Film Starring Morgan Freeman as Prosthetist Tells Tale of Survival

The story, about a young dolphin who lost her tail in a crab trap and was not expected to survive, is based on true events in which experts at Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics devised a prosthetic tail that saved the dolphin’s life and spurred development that now benefits human patients.

NIH-Funded Centers to Assist Rehabilitation Researchers

The aim of rehabilitation research is to promote recovery, adaptation, and functioning for patients with disabilities resulting from stroke, spinal cord injury or brain injury, developmental or degenerative disorders, or other persistent physical conditions.

Pride’s Redesigned Stylus LS Gives Active Clients New Options

New features include smooth drive tires and casters for increased ease of use; fluid-resistant, tension-adjustable seat upholstery; a lighter overall weight; a toolless leg length adjustment for decreased service delivery times; and seat extension kits for user-friendly adjustments.

Kessler Foundation 10k Attracts Athletes from Africa

To qualify for the Paralympics, athletes must compete in a set number of certified races, but due to a lack of resources, it difficult for the Ghanaian and Nigerian teams to participate. This race will get them closer to their goal.

Preferred Therapy Providers Debuts Marketing Service for Network Members

Referred by PREFERRED helps participating clinics market to physicians in their area by announcing the services that the physical, occupational, or speech therapy practice provides and the insurance plans that they accept, in an effort to encourage physicians to refer patients to their therapy practice.