The FREEDOM Resting Hand Mitt Splint made by AliMed, Dedham, Mass, is a lightweight splint designed to correctly support the arches of hand and the thenar web space.
The use of predictive analytics has enabled the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to recover or prevent more than $210 million in improper payments in 2013.
An extensive 8-year study found that surgery leads to greater long-term improvement in pain, disability, and function than nonsurgical treatment for patients with herniated discs in the lower spine.
The H2O Gloves, available from the Libertyville, Ill-based company SPRI Products, Inc, are fitness gloves designed to give the user an upper body workout for low resistance water aerobics and underwater training.
A study of healthy senior men found that “relatively intensive” endurance exercise confers benefits on the heart irrespective of the age training was started.
Lingraphica, The Aphasia Company, has introduced the iPad app component of TalkPath Therapy, its integrated cloud-based speech therapy solution for adults with aphasia.
Gene Shirokobrod, PT, DPT, OMPT, a Baltimore-based physical therapist, is one of the developers of The ARC, a device designed to provide support to the neck and back.
Several Banner Health facilities in Arizona have received an esteemed stroke award in recognition of their ability to better diagnose and treat stroke patients in order to reduce disability and death and speed post-stroke recovery.
The Compression Therapy Foot & Ankle Garment available from ProMed Xpress, Bolingbrook, Ill, is a 10-inch garment designed to provide compression therapy.
Throw Like a Pro, an application designed to help baseball players reduce the risk of throwing injuries, is now available for download for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.