A weak electric “noise” can help improve balance and motor skills in patients with Parkinson’s disease, according to work conducted by researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy. To this end, in cooperation with NASA, the team has developed a portable prototype for long-term studies.
A news release from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences reports it will be incorporating the ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer (ITAT) certification into the curriculum of its online Master of Health Science in Athletic Training degree program.
A live seminar held at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) aims to help attendees navigate “the payment maze” to reduce denials and minimize risks.
Magister Corporation markets the latex-free Eggsercizer Resistive Hand Exerciser, ergonomically shaped and engineered to fit the contours of the hand.
In a recent news release, Northwestern Medicine announced its launch of a multidisciplinary center designed to provide patients all aspects of musculoskeletal care in one location.
Attendees of the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting February 4 to 7 in Indianapolis, will have the opportunity to see Aretech LLC showcase its ZeroG Gait and Balance Training System.
A doctoral thesis that followed 1,090 stroke cases in western Sweden suggests that men who live alone face greater long-term risk of premature death than other patients post-stroke.
The Lift & Place Rack Station, available through Hausmann Industries Inc, is built to simulate lifting and loading tasks during work conditioning.
The amount of time an individual sits during the day is linked to a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and death, regardless of regular exercise, a recent study says.
Knee pain experienced when using the stairs may signal the onset of early osteoarthritis (OA) symptoms, experts say.