In a new podcast sponsored by PHS Therapeutics by Pivotal Health Solutions (PHS), Frank Long, editorial director of Physical Therapy Products and Rehab Management, discusses low level laser therapy with two laser technology experts.
The Sammons Preston Economy Wrist Support, available from Allegro Medical, is a latex-free hand cuff designed to support the wrist.
DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa, has announced that it will begin enrolling students in its new Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program this fall.
Scientists investigating the effect of the chili pepper, whose burning spiciness is intolerable to some but irresistible to others, are using their findings to develop a new drug to treat pain.
The Intelect TranSport Combo, manufactured by Chattanooga, a DJO Global company, Vista, Calif, is an electrical stimulation unit with pulsed and continuous therapy operation.
BioSensics LLC, Cambridge, Mass, manufactures BalanSens, a wearable sensor system designed to provide accurate balance assessment.
A new exercise called the “Reverse Tyler Twist,” which uses the FlexBar from Thera-Band, was found to be effective at reducing pain for patients suffering from golfer’s elbow.
Phil McClure, PT, PhD, FAPTA, vice president of MedRisk’s research and academic subsidiary, Expert Clinical Benchmarks (ECB), has been named chair of the physical therapy department at Acadia University, located in Glenside, Pa.
A 2-day intermediate-level course presented by North American Seminars will focus on neurological rehabilitation.
According to research from the Cleveland Clinic, a type of immune cell believed to worsen chronic adult brain diseases may actually protect the brain from traumatic brain injury (TBI) as well as slow the progression of neurodegenerative diseases.