Tag: occupational therapy

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New Clinical Practice Guideline for Shoulder Pain Makes the Case Against Surgery

Should patients experiencing chronic, atraumatic shoulder pain for three or more months undergo surgery? A new paper recently published in the BMJ advises strongly against it. […]

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Five Interview Questions You Should Ask the Clinic Manager

Earlier, we talked about key interview questions for hiring clinic managers to ask clinical job candidates. Now, let’s explore the […]

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Animal Assisted Therapy Fetches Better Patient Outcomes

The dog-tor will see you now. We’ve all seen service dogs in airports and other public spaces for quite some […]

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Successful Injured Worker Rehab Starts Before the Intake Interview

Improve your workers’ comp rehab. When working workers’ comp cases, we generally think of the intake interview as the first […]

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Burn Rehabilitation: Not Just Skin Deep

Can you tell when a burn injury still needs rehabilitation, even if the skin color has returned to normal? Clinicians […]

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Prenatal PT and OT: How Europe Does It

This blog was submitted by TherapySpark subscriber Wynnet Sinclair, Instructor of MOT Programs at the University of St. Augustine for […]