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  1. Maniaci attends continuing education coursesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    The American Massage Conference held in Tinley Park focused on various hands-on and informational sessions including deep tissue techniques, trigger points, scar release therapy and pediatric touch therapy. The Multiple Point Stimulation Ultimate Pain Therapy conference held in Ocala, Florida, focused on learning advanced treatment strategies to assist in managing complex orthopedic dysfunctions for each region of the body, including chronic pain.

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  2. Bodytech--The Leading Health Club Brand In Latin America--Launches RealRyder Indoor Cycling ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Bodytech Corporation, the preeminent full-service health club with 140+ locations spanning across three Latin American countries , has announced the launch of its first RealRyder Indoor Cycling Program in Bogota. Known for the "un-stationary" multi-planar movement that allows riders to better simulate outdoor riding mechanics, the RealRyder Bikes are providing Bodytech members with a more premium indoor cycling experience.

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  3. Ron LoCicero Recognized by Worldwide Branding for Excellence in Physical TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Ron LoCicero, Physical Therapist for NCH Healthcare System, has been recognized by Worldwide Branding for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in physical therapy. As a physical therapist, Mr. LoCicero is most gratified when he sees his patients recover and get back to their normal lives after orthopedic injuries or surgeries.

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  4. Emotional Complexity is a Good TraitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | PsychCentral

    On a global landscape including 16 cultures, researchers shows found emotional complexity is common among people living in different parts of the world. Specifically, University of Waterloo researchers examined how people vary in their tendency to see situations as either all good or all bad, or in a more complex fashion by seeing a little of both.

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  5. Lynn Steenberg on leadership: Embrace everyone's different talents as a strengthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | The Post-Standard

    Lynn Steenberg is president and CEO of Sports PT. She says: "I believe in research.

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  6. Aussie Para-Alpine Development Team returns to PowderhornRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    Michael Milton, coach for the Australian Para-Alpine Team, collects race gates after a training session at Powderhorn Mountain Resort on Tuesday. The team is using the resort for a seven-week training camp.

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  7. Minnesota plumber's daughter shows off her pipes in 'Rusalka'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | TwinCities

    Kelly Kaduce returns to the role of Rusalka. Her character is a water nymph who falls for a human prince.

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  8. New CU clinic's integrated approach to performance and healing new to ColoradoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 16 | Denver Post

    On any given day, on the second floor of the new University of Colorado Sports Medicine and Performance Center, an elite cyclist is pedaling furiously in the biomechanics lab as his lactate production is measured. A few steps away, a 50-year-old man prepares to submerse himself in a swim flume, learning to walk again after shattering his pelvis.

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  9. When a medical catastrophe strikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2015 | HEALTH'Sass

    Last evening, I was watching a favorite show--Alaska: The Last Frontier--about the Kilcher family whose patriarch founded their homestead in Alaska many decades ago. Basically, it concerns the hunting and ingenious living of two older brothers and their spouses and several of their sons and theirs.

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  10. Baseline concussion screenings could impact local sportsRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 | WKTV

    Dr. James Wallace, who is a physical therapist at Sitrin, was conducting a brand new wave of concussion protocol screenings at Mount Markham Middle School. The physical therapist plans to help local athletes from suffering any head injuries.

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  11. TexPTS Moves Westlake Location to Westlake Athletic and Community CenterRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 13 | PRWeb

    Texas Physical Therapy Specialists is proud to announce the relocation of their Westlake clinic on January 4, 2016. The clinic, which was formerly located at 3201 Bee Caves Road, can now be found in the Westlake Athletic and Community Center at 4300 Westbank Drive and is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. and Tuesday and Thursday from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. Although the location has changed, staff seeing patients from the WACC will still include Clinic Director JD Whittemore , PT, DPT, SCS, Elise Ruffin, PT, DPT, CSCS, and Ryan Wooley, PT, DPT, CSCS.

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  12. Vertigo ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Herald Gazette

    Join physical therapist Nancy Coyne, MSPT, of Pen Bay Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation at the Picker Family Resource Center, 756 Commercial St., Rockport, as she offers hope for those dealing with vertigo and dizziness. Coyne has expertise in the emerging field of vestibular rehabilitation therapy, an exercise-based program designed to train the nervous system to compensate for inner-ear deficits.She will explain the various causes of vertigo and how VRT can help control, and often even eliminate the associated symptoms.

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  13. Vertigo and Dizziness: What You Should KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Herald Gazette

    Relief for those suffering from vertigo and dizziness may not be as impossible to achieve as you think. Join physical therapist Nancy Coyne of Pen Bay Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation as she offers hope for those dealing with this frustrating - and sometimes dangerous - condition.

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  14. Motion control running shoes prevent injuries in someRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 12 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Runners with flat feet or whose feet roll inward may want to invest in running shoes with motion control to help prevent injuries, according to a study from Luxembourg. Running shoes with motion control features reduced injuries by about half, but that benefit was limited to runners whose feet rolled inward, which is typical for people with flat feet.

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  15. Siblings treated at West Texas Rehab CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | KSWO

    Each week, families take their children to the West Texas Rehab Center in Abilene to receive therapy in hopes their child will leave a little stronger than they came. Three-year-old Riggan Smith was born with spina bifida, although you can't tell by the way he's actively playing around.

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  16. New Health and Rehabilitation Center Opening in Albemarle Co.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | NBC29

    "We get orthopedic patients that have had hip replacements, total knee replacements, hip fractures, strokes, amputees, general medical patients that just aren't ready to go back home yet," said Stacy Seibert, a physical therapist at AHRC "There's a transformative model in the industry that is grouping patients together in smaller communities, and we're doing that same exact thing right here," AHRC Administrator Jeremiah Davis said. The facility is divided in to four 'neighborhood,' with 30 private rooms in each neighborhood.

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  17. Researchers in Chicago train fitness trackers to spot cheatersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Daily Mail

    You may be able to lie to your doctor about how much you exercise each week, but you can't lie to your fitness tracker-at least, not anymore. This could allow healthcare providers and insurance companies to get a more accurate scope of a patient's exercise habits Shaking your phone while binge-watching TV may once have passed as a brisk walk for standard smartphone fitness trackers, but the new system can differentiate between what's real exercise, and what isn't.

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  18. DJO Global Schedules Call to Discuss Empi Restructuring CostsRead the original story

    Jan 12, 2016 | Business Wire

    Dial In: 394-8509 643-6833) and use reservation code 22322226. Please dial in 5 to 10 minutes prior to scheduled start time.

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  19. Rehab company to pay $125 million to settle false claims allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Business Insurance

    Nursing home therapy giant RehabCare has agreed to pay the government $125 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging it knowingly caused facilities it contracted with to inappropriately bill Medicare for services. Attempts to reach RehabCare and its parent company, Kentucky-based Kindred Healthcare, for comment were not immediately successful Tuesday morning.

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  20. New businesses ringing in new yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Marshall County Tribune-Courier

    By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager [email protected] Several new businesses have set up shop just in time for the new year in Marshall County. Kody's Designs and Paint Studio will open Jan. 15 at 3175 U.S. Hwy 641 North across from Central Elementary in Draffenville for customers looking for a creative outlet.

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