Tag: research

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Magnetic Brain Stimulation May Improve Stroke Patients’ Health

Therapy professionals always strive to deliver the best care to their patients. In today’s fast-paced world, that means keeping up […]

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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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Researchers Reveal New Discovery in Paralympics Physiology

Watching any sporting event, you can see the hard work the athletes put into each step. You know the athletes […]

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New Upper Extremity Techniques and CPT Coding

Hand therapists, raise your hands! We want you to get the most out of your BTE equipment. That means exploring […]

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Gauging Your Clinic’s Growth Potential by Asking One Simple Question

  As a business, it’s vital to keep tabs on your customers’ impressions. With low satisfaction, chances are high they […]

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Isokinetics’ Relevance in a Modern Clinic

When therapists and trainers first adopted isokinetic systems, they praised its unique capabilities. Over time, isotonic systems offered advantages to challenge […]