Sitroll user demonstrates exercise by grasping both side handles and holding firmly. Both feet are placed on lower resistance bands and user then rolls forwards and backwards at a comfortable speed, by pulling and pushing with the arms and legs.
Designed for ease of use, Sitroll is built on wheels and rolls forward and backward smoothly on a track. The device is equipped with a series of upper and lower natural rubber tubing, hand gripping slides, and soft balls designed to provide non-strenuous resistance exercise movements applicable to physical and occupational therapy.
Persons with anemia may have a poorer outcome after experiencing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) than those who are not anemic, according to recent research.
In older adults, treatment for coronary artery disease may only temporarily halt the progression of frailty. However, a healthy lifestyle may impact whether they will become frail at all.
After unveiling its new branding, the physical therapy equity and management services company previously known as Nueterra Physical Therapy also announces a name change to PT Partners.
PT Solutions expands its footprint in metro Atlanta with the opening of two new locations.
The 2016 Target Challenge grant opportunity is an open call for device solutions that have the potential to impact the field of pediatric medicine.
Exercise may be associated with longer life in heart failure patients, according to new research.
Firstbeat Technologies Ltd announces an update to the Quick Recovery Test feature in its Firstbeat Sports Monitor player recovery assessment and training readiness tool.
Butler Hill Hand Therapy, Athletico Physical Therapy’s first-ever clinic focused primarily on hand therapy, opened recently in St Louis.
Medical technology company Implanet announces it has received regulatory clearance—510(k) in the US and CE Mark in Europe—to market the Jazz Claw hybrid implant.
Clever Solution announces the launch of a digital marketing solution for physical therapy clinics that encompasses search engine optimization (SEO), pay-for-click (PPC), and social media marketing (SMM).
Higher levels of physical activity may be associated with a lower risk of many types of cancer, according to a study published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine.
University of St Augustine for Health Sciences, along with John Hopkins University, offers a continuing education seminar May 21-22.
Research and Markets presents an online event January 24-26, 2017, covering research and technology in sports science.
Major League Baseball (MLB) pitchers who throw a large number of fastballs may be at increased risk of needing Tommy John surgery.
An intelligent fitness training app launched recently by Volt Athletics gives athletes access to elite-level sports training programs that can be configured to their individual needs.
Products in the TheraBand family are now being launched into several Rite Aid Pharmacy store locations nationwide.
Physical therapists in Alabama now have a simpler way to complete various license applications quickly and efficiently online.
It could take up to 2 years for young athletes to recover fully from a concussion and return to play as skillfully as those with no history of concussion.
Dynatronics Corp announces financial and operating results for its fiscal 2016 third quarter and 9 months, which ended March 31, 2016.