National Spine & Pain Centers recently opened a new location in Cumberland, Md, headed by Ali El-Mohandes, MD. The new facility specializes in non-surgical, interventional solutions, and medication management for the treatment of pain.
Vantage Mobility International has entered into an agreement with United Services Automobile Association to make it easier for USAA members to obtain a wheelchair-accessible vehicle.
New program from MedRisk combines physical rehabilitation with complementary treatment for psychosocial barriers to promote return to activities for workers’ compensation cases.
For the fourth time in 5 years, Craig Hospital has been named a winner of the 2014 NDNQI Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality. The award recognizes the top-performing rehabilitation hospital that has achieved excellence in overall performance in nursing quality indicators.
Vantage Mobility International provided the final push in a successful effort to connect a Phoenix family and their wheelchair-bound 6-year-old daughter with a new 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan with the VMI Northstar E manual side-entry ramp conversion.
Older adult patients aren’t discharging or transferring thanks to “Code Gridlock” that has patients warehoused in nooks, crannies, and broom closets, according to the Canadian Medical Association.
Those who use and advocate for advanced physical rehabilitation technologies got a boost recently when a powerhouse panel of rehab industry experts met to discuss how to demonstrate the value of emerging neurorehabilitation technologies.
Oak Brook, Ill-based Athletico Physical Therapy is about to grow its presence in the Midwest market to 336 locations as the result of a recent acquisition deal to acquire Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers, headquartered in Chicago.
Described as a vehicle “designed specifically around those who use wheelchairs,” the MV-1 from South Bend, Ind-based Mobility Ventures LLC, has been named the first ever “Wheelchair Accessible” automobile in the National Automobile Dealers Association Commercial Truck Guide.
Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc, headquartered in Richmond, Calif, announced today that it has been awarded a P20 Exploratory Grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to continue the development of an exoskeleton prototype for children.