Physiotherapy Corporation, headquartered in Exton, Pa, announces in a media release that it has acquired Milwaukee-based Therapy Plus, a seven-facility physical and occupational therapy provider.
Stowe, Vt-based KneeBinding offers a way to reportedly help prevent ACL tears and knee injuries during skiing.
Precor, headquartered in Woodinville, Wash, now offers the Queenax modular functional training system.
The 2015 Performance Health Scientific Advisory Committee, who met recently during its 17th annual meeting, represent five countries and various disciplines.
The 17th annual Performance Health Scientific Advisory Committee meeting (TRAC), held recently in Vancouver, attracted committee member attendees from all over the world.
A proposed legal rule enabling trained physical therapists to perform trigger point dry needling therapy recently spurred debate between PTs and acupuncturists.
Athletico Physical Therapy announces that it has reached a marketing agreement with Learfield Sports’ Hawkeyes Sports Properties, the official multimedia partner of the University of Iowa (UI) Hawkeyes.
Researchers suggest in a new study that older people with osteoarthritis who undergo knee and hip replacements may be at an increased risk for myocardial infarction (MI) during the first postoperative month.
A study conducted by Kessler Foundation suggests that ramelteon may be effective for the treatment of sleep disturbances in patients who experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
According to Swiss researchers in their new study, human fetal projector tenocytes (hFPT) may be able to stimulate tendon regeneration to help repair tendon injuries.
Trainer Rx announces on its website the availability of the Trainer Rx cloud-based rehab platform.
Patterson Medical, formerly the medical business of Patterson Companies Inc, is now an independent company with the recent completion of the acquisition of Patterson Medical by Madison Dearborn Partners (MDP).
According to a recent study, electronic sensors worn by non-helmeted sports players to measure head impacts may not be quick or accurate enough to measure more serious, angular hits to the head.
A new study suggests that, in children, short exercise sessions during otherwise sedentary periods may offset the effects from the lack of more sustained exercise.
A possible treatment for traumatic brain injury (TBI) could be the use of a specific high-powered, near-infrared light (NIR), a new study suggests.
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Biodex Medical Systems Inc announces that it has updated its website focused on the senior living community.
Billing Dynamix LLC offers a new webinar to teach physical therapy practice owners and managers about its bestPT practice-management software.
A recent Concussion IQ Survey suggests that most US adults may have misconceptions and lack basic understanding about concussion.
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NeuroRecovery Training Institute (NeuroRTI) announces that it will be offering a Certification in Neurological Clinical Practice program beginning January 11, 2016.
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Drive Medical announces that it has acquired the entire HurryCane product line from Minneapolis-based Marketing Architects.
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ActiveRx, a Westborough, Mass-based franchise with locations in eight states, announces that it is partnering with Rick Gawenda, PT.