Clinicient Inc, a provider of outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, conducted a Medicare compliance risk survey of physical therapy practice owners and managers and found that 64% are at-risk for noncompliance.
The Franklin Mini Roll, available from the Minneapolis-based OPTP, is a crystal blue roll designed to comfortably support the spine, shoulders, and legs while performing Franklin Method exercises.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is presenting a Physical Therapy Virtual for prospective physical therapist (PT) students as well as PT education programs aiming to recruit new students.
The Kaye Balance Poles from Kaye Products, Inc, Hillsborough, NC, are aluminum poles that can be used in therapy programs to offer the child user minimal support for high-level balance activities.
Mike Reinold, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS, the former head athletic trainer and physical therapist for the Boston Red Sox, has opened Champion Physical Therapy and Performance, a new physical therapy center in Waltham, Mass.
A new study led by researchers at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco in collaboration with the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research suggests that colds and other minor infections may temporarily increase the risk of stroke in children.
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.