Phoenix-based WebPT has selected Nobility RCM, Chandler, Ariz, to handle the revenue cycle management component of its solution for physical, occupational, and speech therapists.
Staff members from ProEx Physical Therapy are slated to volunteer at the Special Olympics Connecticut Summer Games on June 6 and 7.
A national survey of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients finds a severe impact on quality of life, employment, and the ability to afford treatment.
A new 3D printing technique may hold promise in soft-tissue engineering for cartilage and could have a wide variety of other applications, researchers say.
The May/June issue of The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation documents the CDC’s ongoing efforts to reduce the population impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Bakersfield, Calif-based Townsend Design announces the launch of the Active Reliever, which it describes in a news release as a soft shell single-upright osteoarthritis (OA) knee brace.
A new study published recently in Quarterly Journal of Medicine suggests a possible link between head injuries experienced among rugby union players and an increased risk of CTE.
ProRehab Physical Therapy’s partnership with Physical Therapy Plus (PT Plus) is now official, according to a company news release.
Research suggests 30 minutes of physical activity 6 days a week, regardless of its intensity, is linked to a 40% lower risk of death among older adult males.
Researchers studying the therapeutic potential of low-level vagus nerve stimulation suggest that low-level activation of either motor or sensory vagus nerve bundles can help diminish inflammation.
According to new research from UC Davis Health System and published online in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, osteoporosis screening is too common among low-risk women, but not common enough among high-risk women.
The FDA has cleared BrainScope Company Inc’s Ahead 200 device for adjunctive assessment of traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to a recent news release from the company.
SwimEx Inc recently announced the addition of Sari Cattoni to its sales team.
A $6 million expansion of the Fla-based Memorial Hospital West Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, part of the Memorial Rehabilitation Institute, was recently unveiled during an open house event at the facility.
A company news release recently announced that Drive Medical’s Harvey Diamond, Chairman of the Board and CEO, is a finalist for the Ernest & Young (EY) Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 Award in the New York Region.
Research suggests that there may be a relationship between concussions experienced among NFL players during game play that led to unconsciousness, and key differences in their brain structures later in life.
According to a recent study, after making some small changes in their quality-improvement procedures, clinicians were able to use MRI scans to diagnose stroke patients prior to providing acute treatment, within 60 minutes of hospital arrival.
A recent study suggests that weak grip strength could be linked with shorter survival and a greater risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
Exercise, including activities of short duration and low intensity, may provide life expectancy benefits for older adults, according to recent research.
A study published recently in Emergency Nurse suggests that portable ultrasound could be a useful and efficient way for emergency clinicians to detect the presence of minor fractures in patients presenting to a minor injuries unit.