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  1. Surgery May Be Best Treatment Option for Multidirectional Shoulder DislocationsRead the original story

    Friday Jul 10 | Newswise

    While multidirectional instability of the shoulder has been traditionally treated without surgery, research presented today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL, shows surgery is also effective for this type of dislocation. "We examined 41 athletes who received arthroscopic surgery for MDI, and noted 73% returned to play at equal or only slightly lower level than before the injury," commented M. Brett Raynor, MD, lead author from Steadman Philippon Research Institute Program.

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  2. No Need to Treat Stable Meniscus Tears During ACL Surgery, New Research ShowsRead the original story

    Friday Jul 10 | Newswise

    While athletes undergoing anterior cruciate ligament surgery often have an additional meniscus injury, treating these tears at the same time may not be necessary. Research presented today by the MOON Knee Group at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Annual Meeting in Orlando shows positive results for meniscal tears that were deemed stable and left alone at the time of ACL reconstruction.

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  3. New therapy at St. Lukea s to help patients with Parkinsona sRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | KCRG

    Stephen Mally/The Gazette Mike Van Horn of Cedar Rapids and physical therapist Amy Yotty on Wednesday demonstrate some of the exercises from the new LSVT Big therapy program at UnityPoint-Health St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids. Van Horn was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease two years ago, and the therapy is designed to “retrain the brain” and lessen symptoms of the disease.

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  4. Laura Anderson: The Power of a TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Competitor Magazine

    Running is often seen as an individual sport. On race day, it's you and your own two feet that get you across the finish line.

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  5. Motiva LLC v. Nintendo Co. Ltd. Case DismissedRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Patent Arcade

    This case was terminated on June 19, 2014. The parties settled their claims in an out of court settlement agreement.

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  6. Man's memory loss tests local couple's marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | KBCI CBS 2

    Sonya Lea married the man she met at her high school dance in Canada more than 30 years ago. But without photographs and stories, Richard Bandy doesn't remember his childhood, their relationship or two adult children.

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  7. Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation offers hot tips to keep kids safe and cool this summerRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Medical News Today

    As summer unfolds, more children are playing outdoors, and taking to the streets on bicycles, scooter, skates and skateboards. While these activities provide important exercise, they also bring an increased risk of injury.

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  8. WOD Nation Foam Roller Gets More Positive ReviewsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Emailwire.com

    The WOD Nation Black High Density Foam Roller is a tool used to assist in myofascial trigger point release. It has been getting 5-star reviews from customers because of its ability to relieve muscle pain and soreness.

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  9. Analytica Strengthens US Commercialization Of Pericoach, Executing...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | BioSpace

    Analytica Ltd and electrical stimulation products for clinical and home use, and exhibits at American Physical Therapist Association Women's Health Section continuing education seminars reaching 300+ pelvic health physical therapists annually. The APTA Women's Health Section has over 2300 members and holds a range of training courses across the US.

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  10. High school students get hands-on exposure to medical fieldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | This Week Community News

    The inaugural OU+REACH camp at the Ohio University Dublin campus taught 23 central Ohio students about health-care jobs, including the duties of MedFlight helicopter pilots. The human heart might have won out over the helicopter when it came to favorite parts of a two-day summer camp at Ohio University's Dublin campus.

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  11. Sleep Quality Affects Mood in Bipolar WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | PsychCentral

    Sleep problems are common in people with bipolar disorder, and poor sleep quality and bipolar disorder appear to exacerbate each other. Previous research shows that poor sleep quality is a symptom of depressive and manic episodes, and that lack of sleep can trigger mania, explain researchers at Penn State College of Medicine and University of Michigan Medical School.

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  12. Bisexuals Report Poorer HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | PsychCentral

    A new investigation of self-reported health status finds that bisexual males and females report poorer health than gays, lesbians and heterosexuals. Sociologists at Rice University reviewed the self-rated health of 10,128 sexual minorities and 405,145 heterosexual adults to see how it differed across sexual orientation.

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  13. Hospitals add 'Medically-Oriented Gyms'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | WPTV Local News

    "We're kind of a mixture of a regular gym and a physical therapy gym," says exercise program coordinator Jon Young. "If you're training to run a marathon you can come here or if you just had hip replacement you can come here and get your exercise too."

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  14. Professional Physical Therapy Acquires Copiague's South Bay Sports & Physical Therapy, P.C.Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | PRWeb

    Professional Physical Therapy , an award-winning leading provider of physical therapy and rehabilitation clinics throughout New York and New Jersey, acquired South Bay Sports & Physical Therapy , located in Copiague, New York, incorporating it into its portfolio of state-of-the-art clinics. At this most recent member of the Professional family, patients can expect an expert team of licensed physical therapists who provide customized treatment plans.

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  15. Care From The Heart, LLCRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Cape Cod Times

    With the large population of retirees and elders on cape cod, rachael hicks, has seen a growing need for supplemental care.

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  16. DJO Global Completes Acquisition of Certain Assets from Zimmer and BiometRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Business Wire

    DJO Global's surgical division closes deal to acquire Biomet Cobalta Bone Cement, OptivacA Cement Mixing Accessories, SoftPaca Pouch and DiscoveryA Elbow System in the U.S. )--DJO Global, Inc. , a leading global provider of medical device solutions for musculoskeletal health, vascular health and pain management, announced today that its subsidiary Encore Medical, L.P., dba DJO Surgical, has closed on the previously announced acquisition of assets from Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc., including the Biomet Cobalta Bone Cement, OptivacA Cement Mixing Accessories, SoftPaca Pouch and DiscoveryA Elbow System for the U.S. marketplace.

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  17. Doctors: Babies spending too much time in 'containers'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | KETV-TV

    Doctors say spending too much time in containers, such as carseats, strollers, bumbo seats and bouncers, is causing developmental issues for babies, leading to more time in physical therapy. "His preference was to only look to the left, which means he has a right torticollis," pediatric physical therapist Stacy Lerner said.

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  18. Expert Advice: Youa re Only As Strong As Your Weakest Muscle GroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Phillymag.com

    If you're a regular gym goer, it's easy to get stuck in the habit of thinking about each muscle in isolation, and working them that way. But this approach causes muscle imbalances: When demands placed on one muscle are too heavy to bear, another less suitable muscle will take over to support the weight.

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  19. Stanley Cup Made Appearance at Evanston Hospital Tuesday MorningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Patch.com

    ... Cup visited patients at the hospital's Infant Special Care Unit, Women's Hospital, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Unit, Kellogg Cancer Center and the Pediatric Unit. This isn't the Cup's first appearance at Evanston Hospital, having made ...

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  20. Why You Can't Do a Pull-UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Men's Journal

    The Problem Pull-ups are one of those ubiquitous tests of strength, but a move that can humble even the toughest of men. Most who are unable to do this particular feat think the answer lies in more weights.

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