Rod McCrimmon has been hired to serve as director of marketing for Ottobock North America.
HHS recently announced measurable timelines and goals to move the Medicare program, and the healthcare system at large, toward paying providers based upon quality, rather than the quantity of care given to patients.
A 1-day webcast presented by Cross Country Education is designed to offer conditioning and injury-prevention techniques for young athletes engaging in throwing, swinging, running, and kicking.
An objective diagnostic tool for concussion designed for use in the emergency department or, in the future, at sporting events, was highlighted by a recent study published online; the work builds on a previous study which spotlighted the technology’s use among military veterans.
The SISSEL Pilates Core Trainer, available through Sissel USA, is built to help strengthen back, arm, and leg musculature.
Ottobock has announced the addition of new hire Cali Solorio, who will serve as Marketing Manager.
Students at West Virginia and associate professor Frances Van Scoy, PhD, are conducting research on wearable technologies, including a neuroheadset students are using to create a thought-to-speech program for patients who have sustained a stroke, have aphasia, or other maladies impacting speech.
OPTP markets a new patient book that seeks to educate those with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) about the science behind their pain.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has announced its plans to move forward in the expansion of its Neurological Institute, adding a new Brain and Spine Hospital, pending approval of the $14.3 million renovation by Ohio State’s Board of Trustees on January 30.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) has announced the addition of five new members to its principal advisory body, the National Advisory Neurological Disorders and Stroke Council.