Mueller Sports Medicine Inc, based in Prairie du Sac, Wis, offers its new OMNIFORCE collection of compression supports for knees, ankles, and elbows.
In Warrior, published recently by HarperOne, author Theresa Larson shares her story about her fight with body image issues at home and on the battlefield.
Practicing yoga and performing aquatic therapy exercises may help curb multiple sclerosis symptoms such as fatigue, depression, and paresthesia, according to researchers.
School districts and other education organizations now have the opportunity to participate in in-house training sessions offered by Education Resources Inc.
Pediatric skilled nursing, therapy, and developmental and enteral services provider Epic Health Services Inc announces the acquisition of Baltimore-based Care Resources.
As part of American Stroke Month in May, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association launches CycleNation as a way to encourage people to ride bicycles more often to help increase their brain and heart health.
The opening of Professional Physical Therapy’s newest facility in Rutherford, NJ, marks the continuation of the provider’s expansion and upgrade activities.
Athletico expands into the western territory of Michigan with the opening of a new facility in Grand Rapids.
As part of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month in May, Spenco Medical Corporation is rewarding those who share their fitness journey and experiences on social media.
A bill reintroduced in the House of Representatives aims to put a stop to loopholes in a federal law allowing physicians to self-refer certain services—including physical therapy—to businesses that have a financial relationship with the referring physician.
Nearly 200 physical therapy, occupational therapy, and Doctor of Education graduates received their degrees during University of St Augustine for Health Sciences’ spring commencement ceremonies, which took place recently at the University’s campuses in Florida, Texas, and California.
North Carolina-based BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT) will continue to serve as the official physical therapy provider for the SwampDogs, Fayetteville, NC’s Coastal Plain League baseball team.
Warsaw, Ind-based Zimmer Biomet recently released its financial results for the first quarter of 2016, which ended March 31, 2016.
No time to exercise? Think again, according to a recent study, which suggests that a short burst of very intense exercise may produce the same health benefits as longer, traditional endurance training.
University of Florida researchers suggest in a new study that specific genetic markers that put people at risk for depression may also predict who might benefit from exercise.
To educate the public about stroke risk and prevention, the National Stroke Association declares May National Stroke Awareness Month.
It is estimated that the medical robots market will increase from $4.3 billion in 2015 to $11.4 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 23.2%, according to a new report.
The Allen Institute for Brain Science’s online brain resource has recently been updated, and now includes data on Aging, Dementia, and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
There may be an association between strength training and longer life, according to an analysis of research data.
Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc announces that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Cayenne Medical Inc, for an undisclosed sum.