Two separate studies suggest that the amount—or lack—of exercise in one’s life may affect the health of one’s brain.
Exercise science researchers from Brigham Young University suggest that T-cells may help facilitate repair of muscles that are sore after a post-break workout, helping to make the second trip back to the gym less painful.
A team approach, along with newer pain-management strategies, are key to maximizing outcomes following a total knee replacement (TKR) procedure, a new study suggests.
The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) recently released a position statement regarding a strategy to help children and adolescents achieve peak bone mass.
There may be a link between genetics and stress fractures, according to a recent study.
IsoComforter Inc, headquartered in Palm City, Fla, announces its newly redesigned shoulder wrap.
TapeTuesday, a new series introduced by Performance Health Academy, focuses on kinesiology taping tips and research.
Via the wearable M-Mark System in development, stroke patients practicing everyday tasks at home will be able to receive immediate feedback about their muscle movement and strength. This information will then be able to help patients review their progress and help therapists tailor their rehabilitation program. (Photo courtesy of University of Southampton)
Scientists from the University of Southampton are developing what they suggest is a wearable technology to help stroke patients recover the use of their arm(s) and hand(s).
A recent reportedly first-of-its-kind study suggests that rest for more than 1 day after a concussion is critical for allowing the brain to reset neural networks and repair any short-term injury.
Researchers may have discovered a treatment to prevent hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, which is suggested to be a common culprit in sudden cardiac death among young athletes.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recently awarded Mobile Physician Services recognition as a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH).
The Physical Therapy Products team invites all physical therapists to participate in this short survey to help us assess current trends and purchasing goals for 2016 capital expenditures.
Researchers suggest in a recent study that the damaged tissue from calcific tendinitis may foster the growth of cells, blood vessels, and pain receptors.
WebPT announces the debut of WebPT Outcomes, a patient tracking and analysis platform.
Mediware Information Systems Inc announces the arrival of MediLinks 2016, a web-based software solution designed for outpatient rehab facilities and private practice PT, OT, and SLP clinics.
Performance Health, based in Akron, Ohio, introduces the digital education hub Performance Health Academy.
The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) recently introduced reportedly the world’s first performance standard for chest protectors for commotio cordis, and moved it to proposed status.
The SUN (Safety Using NUsurface) clinical trial is the second one initiated by Active Implants LLC to evaluate its investigational NUsurface meniscus implant.
The Sit2Stand Trainer, the VibroTactile System, and the medBike will make their official debut during the ATPA Combined Sections Meeting, February 18-20 in Anaheim, Calif.
People who are more physically fit may be more likely to survive their first heart attack, according to a recent study.