Ottobock reports that employee Hughes Myner, director of Sales and Marketing-Mobility Solutions, Canada, has been sent as one of the 28 members of the company’s Official Prosthetic, Orthotic and Wheelchair Technical Service Team to Sochi.
As National Brain Injury Awareness Month, the USO designates March as a key time to reflect on the sacrifices and injuries sustained by men and women in uniform and their families.
OPTP recently introduced the PRO-ROLLER Arch, built to serve as a versatile tool to meet a variety of needs including increasing instability in a foam roller, enhancing Pilates routines, and improving posture on a foam roller.
Craig Hospital has announced that it will be participating in a clinical trial for the Indego exoskeleton.
A new method combing a variety of technologies aims to address treatment of phantom limb pain (PLP) following amputation.
The University of Manchester researchers report in a recent university news release that new therapies targeting brain mechanisms, including mindfulness-based talking therapies, may help the brain cope with chronic pain such as joint pain.
Empowerment sounds so supportive and healthy, we include it in our mission statements and employee handbooks, yet how often have we felt empowered in the workplace?
Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Centers announces that it is partnering with the Wings for Life World Run to draw awareness and funds to support spinal cord injury (SCI) research.
The Hanger Clinic reports that several of its patients are currently in Sochi to compete in the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.
A total of 5,000 occupational therapy clinicians, educators, and students, are expected to attend the American Occupational Therapy Association’s 94th Annual Conference & Expo in Baltimore, Md.