New research appearing recently in the American Heart Association journal Stroke suggests that an emergency department rapid response plan could help quickly diagnose stroke and other neurological problems in children.
An analysis of the results from several clinical trials studying the benefits of exercise on cardiovascular health suggests that these benefits are not the same for everyone.
Korean scientists have partnered with an international team to develop a new way to create therapeutic heat in a design made to be light and flexible.
A new digital platform is being built to help individuals manage chronic pain stemming from musculoskeletal disorders (MSK) and will reportedly draw on the expertise of an alliance of organizations in the field of rheumatology and arthritis care.
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Results from a study on sleep behaviors among those with knee osteoarthritis (OA) suggest that disruption of sleep may be associated with altered pain processing and central sensitization.
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ProEx Physical Therapy, based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, announces in a press release that Nicole McManus has been promoted to assistant director of clinical education.
A nationwide sample of readers share their purchasing strategies and goals for this year and the next.
Patterson Companies Inc has announced a definitive agreement to sell Patterson Medical, its medical business, to Madison Dearborn Parners (MDP).
A protein found in the brain's smallest blood vessels may impact stroke risk, according to recent studies on mice.
Studies conducted by UCLA scientists are seeking to use results gathered by key research and technology to shed light on the biological and genetic risk factors for sports-related concussions.
The Shuttle Recovery, available through Shuttle Systems, is built to provide a variety of patient populations a wide range of activities, from postsurgical to aggressive plyometric jumping.
Professional Physical Therapy, provider of physical therapy and rehabilitation clinics throughout New York and New Jersey, has reportedly acquired South Bay Sports & Physical Therapy (“South Bay”), located in Copiague, NY.
Education Resources Inc has announced the availability of an Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation online series to assist healthcare professionals in addressing the increasing prevalence of dizziness, vertigo, balance issues, and post-concussion syndrome.
Advantage Medical markets a stretching device built to provide effective stretching for the back, shoulders, hips, hamstrings, and shins.
NIH director Francis S. Collins, MD, PhD, announced that Walter J. Koroshetz, MD, has been chosen to serve as the director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).
Industry insiders share their insight on the advent of ICD-10 and the steps PTs can take to prep their practice and billing software.
Pro-Tec Athletics offers the Hamstring Wrap Compression Wrap, which is designed to help alleviate conditions of hamstring tear or strain.
A new study suggests that eating up to 100 grams of chocolate every day may help lower heart disease and stroke risk.
Today’s pain management is putting control back in the hands of pain patients, thanks to a growing number of easy-to-use and effective at-home therapies.