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.
Dynatronics Corporation announces that it has received approval to market its SolarisPlus Series in Singapore and Peru.
BioElectronics Corporation announces that its ActiPatch Musculoskeletal Pain Relief Therapy product’s marketing campaign has received an OTC Marketing Awards nomination from the OTC Bulletin.
The new ICCE Back Recovery Shirt, from ICCE Inc, is designed for users to wear it when rest is not an option to help manage one’s back pain.
The product’s manufacturer hopes the newly launched wholesale division can make it easier for physical therapists, prosthetists, personal trainers, healthcare clinics, and others to buy TapeRelief products in bulk.
Regular exercise similar to everyday activities and performed at high intensity may help improve balance and reduce dependence on assistance in performing ADLs, among people with dementia.
Ageing 2016 will be held February 9 to 11 at Cineworld: the O2 Peninsula Square in London.
A physician opines in a recent editorial that physical therapy practices should incorporate aerobic exercise training and encourage fitness for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
The SEKOIA study, performed by researchers at University of Southampton, suggests that the presence of lesions may signal more rapidly progressing osteoarthritis.