Activity-based protocols for back pain - such as the one at New England Baptist Hospital - challenge conventional thinking, but the outcomes are speaking for themselves.
(photo by Kyle Kielinski)
Profiling a small yet integral specialization on the rehabilitation spectrum - driver rehabilitation, which keeps clients independent and engaged.
Dramatic photos reveal the potential of elastic therapeutic tape to reduce bruising and swelling in a post-surgical patient.
It's an exciting time in neurorehabilitation. Therapists working with functionally compromised patients can harness new research to improve gait outcomes.
For this New York City PT, low-level laser therapy is proving to be the secret weapon in helping people with chronic pelvic pain.
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Gait Training for Stroke: Clinicians at Memorial Rehabilitation Institute in Florida are lining up to incorporate new gait training equipment that's resulting in remarkable outcomes for patients post-stroke. With approximately 4 million Americans living with the effects of stroke, restoring functional gait is a primary rehabilitation concern.