Tag: research

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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 […]

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BTE Makes an Impact in the Clinic, on the Field, on the Job, and in Everyday Life

Since 1979, BTE’s focus is getting your patients better. More completely, more fully back to total function, and more efficiently.