An inpatient survey about fall-related attitudes suggests that patients’ perception of their fall risk may affect how well they follow fall-prevention strategies.
A new report estimates the value of the global market for home rehabilitation products and services in 2023.
Practitioners at the National Scoliosis Center announce that they have opened a new facility in Fairfax, Va, focusing on the nonoperative treatment of scoliosis.
Researchers note in a new study that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) could be an effective way to help improve mobility and balance in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients.
Stealth Products Inc, a division of Quantum Rehab, announces that all of its products marked for ALS patients will receive expedited handling and shipping.
Drive Medical introduces the Odyssey GT mobility scooter, which, according to the company’s website, features a stylish, sporty, and luxurious design.
Conditioning the body prior to surgery or other physiologic and physical stresses can lead to more favorable outcomes in oncology cases. Prehabilitation fills this role in the cancer care continuum and survivorship. By Glenda Arcilla Borreo, PT, MHSc, CLT, ACSM EP-C, CCET.
A robotic device, along with spinal stimulation, has reportedly helped a paralyzed man move his legs and take thousands of steps.
Acupuncture proponents contend physical therapists have insufficient training to make trigger point dry needling therapy safe, as the Montana Legislature considers a proposal that would enable PTs to conduct the procedure.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) specialty conference about documentation for occupational therapists (OTs) will take place October 2-3 at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg in Chicago.
Thought Technology Ltd, Montreal, offers an on-site workshop on headache treatment on Friday, October 2.
Therapists can help protect wheelchair users from the serious threats of pressure ulcers by fully understanding cushion construction, deep tissue responses, and anticipating shape change in the user’s body. By Patricia E. Tully, OTR, ATP.
Share Your Blessings and Beamz Interactive Inc announce that they have recently gifted more than 500 Beamz music systems to organizations that reach special needs individuals through music and recreational therapy.
For many Medicare recipients, multiple observational stays rather than inpatient hospital admissions may be driving up their out-of-pocket costs, a study suggests.
A recent study suggests that monkeys and humans experience greater motor recovery than rats after experiencing a similar spinal cord injury (SCI).
Maddak/SP Ableware, Wayne, NJ, introduces the Maddak Adjustable Transfer Bench, which is designed to help reduce the risk of falls in the bathroom.
Stroke patients affected by an upper-extremity movement dysfunction reported comparatively high levels of effectiveness from constraint-induced movement therapy in improving their daily activities. But in at least one important area, CIMT fared no better than standard therapy.
Commercial minivans have gone ADA compliant at Phoenix-based Vantage Mobility International. The company recently announced that the first commercial-use, ADA-compliant Toyota Northstar E360 has rolled off its assembly line.
Carex Health Brands offers a line of products featuring Uplift technology, which is designed to help individuals undergoing rehab to transition safely from sitting to standing.
Signature HealthCARE announces in a media release that Modern Healthcare has recently named it one of the 100 “Best Places to Work in Healthcare” for 2015.