Building a 2,300-square-foot practice from scratch requires smart planning and capital investment to get neurological patients back on track. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Melanie Brennan, PT, DPT.
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Evaluation and treatment have advanced with the aid of sophisticated technologies. Stephen Vandenberg, PT, DPT, ITPT, of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network discusses how synergies between clinical best practices and testing technologies lead patients to optimized results. A full-length feature from the February/March issue of Physical Therapy Products.Read More
Physical Therapy Products’ annual survey shows that budgets are being approved and growing larger, while industry workhorses continue to provide some of the best returns. A feature for the February/March 2018 issue of Physical Therapy Products by Frank Long, its editorial director.Read More
Advanced gait training technologies combine with traditional therapy to increase patient safety, mobilize patients early, and drive neuroplastic change. A feature for the February/March 2018 issue of Physical Therapy Products by Mollie Hope, PT, DPT, CBIS, and Abby Albers, SPT.Read More
Growing pains are a good problem to have, but for clinics with a neurological focus, getting technology that meets this population’s needs requires special consideration. A feature for the January 2018 issue of Physical Therapy Products by Anthony E. Salafia, PT, DPT, MA, CSCS, and Jeff Steckler, OTR.Read More
Part one of a two-part Q&A series that explores how clinic owners are using technologies and practice management innovation to give cash-pay services an edge in a reimbursement-based world. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Frank Long, its editorial director.Read More
A recently developed two-armed, robotic rehabilitation exoskeleton aims to provide a new method of data-driven therapy to patients who have sustained neurological or spinal injuries.Read More