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Nov. 21 - 23

ASHA Convention 2019

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Dec. 1 - 06

105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting

Radiological Society of North America

June 14, 2020 - 17, 2020

NADONA's 33rd Annual Conference

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Latest Orthopedic and Rehab News


Virtual And Mixed Reality Inferior To Traditional Learning In Anatomy Education

A study from McMaster University has shown that traditional ways of learning anatomy remain superior to those that rely on digital media. The research suggests that virtual ...
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Advanced Hip And Knee Replacement Techniques Lead To Faster Recovery At NYU Langone Hospital–Brooklyn

Hip and knee replacements are among the most common elective surgical procedures in the United States, and they are increasing in demand as an aging population seeks to remain...
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Yoga And Physical Therapy As Treatment For Chronic Lower Back Pain Also Improves Sleep

Yoga and physical therapy (PT) are effective approaches to treating co-occurring sleep disturbance and back pain while reducing the need for medication, according to a new stu...
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Woman Suffers Severe Spinal Cord Injury, Finds Relief At Danbury Hospital

A freak accident left Katherine (Kathy) Wenning unable to move her upper body. She knew she needed medical attention, but she was at her country getaway in Washington, Connect...
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Early Spinal Patterns May Predict Scoliosis In Teen Years

A pediatric researcher has identified patterns of spinal curvature in younger children that may be likely to develop into scoliosis by adolescence. Accurately predicting scoli...
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‘It’s Not About Just Surviving. It’s About Seeing My Patients Living Normally’

Dr. Eugene Chang was 25, recently engaged and halfway through a physical medicine and rehabilitation residency in Vancouver when he started feeling sick. Fatigue, dizziness ...
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Study: Where One Lives Influences Post-Op Care And Rehab After Hip Replacement

A new study finds that the community in which one lives influences whether they receive postoperative care and rehabilitation after elective hip replacement surgery in a facil...
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UC San Diego Researcher And Explorer Aims To Empower Amputees With 3D Printed Prosthetic Limbs

Today, the majority of the world’s 40 million amputees live without access to a prosthesis. Albert Lin, a materials scientist and researcher with the Qualcomm Institute (QI) a...
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A Knee Replacement That Could Last A Lifetime?

Forty-nine-year-old James Benfante’s knee pain got so bad he dreaded walking from the train station to his job or even standing in line. Working out in the gym became all but ...
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Opioid-Related Gifts From Pharma Companies Linked To Physician Prescribing By Specialty

Physicians who received gifts from pharmaceutical companies related to opioid medications were more likely to prescribe opioids to their patients the following year, compared ...
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Bionic Breakthrough

For a brief time, Kerry Finn felt like “The Terminator” or “The Six Million Dollar Man.” The 60-year-old retired truck driver from Salt Lake County, Utah, lost his left leg t...
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Cycling Is Safer With More Cyclists On The Road, But Injuries Are On The Rise, Rutgers Study Finds

Head and facial injuries from cycling have remained steady over the past 10 years according to a Rutgers-led study. The study, published in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofac...
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Everyone Who Works In Health Care Needs To Know About Opioids; This Free New Online Course Can Help

Even if they never write a single prescription for an opioid painkiller, or care for someone who has overdosed on heroin or fentanyl, people who work in every area of American...
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Lean Hospitals? How Lessons From Manufacturing Can Improve Health Care

The philosophy of maximizing customer value while minimizing waste — has long been hailed as a panacea for low productivity and poor performance. Introduced decades ago throug...
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American Academy Of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists Releases Position Statement Opposing Use of 'Degenerative Disc Disease' As Diagnostic Term

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) has released a position statement opposing "degenerative disc disease" as a diagnostic term for the cau...
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Electrical Stimulation Aids In Spinal Fusion

Spine surgeons in the U.S. perform more than 400,000 spinal fusions each year as a way to ease back pain and prevent vertebrae in the spine from wiggling around and doing more...
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Consensus Report Shows Burnout Prevalent In Health Care Community

Clinician burnout is affecting between one-third and one-half of all of U.S. nurses and physicians, and 45 to 60% of medical students and residents, according to a National Ac...
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Medical Alarms May Be Inaudible To Hospital Staff

Thousands of alarms are generated each day in any given hospital, but there are many reasons why humans may fail to respond to medical alarms, including trouble hearing the al...
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The Long Road Of Recovery After Spinal Cord Damage

People who live with spinal injuries often say that the first year of recovery is the toughest—not only for them, but their caregivers as well. But researchers and the people...
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IOF: A Fracture Every 3 Seconds Worldwide - That's Osteoporosis

Marine fractured her spine while bending to help her disabled mother. Lo Lan broke her hip after tripping over a loose carpet in her home. Both women have something in common...
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Listening To 'Noisy Knees' To Diagnose Osteoarthritis: The First Human Cohort Study

A new way of diagnosing and assessing knee osteoarthritis (OA) has moved a step closer with a major study paving the way for its use in research and clinical practice. The te...
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Proof-Of-Concept Experiments: Electrical Brain Implants Enable Man To Control Prosthetic Limbs With ‘Thoughts’

In a set of proof-of-concept experiments, Johns Hopkins researchers have implanted electrodes in both sides of the brain of a person who is mostly paralyzed — with minimal sen...
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Kids Who Specialize In A Single Sport More Than 8 Months In A Year Are More Likely To Get Injured

Tracy Zaslow, MD, is the director of the Sports Concussion Program and medical director of the Sports Medicine Program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Zaslow, a team ...
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First Digital Health Osteoarthritis Wearable Glove System Starts Pre-launch Pilot Trial Series & Medical Tests

QUANTIC NANOTECH, a product division of Spanish DEMAC S.A. group who presented the first home wearable osteoarthritis treatment glove system "QNANO GLOVE" during the last CES...
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Coapt Re-Engineers And Upgrades Control System For Prosthetic Arms

The world's preeminent control system for advanced bionic limbs just got even smarter. Coapt, LLC – provider of the premier commercially available, intuitive bionic limb contr...
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