Zynex Inc, a medical technology company specializing in the manufacture and sale of noninvasive medical devices for pain management and stroke rehabilitation as well as neurological diagnostics and compound pharmacy, has announced the appointment of Brian Alleman as its new chief financial officer (CFO).
A live 1-day seminar presented by Cross Country Education will highlight practical applications of manual lymphatic therapy.
Duke Medicine researchers have shown that mice consuming a supplement of omega 3 fatty acids had healthy joints, which may suggest that dietary factors play a role in osteoarthritis (OA).
A new mechanical device developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology is designed to aid stroke patients with the repetitive facilitation exercise (RFE), a rehabilitation tactic for stroke survivors to attempt to regain wrist movement.
The TS Rom Series braces from Townsend Design, Bakersfield, Calif, are braces designed for patients who have experienced mild ligament injuries or have had reconstructive knee surgery.
The Centers for Medicare and Services (CMS) have proposed rules that include a 2.1% increase in payment rates for 2015 under the outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) as well as changes to hospital admissions requirements.
The SenMoCOR system, available from OPTP, Minneapolis, and developed by IAOM-US, is a cost-effective system that offers the user and clinician immediate visual feedback regarding sensory motor control.
The International Sports Professionals Association (ISPA) and Unify Health Services will collaborate to develop a Functional Capacity Certification (FCC) for physical therapists, occupational therapists, and assistants.
FasciaBuzz, a new tool from FasciaBuzz, McKinney, Texas, is designed to work on fascia and connective tissue to reduce adhesions and restrictions as well as increase circulation and promote healing.
The DARD (Dynamic Axial Resistance Device) from SPRI, Libertyville, Ill, is a device designed to develop ankle and lower leg strength, stability, and stamina.