A quadruple amputee and his family are moving into a specially constructed “smart home” that is designed to meet the veterans needs. A ceremony Wednesday welcomed the family and their friends into their new home.
Findings from a recent study at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) showed that a daily training regimen and epidural stimulation may lay the foundation for spinal cord-injured patients to achieve greater bladder control.
Longview, Texas-headquartered Good Shepherd Medical Center announces it recently received a 3-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for its Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital (Adults) program. It is reported as the seventh consecutive Three-Year Accreditation CARF has awarded to the facility.
What is reported as the “largest retrospective study” of multiple sclerosis (MS) in uveitis patients shows nearly 60% of patients with both diseases were diagnosed with each within a five-year span. The results may unlock the door to calculating the likelihood of an MS diagnosis among uveitis patients.
Journal of Pragmatic and Observational Research has published a study on multimodal treatment programs for OsteoArthritis of the knee. Arrowhead Health Centers of Arizona is home to the leading multimodal OsteoArthritis treatment program, offering patients an alternative to knee replacement and other invasive surgeries.
The Triton could be good news to facilities exploring the market for an affordably priced therapy pool. It is the newest offering from Fall River, Mass-headquartered SwimEx Inc, to enter the commercial and residential markets with the construction qualities customers value in other SwimEx products but with a smaller price tag.
During the recent American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) annual conference in San Antonio, three graduates of the University of St Augustine for Health Sciences (USA) Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Program were recognized as fellows of the AAOMPT.
Commercial fitness and rehabilitation equipment manufacturer SCIFIT announces Adam Havig has taken on the role of controller for the Tulsa, Okla-based company. A media release from SCIFIT reports that Havig will manage the company’s accounting, finance, and information technology.
Two University of Evansville educators have developed Move2Perform as a software solution intended to help clinicians make evidence-based return-to-sport and return-to-activity decisions by categorizing patient injury risk and providing a way to objectively track progress.
A recent study of spinal cord injury (SCI) patients at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago revealed a 2% loss in leg bone mass each month, correlating with a 6.9% drop in leg bone strength. The findings suggest a decrease in mechanical strength in the legs occurs more rapidly and to a greater degree than what was previously believed.