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  1. Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Association Adds New Certified Coaches Feature to Enhance BlogRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2012 | 24-7 Press Release

    Recently expanding its blog to include a new feature on certified mixed martial arts coaches, the Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Association's blog now highlights coaches, success stories and new sources of education on mixed martial arts strength and conditioning. Mixed martial arts or MMA continues to skyrocket in global popularity, inciting more athletes and coaches to learn more about MMA certification programs and workouts.

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  2. PT and OT Stand Out in 2016 'Best Jobs' RankingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Advance

    Every year, professionals, students and prospective students across the country eagerly await "The 100 Best Jobs" ranking published by U.S. News & World Report . The just-released 2016 list offers great reason for physical and occupational therapy professionals to feel proud, and for students to feel optimistic about pursuing careers in these fields.

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  3. Human shoulders evolved to throw, some better than othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    NFL quarterbacks make it look so easy -- and in an evolutionary sense perhaps it is. Scientists say the human shoulder evolved to throw things, unlike those of our ape cousins, whose anatomy is more adapted to swinging from trees than hurling coconuts.

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  4. WebPT Launches Integrated Patient Outcomes Tracking ProductRead the original story

    Yesterday | Freshnews

    WebPT, the leading web-based electronic medical record solution for physical, occupational and speech therapists, today announced the official launch of WebPT Outcomes, a first-of-its-kind patient outcomes tracking and analysis platform. Using data collected through built-in outcome measurement tools , WebPT Outcomes generates visual reports and detailed, comparative summaries that analyze performance at the patient, therapist, clinic and company levels.

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  5. Construction is currently in progress to some areas of The Aspen Club.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Aspen Times

    The decision by The Aspen Club, which will close for eight to 10 months starting in April, to have its members pay a mandatory monthly fee to work out at other facilities is getting a mixed reception. The Aspen Club has partnered with several other fitness facilities where members can work out at a monthly rate of $90, which is half what most members pay each month, said Aspen Club director Tim Power Smith.

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  6. St. Thomas More Hospital's Orthopaedic Services grows to meet needs of communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper

    St. Thomas More Hospital's orthopaedic surgery team has expanded to include Dr. Keith Minihane, Eve Schoenefeld, certified physician assistant, Dr. Lee McFadden and Dr. Jacob Patterson. Their office is located at 933 Sell Ave., next to the Arkansas Valley Surgery Center.

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  7. Mid-Life Falls May Be Linked to Later Parkinson'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PsychCentral

    New research finds that Parkinson's patients have a higher risk of injuries and hip fractures from falls up to 26 years before being diagnosed with the disease. Swedish researchers believe the higher proportion of fall-related injuries can partly be explained by reduced balance, which could be a significant early sign of illness.

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  8. Redmond Regional Medical Center names Rome man associate administratorRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Rome News

    Gleason began working at Redmond in 2000 as a staff physical therapist. During his tenure, Gleason has taken on numerous responsibilities at Redmond and has received internal promotions including director of therapy services and patient experience officer.

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  9. Does Winning Lend Itself to Cheating?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PsychCentral

    A new study from Israel finds that people who win a competition are more likely to cheat or act dishonestly in the future. Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have published their findings online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences .

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  10. Knocking on doors in New HampshireRead the original story

    Yesterday | GantDaily.com

    There are some things you might never know if you've never gone door knocking for a political campaign, in January, in New Hampshire. For example, how to scale a steep driveway covered in ice and talk to a woman about voting for Hillary Clinton who doesn't want to talk you because she has a burning pancake on the stove.

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  11. H.S. indoor track: Heights' Brian Moran sizzles in 55Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthJersey.com

    And even though he played running back in six games for Group 1 playoff-qualifying Hasbrouck Heights, he was able to finish only two games because the injury wasn't healed. "I was really scared it would last all year and ruin my track season, too," said Moran, a talented sprinter/pole vaulter for the small-school powerhouse.

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  12. Holy Name cancer teams treat the whole patientRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthJersey.com

    Dr. Raul Parra, a urologic oncologist and medical director of the Regional Cancer Center at Holy Name Medical Center, believes teams of cancer specialists should work together to create individualized treatment plans for each cancer patient. U ntil recently, a cancer diagnosis was often considered a death sentence.

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  13. What do U.S. women's national team players make?Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Soccer America

    The Memorandum of Understanding at issue in the lawsuit U.S. Soccer filed against the U.S. Women's National Team Players Association contains in great detail the salaries, bonuses, benefits and perks of women's national team players, both with the national team and in the NWSL. U.S. Soccer agreed to keep 24 women's national team players under contract, including a minimum of 18 with Tier 1 salaries of $72,000, plus Tier 2 players making $51,000 and Tier 3 players at $36,000.

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  14. Faith and Football: Carmel movie studio releases '23 Blast' nationwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | Monterey County Herald

    CARMEL >> Not all movies are nail-biting, edge-of-your seat productions - unless you are one of the film's producers. As the hours and minutes and seconds count down before Friday's 600-screen release of "23 Blast," it's a good bet that Carmel's Denise Bueno is experiencing a level of drama and suspense unfamiliar to your average moviegoer.

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  15. Marlton Recreation Council Chooses M and MRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Patch.com

    M&M Physical Therapy announced today that it has been named a preferred provider of concussion baseline testing for 5,000 youth athletes by the Marlton Recreation Council. The council recently decided to unanimously recommend that all of its athletes ages 10 and older receive baseline testing before the start of its spring season in March.

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  16. Why is calcific tendinitis so painful?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder, typically characterized by calcium deposits on the rotator cuff, is an extremely painful condition that can severely impair movement and life quality. A new study appearing in today's issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery , found a significant increase in blood vessel and pain receptor growth among patients with this condition.

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  17. Learn to Change Lives At ICCMO! TMJ, "The Great Imposter" Amazing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Improved Quality of Life: These are actual patient testimonial videos of outstanding improvements in quality of life with Neuromuscular Treatment of TMJ and Pain Disorders. Hear about recovery from a patient a Mayo Clinic MD told her was hopeless.

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  18. Boulder workout: Swiss BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Camera

    Lynch began teaching after she retired as a physical therapist from a chronic pain clinic, where Swiss Balls were successfully used. Her clinic applied Swiss Ball techniques taught by Joanne Posner-Mayer, the first therapist to introduce the balls to the Denver area.

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  19. Hold on to your shovelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Examiner.com

    Are you planning on storing away your shovel after Punxsutawney Phil failed to see his shadow? Before you heed to the old folklore just remember back to 2013 when the ground hog predicted an early spring instead extreme cold and snow blanketed the East Coast way into March. Just in case our rodent friend is wrong here are few unusual tips and tricks to keep you safe until spring arrives.

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  20. Still Trying To Sleep Months After My Husband DiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Switched

    Tiredness won't come. No matter how much I run around during the day, I don't get drowsy.

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