The second edition of “Stepping Thru Accessible Details” is available as a resource to help create and compile accessibility details and specifications for individuals involved with building projects required to meet Americans With Disabilities Act Standards.
The 2GX Series 2 is a titanium folding wheelchair available through TiLite that features a modular frame design, built to facilitate configurability regardless of location.
In a recent statement, Bruce M. Gans, MD, American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association (AMRPA), voiced the organization’s approval regarding the recent passage of the IMPACT Act in the Senate.
The VA has developed a mobile application engineered to provide portable tools to recognize the symptoms of mild to moderate concussion linked to traumatic brain injury (TBI), as well as resources for treatment and management.
Investigators from Johns Hopkins Medicine suggest that when delays in walking and cognitive occur in tandem, this may signal the onslaught of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
A recent news release issued by the US International Council on Disabilities reports that Guyana has become the latest nation to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
The upcoming testing dates for the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision (ICD-10) system were recently announced by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management as he speaks with John Wallace, PT, chief executive officer of BMS Practice Solutions. Electronic medical records (EMRs) are not a free pass to compliance happiness. Use an EMR incorrectly and it could create problems. Clinic managers who understand the strengths and limitations of EMRs can use […]
The key, says this outpatient clinic owner, is to empower staff to know what it is the client values, and train them to sell services that make those values a reality. Following up with effective touchpoints after a patient encounter is also vital in keeping that patient engaged. Listen and learn. Sponsored by Clinicient.
A new study designed to develop wearable movement sensors to assess gait in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in their home environments may ultimately help provide key information to doctors and feedback to patients regarding their condition.