Research conducted by Johns Hopkins indicates that better-educated individuals may be significantly more likely to recover from a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Miles O’Brien, a veteran freelance broadcast and Web journalist, has been elected by the Amputee Coalition to its Board of Directors.
Scientists from the Burke Medical Research Institute were among the authors of a recent research paper centered on nerve fiber growth and regeneration in the central nervous system following injury.
Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services (HHS) secretary, recently announced the release of new, privacy-protected data regarding services and procedures provided to Medicare beneficiaries by physicians and other healthcare professionals in 2012; included in the dataset were service locations such as military treatment facilities, comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation, and skilled nursing facilities.
A new computer tool engineered to ensure quicker care and treatment for stroke patients has been developed by researchers, according to a news release from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU).
The RESNA 2014 Annual Conference – Racing Towards Excellence in AT is slated for June 11 to 15 in Indianapolis.
An advanced course presents key strategies for treating geriatric patients with pain, orthopedic dysfunctions, balance deficits, and general debility.
A reaching aid engineered to accommodate individuals with spinal injuries, severe arthritis, wrist deformities, or minimally functional trunk musculature is available through Maddak Inc.
The latest posts on From the Roots: Clinician’s Blog call into question a recent Disney ride protocol change for individuals with disabilities and their families and remind therapists to remain fresh and engaged for patients who, in the midst of personal trauma, may be forced to act as their only healthcare advocate. The blog is sponsored by TiLite.
BMS Practice Solutions’ new RevFlow iPad app is designed to improve efficiency for physical therapy providers.