September 8 marks World Physical Therapy Day, an event which is intended to highlight the unity and solidarity of the global physical therapy community and serve as an opportunity to recognize the work physical therapists do for patients and the community.
The ADA Legacy Tour is scheduled to stop at Abilities Expo Boston September 5 to 7.
Ottobock’s Science Center Berlin recently marked its 5-anniversary, more than 525,000 visitors have explored the center since its inauguration in June 2009 by Hans Georg Näder, president and CEO, Ottobock, according to a company news release.
According to researchers at the University of Minnesota, they have developed an animal research model for facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD); the model’s intended use centers on muscle regeneration research, as well as studies of the effectiveness of potential therapies for FSHD.
MemorialCare Rehabilitation Institute at Long Beach Memorial has been accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for a 3-year period for its inpatient rehabilitation program, according to a recent news release.
A growing fall prevention technology available through AvaSure has reportedly been rolled out in a wide variety of the nation’s hospitals and systems.
An American Academy of Neurology (AAN) news release states that a new treatment researchers are currently investigating for multiple sclerosis (MS), is reported to be safe and tolerable in phase I clinical trials.
Experts delve into the multifaceted nature of cloud-based software systems, offering insight for existing users and key considerations when transition is on the horizon.
MJM International Corporation’s All Terrain/Beach Wheelchair (Deluxe) is built to allow users to enjoy the outdoors, and features high flotation heavy-duty wheels and a frame engineered to be lightweight and rustproof.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) reports that according to a recent article in co.Exist, running blades (such as those worn by Oscar Pistorious) are undergoing redesign efforts that could help more athletes participate in the Olympics. The article reports that the new design meets Olympic regulations and could be seen in the 2016 games.