Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles suggest in a new study that differences in boys’ and girls’ spines are present at birth.
A study recently published in the Journal of Neurotrauma suggests the possibility of blood biomarkers as indicators of brain damage after a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Researchers at the VA Boston Healthcare System suggest in a new study that veterans with more severe PTSD may have weaker connectivity in two brain networks.
A study recently published in the journal Stroke suggests that there may be a wide geographical variation in the use of the stroke treatment tPA.
A new study from the University of Gothenburg suggests that the protein FoxF2, located in the brain’s tiniest blood vessels, may affect the risk of having a stroke.
Professional Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, based in Uniondale, NY, announces that it has recently acquired Premier Physical Therapy & Wellness.
A 2-day seminar available through Hands-On Seminars is designed to teach participants the principles and treatments of neural mobilization and proprioceptive training.
The ActiveWrap Knee Ice Wrap | Knee Heat Wrap, available through ActiveWrap, is engineered to provide users heat, ice, and compress therapy in an “all-in-one” design.
Duke University’s physical therapy program has been selected to develop, run, and administer a 10 module online course on the healthcare delivery system in the US for internationally educated physical therapists.
Hausmann Industries Inc markets a 3-in-1 Training Staircase, designed to allow the therapist to train patients on three progressive step levels.
BrainScope Company Inc announces that it has received an additional $500,000 award from GE and the National Football League (NFL) to further develop its portable concussion assessment system.
Researchers at Neuroscience Research Australia may have identified a new way to improve recovery after a stroke, finding that some stroke patients may have a distorted or “scrambled” representation map of their hand.
A new study published in the July 2015 issue of Arthritis Care and Research suggests that an intensive regimen of a healthy diet and exercise may help reduce the short-term onset of knee pain in overweight adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
The Board of Education in Kentucky’s Anderson County recently named KORT Physical Therapy as the provider of sports medicine services to students in the county’s school district.
A study involving men and women college athletes suggests that concussion may not significantly impair symptoms or cognitive skills differently in both genders.
Sissel USA offers the Sissel Sport Swing, a fitness bar that is designed to exercise and strengthen the core.
In a recent news release, Dynatronics Corporation, Salt Lake City, announced that it has received CE Mark approval for its Solaris therapeutic modality products.
Santa Barbara, Calif-based InTouch Health announces a global telehealth partnership with Menlo Park, Calif-based iSchemaView Inc.
A “watch” has been issued regarding potential risks with anchor-based all-inside meniscal repairs.
Gorbel Medical, a division of Gorbel Inc, recently announced the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of its newly constructed Gaitway Center, which took place July 23 at the company’s corporate headquarters.