Just how much exercise should women take in order to help reduce the risk of breast cancer?
A new study examines the extent to which adolescents with arthritis receive transition services and compared these rates to youth with other special care health needs. transitioning
A new report finds that women with diabetes are more than twice as likely as women without diabetes to have physical limitations.
Patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) who participated in supervised treadmill exercise improved their walking endurance and quality of life, according to a study in a recent of JAMA.
Weight-bearing exercise during adolescence seems to be the best for maintaining bone strength in older life, indicates a small study published ahead of print in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Life Fitness, Schiller Park, Ill, has announced that three new products have been awarded accreditation under Stage Two of the Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI).
New research out of the University of Pittsburgh indicates that patients’ perceptions of their own health and balance have an impact on how much they walk.
Postoperative pain can be reduced. This has been shown by four of the six hospitals which took part in the project for quality improvement in postoperative pain management (QUIPS).
A study titled Playing, Toys and Discapacity has shown that only 69% of commercial toys are accessible for children with a hearing discapacity, 27% with a visual discapacity and 18% for motor disability.
A showcase of the latest products in the physical therapy marketplace, including vibration therapy units, wrist supports, a pelvic compression belt, orthotic insoles, and more