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March 12, 2016 - 12, 2016

Anat Baniel Method International Practitioner Training Program

Anat Baniel Method International

March 12, 2016 - 16, 2016

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

Hand Rehabilitation Foundation

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Latest Physical Therapist News

“Prehab” Before You Rehab

For people contemplating a hip or knee replacement, the prospect of a long post-surgical recovery can be a daunting one. The grueling rehabilitation sessions, the frustration ...
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Supplements, Exercise Could Improve Muscle Mass And Strength For Older Adults

The loss of muscle strength and function, what’s known as sarcopenia, is a natural part of aging. It’s also a growing public health concern because of the risk for falls, inju...
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Early Research Makes Way For Future Treatments For Phantom Limb Pain

Electrical stimulation on the skin surface at the elbow can produce feeling in the hand—including rare “natural” sensations—according to a study published in the Journal of Re...
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Surge In Bicycle Injuries To Riders Over 45

The incidence of bicycle accidents has increased significantly in the US in recent years, with many serious injuries occurring among riders older than 45, according to a new s...
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Physical Therapy May Resolve Symptoms Of Interstitial Cystitis And Chronic Prostatitis

For the millions of men and women struggling with recurring bladder and/or prostate pain, finding relief for their symptoms can be difficult. Many have taken antibiotics for y...
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All-American Wrestler And Subject Of ESPN Film Speaks About Battle With Chronic Muscle Disease

In 2009, Mike Powell was where he'd always wanted to be. A former all-American wrestler himself, he'd returned to his Chicago-area high school to become the toughest wrestling...
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Completely Paralyzed Man Voluntarily Moves His Legs

A 39-year-old man who had had been completely paralyzed for four years was able to voluntarily control his leg muscles and take thousands of steps in a “robotic exoskeleton” d...
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Home-Based Treatment Is Cost-Effective Alternative For Heart Patients

Post-discharge disease management provided in their own homes could be a cost-effective alternative for recently-hospitalised elderly patients with chronic heart failure (CHF)...
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A Credible Provider For Pediatric Therapy Services Is On The Rise In Houston

Theramax Therapy Services has launched another successful venture in the field of pediatric therapy. TTS Pediatrics came into existence because of the growing number of inquir...
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Study On PT Services: Self-Referrers Bill More, Provide Less Effective Services

A new study published in the Forum for Health Economics & Policy titled "Physician Self-Referral of Physical Therapy Services for Patients with Low Back Pain: Implications for...
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Expert Alert: What Is Healthy Posture And How To Maintain It

Modern lifestyle factors, such as texting, reaching for your keyboard or wearing high heels, can create postural stressors that often cause muscle imbalances and injury. Havin...
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Federal $2.5 Million Grant To Saint Louis University Aims To transform Geriatric Care

Funded by a three-year, $2.5 million grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Saint Louis University will lead an initiative to improve the health of older M...
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US Spinal Cord Injury Patient Documenting His Stem Cell Plus Epidural Stimulation Treatment

Quadriplegic Jack Pearce is set to undergo a new medical procedure that he is hoping may transform his life. Jack and his wife Ellie arrived in Bangkok, Thailand on July 5th, ...
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Higher Risk Of Death From Heart Attack And Stroke For People With Spinal Arthritis

New research from Toronto Western Hospital’s Spodyloarthritis Program reveals people with a type of spinal arthritis called ankylosing spondylitis (AS) have a higher risk of d...
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Resuming Exercise Soon After Heart Attack Can Improve Heart Recovery

Exercise promotes heart health. However, many lifestyle factors cause heart disease, and regular activity may not be enough to prevent heart attacks. A new study in the Americ...
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Duke University To Develop Course To Smooth Integration Of Internationally Educated PTs In Health Care

Health care rules, regulations, practices, and traditions vary widely across the globe, which presents a significant challenge to health care professionals entering the United...
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Federal $2.5 Million Grant To Saint Louis University Aims To Transform Geriatric Care

Funded by a three-year, $2.5 million grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Saint Louis University will lead an initiative to improve the health of older M...
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Paralyzed Men Move Legs With New Non-Invasive Spinal Cord Stimulation

Five men with complete motor paralysis were able to voluntarily generate step-like movements thanks to a new strategy that non-invasively delivers electrical stimulation to th...
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World’s First Bilateral Hand Transplant On A Child Performed At The Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia

Surgeons at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) joined with colleagues from Penn Medicine recently to complete the world’s first bilateral hand transplant on a chil...
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A Young Girl Suffers A Stroke, But Recovers To Dance Again

At first, 13-year-old Christina Blumstein thought she had an ordinary headache. She and her parents were returning from a visit to Long Island in July 2014 when the pain stru...
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Building Confidence Helps People With MS Have Fuller Lives, Reports Researcher

The physical symptoms of weakness and fatigue from multiple sclerosis (MS) can rock a person's confidence and ability to engage in what he or she feels is important, from bein...
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Entrepreneur Seeks Support To Launch CareSpotlight.com For Aging, Disabled, Ill, And Injured

After discovering it was much easier to find consumer reviews for restaurants and hotels than care and services for her terminally ill father, aging mother and disabled brothe...
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Fort Worth Team To Focus On Improving Health Care For Older Residents

UNT Health Science Center will team up with JPS Health Network, Texas Christian University and the United Way’s Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County to transform geriatric c...
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Former Professional Rugby Players Have Greater Cervical Spine Degeneration Than The General Population

French researchers used clinical examinations and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies to determine whether retired professional rugby players experience more serious symp...
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New Limb-Lengthening Technique Is Less Cumbersome For Patients, Study Finds

A highly specialized procedure that lengthens bones can prevent the need for amputations in selected patients who have suffered severe fractures. And now a new study has found...
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