Among the topics are falls among veterans with MS; impacts of excess bone growth in combat amputees, and measurement of lower-limb muscle spasticity.
Under the Affordable Care Act in 2014, each year, a low-income family of four could save up to $14,900 and businesses will benefit from savings and tax credits.
Board certification of case managers is gaining increasing importance as health care delivery systems push to meet greater expectations for care delivery, patient safety, and improved patient outcomes.
The type of exercise that works best for each individual depends on his or her symptoms, fitness level, and overall health.
The new technology allows surgeons to reconstruct anterior cruciate ligament tears in young athletes without disturbing the growth plate. Rehabilitation is performed during the 1-year recovery period.
WebMD offers recommendations for setting up a workstation tailored to meet an individual’s needs and to reduce the chances of musculoskeletal injuries.
AbleNet, Roseville, Minn, introduces its Mobile Device Access product line, which includes accessories for popular Apple® products such as the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, as well as an upgrade to its SoundingBoard AAC app now featuring
ervices will include sports and orthopedic physical therapy, athletic training, radiology, and sports injury prevention instruction.
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy announces a call for papers for a special issue on occupational therapy and autism.
A physical therapist can show the patient how to get temporary relief from fibromyalgia pain and stiffness, get stronger, and improve his or her range of motion.