An Oregon State University study indicates that injury prevention programs are not being widely used in high schools.
The Quick Board, available The Quick Board LLC, is an assessment and training system built for use by performance, sports medicine, and rehabilitation staff.
Study results show initial promise for a treatment that might interrupt the process linking traumatic brain injury (TBI) to the development of a progressive degenerative brain disease, researchers say.
The Xerstretch Strap, available through SPRI Products, is engineered to provide users assistance in upper- and lower-body stretches.
Clinicient Inc, a provider of outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, recently launched Empower, a nationwide series of 2-day seminars during which industry experts will share their tips for running a healthy private physical therapy practice.
The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) reports that its researchers are collaborating with other national institutions to design a new therapeutic tool for motor rehabilitation for children.
Individuals with osteoporosis have a 1.76-fold higher risk of developing sudden deafness than those who do not have osteoporosis, a recent study says.
A Canadian study has reportedly revealed the key role in pain processing of a gene linked to a rare disease; the finding may help pave the way for an improved understanding of chronic pain conditions.
An Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute online course will present evidence-based medicine regarding upper quarter connections with exercise, focusing on progressions from increasing mobility to improving stability and strength, ending in functional integration.
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According to a news release from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), new research centered on how tendons age indicates that the material between tendon fibre bundles stiffen as it gets older.
Hausmann Industries Inc markets the Model 1200 Ramp & Curb Set, built to facilitate ambulation and patient mobility training on ramps and curbs.
A recent research paper reportedly confirms earlier findings that indicate a procedure, known as endovascular therapy (ET), for ischemic stroke can serve as an effective treatment option for many patients by reducing the incidents of disability.
A news story from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) website reports on the US Senate’s recent vote to approve a bill intended to repeal the sustainable growth rate (SGR) and move toward payment systems based on quality.
Sissel USA markets the SISSEL Balance Board, which is made to assist in balance and proprioceptive exercises, and strengthen core muscles.
The Original Posture Medic, available through Advantage Medical, is designed to improve posture, allowing users to stretch, strengthen, and stabilize.
In a recent news release, ProRehab Louisville announced its partnership with locally owned Apex Physical Therapy.
Physical Therapy Products has launched a short online survey to assess current trends and purchasing goals for 2015 capital expenditures.
A course available through MedBridge Inc provides participants an overview of the components of an ocular motor examination following concussion, along with normal and abnormal findings.
A new treadmill has been developed and is built to automatically change speed to match the pace of the runner.