Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Protecting Young BodiesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Advance

    Physical therapists are seeing an influx of youth athletes in their practices for a simple reason: too much activity, too soon, for too long. As more children in the United States participate in year-round organized sports, some of the smallest players are treated for sports overuse injuries.

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  2. Teach swimming to save livesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Post and Courier

    Shannon Walsh O'Brien , who retired as a public school teacher in 2011 after 28 years in the classroom, and physical therapist Mark Rutledge created the Lowcountry Aquatics Project in 2013. To the great relief of many Charleston County residents, more and more children from disadvantaged backgrounds have been given the chance to learn how to swim over the past few years.

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  3. Young injured athletes benefit from extended therapyRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | KETV-TV

    Everyone hates to be sidelined by injuries, especially young athletes. But without proper rehabilitation, kids are much more likely to hurt themselves again, experts said.

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  4. Dona t stress out about stress fractures - 9:30 pm updated:Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Sampson Independent

    A stress fracture, also known as a fatigue-induced fracture, consists of one or more small cracks in the bone. It is associated with a pattern of overuse, commonly seen in the lower extremity in athletes.

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  5. Branstad, Reynolds release Medicaid data showing patients have more choice, accessRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KCRG

    Iowa's Medicaid patients have more access, choice and accountability. That's according to Governor Terry Branstad and Lt.

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  6. Features 1 hour ago 4:29 p.m.Di'lishi Frozen Yogurt Bar in Lenoir...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WBIR-TV Knoxville

    A frozen yogurt shop in East Tennessee just celebrated its one year anniversary. It not only serves treats, but also serves the community.

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  7. Charleston County School Board votes to save Pattisona s AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Post and Courier

    Physical therapist Shauna Noelcke works with Javon, 11, on posture and controlled head movement during class Thursday, April 28, 2016 at Pattison's Academy for Comprehensive Education. The academy opened in 2010 and is the only charter school in the state that serves children with complex and multiple disabilities.

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  8. Why wandering workouts are worth your timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Florida Today

    Why wandering workouts are worth your time Surf trips. Marathons in all 50 states.

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  9. Photos: Fitness-inspired travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Florida Today

    Photos: Fitness-inspired travel After their tandem surf session, Ed and Kymmie Martinez of Cocoa Beach climbed Diamond Head Mountain in Honolulu, HI. Check out this story on floridatoday.com: http://on.flatoday.com/2a1ny1K Dick White, a physical therapist from Cocoa Beach, has run a marathon in all 50 states.

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  10. Running Doc: How to deal with Achilles tendonitisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New York Daily News

    For the past 5 years I have had what my sports doctor called left Achilles tendonitis. He told me to do two calf wall stretches and that's it.

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  11. Know all about beer? The Smithsonian may hire youRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Greenwich Citizen

    Loggers, roofers and garbage collectors are some of the professions that have seen the greatest number of deaths on the job from 2006-2013. The Smithsonian Museum is in need of a historian or scholar for their American Brewing History Initiative.

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  12. The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Darien News-Review

    Loggers, roofers and garbage collectors are some of the professions that have seen the greatest number of deaths on the job from 2006-2013. The Smithsonian Museum is in need of a historian or scholar for their American Brewing History Initiative.

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  13. Living with scoliosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newsday

    What is scoliosis? Scoliosis is when a spine is crooked. There are two types of curves, the S-curve and the C-curve.

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  14. People with Parkinsona s fight back by throwing punchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Wichita Eagle

    Larry Miles takes part in a boxing class at Valor Martial Arts. The gym offers a program called Rock Steady Boxing, which is a workout tailored for people afflicted with Parkinson's disease.

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  15. Golfing with back painRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KCRG

    Between 30 and 50 percent of all golfers will struggle with back and neck pain. Many of them avoid surgery because they're afraid their performance will suffer.

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  16. Background Noise Hamper Toddlers' Ability to LearnRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PsychCentral

    Environmental factors affect a child's learning ability. More precisely, the kind and form of extraneous stimulation influence what children learn and how they learn.

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  17. BWW Review: Thought-Provoking Redder Blood Premieres at The Hub TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Hub Theatre's REDDER BLOOD, co-produced with the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia, is many things: a dysfunctional family drama, a romantic sitcom, and a philosophical exploration. But what it does most successfully is encourage thought-provoking discussion about the vast topics it covers.

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  18. Physical Declines Begin in the 50'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PsychCentral

    A new Duke Health study has depressing news for many as researchers discovered physical declines begin sooner in life than typically detected, often when people are still in their 50s. The findings suggest that efforts to maintain basic strength and endurance should begin before age 50. A fitness regimen instigated early mid-life is recommended as it provides an individual the opportunity to preserve the skills that keep people mobile and independent later in life.

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  19. Dynamic Edge Physiotherapy Coming To WiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Weston Daily Voice

    Dynamic Edge Physiotherapy is opening its first physical therapy center across the street from Wilton High School on Monday, July 25. Located across at 396 Danbury Road in Wilton, Dynamic Edge Physiotherapy will provide physical therapy, orthopedic rehabilitation, sports medicine, neuromuscular rehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal exams. Patrick Buckley, who has been working as a physical therapist for more than five years, is chief executive officer of Dynamic Edge Physiotherapy.

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  20. Staying injury free in the gymRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Journal Gazette

    You've resolved to get in shape, you're going to the gym regularly, you're on a roll and then: "A lot of the time, soft-tissue injuries happen when you progress too quickly load too much, too soon," says Justin Mullner, a sports medicine doctor and team physician for the soccer team D.C. United.

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