Results indicate patients who maintained their prescribed exercise routine demonstrated significant improvement in outcomes such as pain, self-reported physical function, physical performance, and self-perceived effect.
New research published in the New England Journal of Medicine this month reveal that functional and strength outcomes after ACL surgery were not supeior to intense PT rehabilitation 2 years post-injury.
The Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) has suspended the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) to PT graduates from the Philippines, Egypt, India, and Pakistan.
New rules for Insurance companies, approved by the White House yesterday, outlines no co-payments and deductibles for the following preventative visits: screenings for blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, cancer, depression, routine vaccinations, prenatal care, and regular wellness for infants and children.
Becoming more aware of our postures day to day could be the first step to help ourselves and heal our problematic joints. The second step is to be more aware of how we deal with stress, physically and mentally
The New York Times published an article in the Health section this week discussing controversial research on new treatments for patients with Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.).