A recent news release from RehabCare reports that it is partnering with Bellarmine University of Louisville to develop a clinical residency program, designed to prep students with specialized training and leadership skills necessary to care for older, vulnerable patients.
A total of $8 million in grants will be awarded to provide adaptive sports opportunities for veterans and servicemembers of the Armed Forces with disabilities, according to a recent announcement from the VA.
The Movi is a new chair engineered for use in a hospital or skilled-nursing facility, or potentially in the home as a mobility aid intended to serve as an alternative to a wheelchair.
An NIH grant presented to investigators at the Cedars-Sinai Regenerative Medicine Institute is intended to support Cedars-Sinai’s participation in a consortium focused on gathering and analyzing data to provide a “global view” of neuromuscular disorders.
A news release issued by the Amputee Coalition announces that the Kicking for Kids Who Can’t Kick-a-thon event is slated for October 18 at the National Mall in Washington, DC.
Using electrical stimulation, scientists at the Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) report that they have discovered how to control, in real-time, the way in which a paralyzed rat moves forward and how high it lifts its legs.
Physical therapy continuing education that blends Internet-based modules with “hands-on” learning provides highly effective results.
According to a news release from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), new, positive data has been released regarding a drug candidate for relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS).
Freedom Innovations has announced the official launch of the Pilé 3 Microprocessor Controlled (MPC) Knee.
A bill introduced in the Senate is designed to expand “locum tenens” arrangements to include PTs, allowing for those in private practice to provide continuity of care to Medicare patients in the event of the therapist’s absence.