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  1. U-M researchers find adults with cerebral palsy more likely to have chronic conditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | EurekAlert!

    A new study from the University of Michigan finds adults with cerebral palsy are more likely to have secondary chronic health conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, than adults without cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a pediatric neurodevelopmental disorder caused by damage to the brain, generally before birth.


  2. Somers Teen Closes In On $10K To Raise Awareness About ArthritisRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Mount Vernon Daily Voice

    Jared Heller of Somers has fought arthritis since he was a toddler. Now, the 14-year-old Somers High School freshman is closing in on his goal of $10,000 to help raise awareness about arthritis.


  3. Physix Gear Launches Fitness Resistance Loop Bands For AthletesRead the original story

    20 hrs ago |

    Physix Gear Sports is a retailer of quality athletic and fitness aids and equipment. The company wants to inform customers about the various uses of their Fitness Resistance Loop Bands for athletes and fitness enthusiasts.


  4. Activity, Activity, Activity: Rethinking Our Physical Therapy Approach to Cerebral PalsyRead the original story

    Yesterday | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. This perspective outlines the theoretical basis for the presentation with the same name as the second part of this title, which was given at the III STEP conference in July 2005.


  5. 1 of Jacksonville's first conjoined twins leaves Wolfson Children's HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Florida Times-Union

    Michelle Brantley holds Conner, one of her formerly conjoined twin sons. The boys have been at Wolfson Children's Hospital since shortly after birth, but Conner was discharged Monday and taken to Brooks Rehabilitation for physical therapy.


  6. Behavior Modification Wearable Wins Inaugural Logic PD Digital Product Innovation ChallengeRead the original story

    Monday | Business Wire

    The grand prize winner of the six-week program is HabitAware , a behavior modification wearable that alerts the user when they are performing nervous or anxious behaviors. Born from the developer's personal struggle, the device helps individuals with Trichotillomania and other body-focused repetitive behaviors by creating awareness of the undesirable action.


  7. Alexandria council to consider raising its payRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Washington Post

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  8. Minot girls learn about science careers in after-school clubRead the original story

    Sunday | Washington Times

    Many children have watched an admired older teenager go through physical therapy after an injury, but weren't quite sure what is involved in the recovery process. On Nov. 23, Jim Hill Middle School sixth grader Brekkyn Meigs said she saw what it takes "to get back into the game."


  9. Alternate Medicine - Try Reflexology to Relieve StressRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Times of Oman

    Reflexology is an ancient alternate medical practice, thought to have been passed down through tradition, as early as 2330BC along with other medical procedures. It deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands, which correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body.


  10. Predicting the Probability for Falls in Community-Dwelling Older AdultsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 29 | CiteULike

    Background and Purpose. The objective of this retrospective case-control study was to develop a model for predicting the likelihood of falls among community-dwelling older adults.


  11. Amedisys Home Health wins honorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 28 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Retired teacher Lady Sellers, center, poses with her physical therapist/orthopedic therapist Adam Jones, left, and her nurse Beth Parsons, right. Jones and Parsons are just two from a team home care providers with Spring Hill's Amedisys Home Health.


  12. PCH/FMC Welcomes Doctor of Physical TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 28 | Tribune-Star

    Paris Community Hospital/Family Medical Center welcomes Paris native Annie Wooten , doctor of physical therapy , to its Rehabilitation Services Department. As a physical therapist, Wooten evaluates, designs and implements personalized plans of care for patients who require physical therapy services.


  13. Job Spotlight: Jewell Rowell, speech-language pathologist at R&R RehabilitationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 28 |

    Columbus speech-language pathologist treats both young and old, between 10 and 14 patients each day, at R&R Rehabilitation in Columbus. Blowing bubbles to help stimulate the cognitive abilities of her pediatric patients is among the tools of her profession, as is the use of iPads and other computer-generated activities.


  14. Empower Me site plan OK'd by Planning CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 28 | Lebanon Democrat

    The Lebanon Planning Commission approved the site plan for potential Empower Me Center on Tuesday. The facility would serve as the new home to Empower Me Day Camp.


  15. Physical therapist helping patientRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    13. Physical therapists Average hours typically worked a week: 37.43 Median earned income: $63,000 What they do: Assess, plan, organize, and participate in rehabilitative programs that improve mobility, ... more 12. Postsecondary teachers Average hours typically worked a week: 37.16 Median earned income: $45,000 What they do: Teach courses to undergraduate or graduate students. 12. Postsecondary teachers Average hours typically worked a week: 37.16 Median earned income: $45,000 What they do: Teach courses to undergraduate or graduate students.


  16. Physical therapy Airmen provide healing touchRead the original story

    Friday Nov 27 | PressReleasePoint

    Staff Sgt. Amber Coley, a 4th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapy technician, demonstrates an exercise for Tech.


  17. 5 New Places to Check Out in Denver This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | 303 Magazine

    At the start of every holiday season, I find myself yearning for familiarity. Come December, I'll begin to frequent the same haunts-making my rounds from the little Uptown bar perpetually aglow with the sticky red haze of its haphazardly strung christmas lights, to the warm Italian trattoria with windows that crust with fog from the heat of its crowded dining room.


  18. Feel the Force: the fans who live and breathe 'Star Wars'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | The China Post

    Michael Bender was hooked by age two. Jennifer Landa got the bug when she was nearly six.


  19. Pregnancy Can Mean Mental Health Risk for Dads TooRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | PsychCentral

    A new Australian study finds that women are not alone when it comes to mental health issues during pregnancy and the time around and after birth. Although it is well-recognized that 20 percent of women will suffer from perinatal and postpartum mood disorders, a new review finds that anxiety and depression also occur in around 1 in 10 men.


  20. Allegheny Health Network's home care program aims to cut hospital readmission ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 |

    Margaret Cerra was discharged from Allegheny General Hospital after hip replacement surgery in October and a nurse was at her door the next day. The nurse examined the incision site and instructed Mrs. Cerra about the signs of infection to watch for.