PT professionals and sport scientists who treat competitive swimmers often focus as much on technique corrections as rehabilitation.
By Brian W. Ferrie
Professionally prescribed lower extremity braces can correct a range of gait disorders.
By Danielle Bullen
Today's pediatric wheelchairs have evolved from the clunky designs of the 1980s.
By Lauren Rosen, PT, MPT, MSMS, ATP/SMS
A top-down therapy approach for children with developmental coordination disorder.
By Brian Scott Hoppestad, PT, MS, EdD
Ensuring clinical competency in the respiratory care of medically complex patients.
By Barbara Garrett, PT, NCS, Lauren Snowdon, PT, DPT, and Jessica Stephens, PT, DPT
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
Thanks to Therapists
Your Cloud Security Checklist
Physical Activity for Alzheimer's Disease
This fall, the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania will open its new eight-story, $47.5 million Center for Rehabilitation Education, housing the departments of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and exercise science. Learn about how the school made such a significant investment and its expected impact.