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Physical Therapist Conferences &
Educational Opportunities


Feb. 17 - 17

Combined Sections Meeting (CSM)

American Physical Therapy Association

March 12 - 12

Anat Baniel Method International Practitioner Training Program

Anat Baniel Method International

March 12 - 16

Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Hand - 20/20: A Vision for Quality in Hand Care

Hand Rehabilitation Foundation

April 2 - 03

Spring Conference - Transforming Aging Course by EIM; UE Evaluation and Splinting

South Dakota Physical Therapy Association

June 8 - 11

NEXT Conference and Exposition

American Physical Therapy Association

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Latest Physical Therapist News

Guest Blogger On Retained Primitive Reflexes

Each year I receive several emails from colleagues about 'retained primitive reflexes.' I am also seeing an increased number of reports from local 'health care' providers who...
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ICS Impulse FDA-Cleared For Positional And Oculomotor Testing

GN Otometrics, the leading manufacturer of hearing and balance device diagnostics, announced today FDA clearance of the Positional and Oculomotor test batteries for the ICS Im...
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Physical Therapy Not Associated With improvements In Patients With Early Stages Of Parkinson's Sisease

For patients with mild to moderate Parkinson disease (PD) there were no clinically meaningful benefits to activities of daily living or quality of life associated with physiot...
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Why Is Calcific Tendinitis So Painful?

Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder, typically characterized by calcium deposits on the rotator cuff, is an extremely painful condition that can severely impair movement and l...
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Automotive Factory Robot Simulates Extreme Forces Athletes’ Joints Endure

“Why do you need such a big robot?” Bioengineering researcher Keith Markolf frequently gets this question when colleagues visiting from around the world first lay eyes on the...
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Treating Parkinson's Disease By Solving The Mysteries Of Movement

Two secrets of one of the brain’s most enigmatic regions have finally been revealed. In a pair of new studies, scientists from the Gladstone Institutes have discovered a speci...
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To Help Diabetics, Intelligent Socks Are Paired With Smartphones

Diabetic neuropathy is the leading cause of amputation due to foot ulcers, costing the US alone more than $10 billion annually. Now, students at the Hebrew University's BioDes...
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US News & World Report Announces the 2016 Best Jobs: Healthcare Professionals Top the Lists

As the US job market improves, US News & World Report today released the 2016 Best Jobs rankings to help job seekers at every level take advantage of new opportunities and mak...
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Parabolic Performance & Rehab 2016 NFL Draft Prospects Include Five Rutgers Standouts

Parabolic Performance & Rehab, a leading sports performance training and physical therapy practice, has quickly established itself as the premiere NFL Pre Draft training provi...
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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Expert To Discuss Novel 3-D Motion Analysis As A Tool To Predict Risk For Knee Injuries

With basketball and football seasons in full swing– an increase in ACL injuries are sure to follow. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles expert to discuss how novel 3-D motion ana...
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Robotic Arm Developed For Duchenne Patients

Researchers from the University of Twente's MIRA research centre, together with the VUmc, TU Delft and the Radboud umc, have developed the A-Gear: a robotic arm that can suppo...
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Virtual Reality For Motor Rehabilitation Of The Shoulder

Researchers at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have developed a virtual reality system or motor rehabilitation of the shoulder. The prototype, which includes a built-i...
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Runners: Fit Feet Finish Faster

Both marathon runners and casual joggers can improve their performance by keeping their feet in top condition and taking steps to control foot problems common in runners, acco...
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CBS News Features Dr. Ashraf Hanna Describing How IV Ketamine Is Successfully Treating Fibromyalgia Pain Patients

Fibromyalgia affects millions of people from all over the world. It can have many symptoms, including depression and low energy levels. But pain -- often throughout the body -...
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Robotic Rehab For Kids

NAO, a humanoid robot described by his creators as a “little character with a unique combination of hardware and software,” can read your moods, recognize your family members,...
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Robotic Glove Invented By NUS Researchers Helps Patients Restore Hand Movements

Patients who have lost their hand functions due to injuries or nerve-related conditions, such as stroke and muscular dystrophy, now have a chance of restoring their hand movem...
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New Approach To Diagnosing Low Back Pain, Revealed By Clinical Study

Scientists at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have discovered a new, personalized approach to diagnosing low back pain. The findings from a clinical study show th...
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Is Your Child's Achy Back More Than Just Growing Pains?

According to a new literature review in the January issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, it's becoming more common for children and adolescent...
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A Broken Bone May Lead To Widespread Body Pain – Not Just At The Site Of The Fracture

Breaking a major bone may increase risk of widespread chronic body pain in later life, a new study has found. Researchers at the Medical Research Council Lifecourse Epidemiol...
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Advanced Orthopedics And Sports Medicine Institute Of New Jersey Encourages Winter Safety

Extreme weather and the rigors of the holidays are among several factors that make many more vulnerable to orthopedic injuries, say representatives from Freehold based orthope...
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Taking Vitamin D May Benefit People With Multiple Sclerosis

Taking a high dose of vitamin D3 is safe for people with multiple sclerosis and may help regulate the body’s hyperactive immune response, according to a pilot study published ...
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Keep Your Feet Safe At The Gym In The New Year

Increase your stamina and the length of your workouts gradually to avoid overuse injuries such as stress fractures or tendon strains and sprains. Stretching your muscles befor...
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Game Ready® Hits Landmark Global Medical Device Usage

Game Ready® today announced that the company has hit a landmark number of 50,000 systems installed in over 5,000 medical and physical therapy facilities globally. Since the c...
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Her Christmas Miracle Is Freedom From Incurable Pain In New Viral Video By The Pain Whisperer

Pittsburgh resident Debbie Comer suffered for years with severe chronic pain in her back and down her legs. Barely able to walk, she winced in pain with every step. Activitie...
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Therapy Jobs Top List Of Hard-To-Fill Jobs

The American Staffing Association's Skills Gap Index identified the hardest-to-fill occupations in the US for the third quarter of 2015, with the 10 most difficult being 1.Po...
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Northern Nevada Medical Center
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