Fady Hanna treats a client at the St. Joseph Hospital in Beirut, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. BEIRUT: Jalal Tabaja was struggling to choose the best facility to undergo surgery for lower back pain when his son's principal recommended he see Fady Hanna, a physical therapist.


  12. Maintaining a firm grip differs for men and womenRead the original story

    Nov 21, 2014 | Reuters

    A simple grip-strength test might someday help doctors identify patients' risk for potentially disabling conditions later in life, but interventions likely would differ for men and women, a new study suggests. Using data from the Swedish Adoption/Twin Study of Aging, researchers found gender differences in potential reasons why men and women lose their ability to maintain a firm grip.


  13. ProEx Physical Therapy names Leah Katsos as Exercise TechnicianRead the original story

    Nov 21, 2014 | PR Log

    PRLog - Nov. 21, 2014 - HAVERHILL, Mass. -- ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine announces that Leah Katsos of Lynn, Massachusetts has been named an Exercise Technician/Front Desk Specialist in the Haverhill location.


  14. Hospital donates screening service to schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    Students of Harlan County Schools will receive free scoliosis screenings each year thanks to a donation made by the staff at Harlan ARH Hospital. Members of the hospital's physical rehabilitation department, including physical therapists and occupational therapists, will go to each school this spring to screen sixth grade children for curvature of the spine.


  15. Mikael Renberg was busy in Sweden, but Eric Lindros email reunited...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 |

    Life as a retired hockey player has been pretty hectic for a beloved old Flyers winger who forever will be linked with two of their greats. Mikael Renberg, now 42 and five years into hanging up his skates, has had a lot going lately back home in Pitea, Sweden beyond the usual running around with his wife, their teenaged daughter who just received her driver's license, and a daughter to his first marriage.


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    Nov 21, 2014 | Rehab Management

    Dialing back activity on the healthy side of a brain post-stroke could push the injured side of the brain to work harder as a way to recover motor control and other functions. Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center are working to prove this concept using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation with a study aimed at improving arm movement among individuals who have had a stroke.


  17. Local Surgeon Provides Free Foot Care and New Winter Shoes for the HomelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 |

    ELIZABETH, N.J. Dr. Michael I. Goldberger, foot and ankle surgeon at the Foot & Ankle Center at Tri-County Orthopedics, will provide free foot examinations, routine foot care and new winter shoes to area homeless in collaboration with Soles4Souls and the Streetlight Mission on The annual event will take place at the Streetlight Mission, located at 1181 East Broad Street in Elizabeth. "Providing medical care to those in need in our community is a tremendous honor," Dr. Goldberger says.


  18. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation studied for stroke rehabRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | Science Daily

    Researchers are trying to help patients who have suffered a stroke to improve arm movement by stimulating the brain using a device called a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator . The idea is that when one side of the brain is damaged by a stroke, the healthy side tends to generate much more activity to compensate, but that may actually prevent the injured side from recovering, explains the principal investigator.


  19. Acupuncture, Exercise May Ease Pain for Breast Cancer PatientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2014 |

    Breast cancer patients who experience pain and swelling related to their treatment may find relief in acupuncture and exercise, new research suggests. In one study, acupuncture helped reduce joint pain by up to 40 percent, said study author Dr. Jun Mao, director of the integrative oncology program at the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia.


  20. Ipsen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. Presents Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA)...Read the original story

    Nov 14, 2014 | Business Wire

    Ipsen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc., an affiliate of Ipsen , today announced multiple presentations of DysportA data, which will be presented at the Annual Assembly of the Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation November 13-16 in San Diego, California. There will be five poster presentations based on trials that explored the use of DysportA in both cervical dystonia and upper limb spasticity.