Mediware Information Systems Inc announces a major extension of its agreement with PhysioTools to help streamline workflow within MediLinks for Rehabilitation.
Findings from a recent study suggest ways to help best manage exercise in individuals with a particular genetic mutation.
New research presented recently at the RSNA annual meeting suggests that diabetics may be harboring advanced vascular disease that could increase their risk of stroke.
Shoulder physicians are seeking patients with rotator cuff injuries to participate in a clinical trial testing stem cell injections as a possible treatment.
Phoenix-based WebPT announces the appointment of Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC/L, as its president, according to a media release from the company.
The deadline for providers to question Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS)-related penalty notices they may have received has been extended, CMS announces.
Scientists at the Ruhr-University in Belgium are investigating high-frequency stimulation as a possible therapy for pain patients’ impaired tactile ability in their hands.
The ATI Foundation, a charitable organization founded by ATI Physical Therapy, Bolingbrook, Ill, raised more than $86,000 during its recent annual gala.
A team of researchers from the University of Southampton is developing a new type of drug that they suggest may help bones heal faster and better.
A large prospective community-based study of older Americans suggests that better cardiovascular benefits could result from walking faster or at longer distances.
GE Healthcare, Waukesha, Wis, and the National Basketball Association have issued a call for proposals to research the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of tendinopathy.
Although, for heart failure patients, aerobic exercise is a healthy therapy, lack of social support and barriers to exercise are keeping them from participating, a recent study suggests.
The Neuro-Laser Foundation announces it is planning to commence a new trial in 2016 on the clinical application of near-infrared light therapy (NILT) to help treat traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Portland, Ore-based Clinicient Inc announces in a media release that Performance Physical Therapy has chosen its Insight platform as its next-generation practice-management system.
Dynatronics recently released its financial results for the fiscal 2016 first quarter, which ended on September 30.
A new blood test may be able to detect the occurrence of concussion in children, according to a recent study.
A university student’s dissertation suggests that toll-like receptors on bone cells may activate bone loss, and may also play role in bone formation.
Two studies presented during the recent American College of Rheumatology annual meeting in San Francisco offer possible treatments for knee osteoarthritis.
A recent study suggests a link between being physically active prior to a heart attack and the development of depression afterward.
A team of researchers suggests that chronic exposure to arsenic could lead to stem cell dysfunction, which impairs the muscles’ ability to heal and regenerate after an injury.