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  1. Hawks fans put bolt of red in Lightning blueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | ChicagoSports.com

    Blackhawks fans stand out in a sea of Lightning blue during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final in Tampa on June 3, 2015. Blackhawks fans stand out in a sea of Lightning blue during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final in Tampa on June 3, 2015.

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  2. Online school gets unique certificationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Ukiah Daily Journal

    Wild Iris Medical Education, Inc., a Comptche company providing online continuing education for healthcare professionals, recently received national certification as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Astra Women's Business Alliance, a regional certifying partner of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council . Owned and managed by women continuously since it was founded in 1998, the firm decided after 16 years in business to seek official certification of its women-owned status.

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  3. Nanticoke Honors Employees for ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Cape Gazette

    At the recent 2015 Annual Employee Awards Banquet held at Heritage Shores in Bridgeville, not one, but two employees were recognized as Nanticoke Memorial Hospital's Employee of the Year. Each month Nanticoke Health Services awards one deserving employee the title of Employee of the Month.

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  4. Wellness Event on OsteoporosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Patch.com

    Sneezing is usually painless, unless it makes a bone break. Sound extreme? Even simple, everyday actions can be risky for people with serious osteoporosis.

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  5. Employment Opportunity at Advance Physical TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Seward City News

    Advanced Physical Therapy is currently accepting applications for the part-time position of PT Tech in our Seward, AK clinic. This position is an excellent entry-level opportunity in an exciting field! Tasks include but are not limited to 1) preparing patient treatment areas to ensure a safe and clean environment, 2)Inventory treatment areas for tools and supplies to ensure treatment preparedness, 3)linen supply management, 4)clinical supplies management, and 5)lecture/event set up and takedown.

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  6. ProEx Physical Therapy staff members to participate in SCORES Cup at Gillette StadiumRead the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | PR Log

    PRLog - June 5, 2015 - FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Fifteen staff members from ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine will volunteer at the SCORES Cup Boston on June 13th at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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  7. Seeking Out the Best Use of TechRead the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | MLM Business Opportunities Blog

    If you had $30,000 to invest in technology to take your business to the next level, how would you invest it? Connecting in innovative ways with customers? Managing back office operations more efficiently? Creating a whole new line of business enabled by technology? The three entrepreneurs and three startups who had the best answers were announced this year's Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs grand prize award winners by Comcast Business . The Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs program is a national competition that awards cash and consultation services to aspiring firms who are putting technology into action to grow their business and enhance profitability.

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  8. Area experts share tips on ergonomicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Manchester Journal

    And these hazards aren't reserved for professions such as law enforcement or coal mining. Whether it involves significant time on the telephone, standing for long periods of time, or a constant stare at a computer screen, your job likely entails some type of task that could lead to wear and tear on the body.

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  9. It's healthy to argue over legislating nutrition [Commentary]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | The Baltimore Sun

    The debate surrounding attempts by Howard County officials to impose nutritional standards on government facilities offers food for thought on both counts. And as public policy and what we eat both inspire passions, a proposal for a small-scale change has provoked a relatively outsized argument.

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  10. Alycea Ungaros Real Pilates program launches in Dallas, TXRead the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | PR Log

    PRLog - June 5, 2015 - DALLAS -- ALYCEA UNGARO'S REAL PILATES TEACHING TRAINING PROGRAM LAUNCHES AT PILATES METHODOLOGY IN DALLAS, TX NEW YORK, New York - Celebrity Trainer, Bestselling Author and Owner of Real Pilates, Alycea Ungaro is bringing her acclaimed Real Pilates Classical Teaching Training Program to Pilates Methodology in Dallas, TX. The Real Pilates Classical Teacher Training Program is a comprehensive 30 week program presented in over 600 hours total.

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  11. PTPN Celebrates 30th AnniversaryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 2 | Rehab Management

    Calabasas, Calif-based PTPN is celebrating its 30th anniversary as a specialty network of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology professionals in private practice. Michael Weinper, PT, DPT, MPH , a physical therapist for over 40 years, shares in a news release from PTPN that one of the goals for PTPN has been to show payors the value of physical therapy.

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  12. Rowing Machine Makeover: How PTs and Students Solve a Neuro ChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2015 | Rehab Management

    A provisional patent on the device, which has drawn interest from Concept2, a manufacturer of indoor rowers, was recently filed by the Capstone group. Physical therapists at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, spurred student-researchers at Northeastern University to develop a modified ergometer that can be used by patients affected by spastic paraplegia to perform unaided exercise.

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  13. Houston's skull-scalp transplant is just one of city's medical firstsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Chron

    Gini Tagle, Physical Therapist Assistant, and Regi Mathew, Physical Therapist Technician, complete their daily walk with transplant patient Jim Boysen at Houston Methodist Hospital on Wednesday, June 3, 2015, in Houston. Surgeons from Houston Methodist Hospital and MD Anderson Cancer Center performed the world's first skull and scalp transplant on May 22. See some of the amazing post-operation photos of Jim Boysen, and other medical breakthroughs done in Houston.

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  14. Physical therapists continue to see strong job opportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Houston Chronicle

    Besides graduating from an accredited program, states typically require of PT students a passing score on the National Physical Therapy Examination as part of the licensing requirements. In order to become a physical therapist, candidates must obtain a graduate degree, usually a doctorate in physical therapy.

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  15. Kinect app for physical therapy put to the testRead the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | MSDN Blogs

    A year ago, during the 2014 BUILD conference, we profiled Reflexion Health, a San Diego-based software startup that had developed a promising Kinect for Windows application to track physical therapy patients' exercise sessions. We're now pleased to report that this application, called Vera, is being piloted by five medical centers, including Brooks Rehabilitation, one of Florida's leading providers of rehab services.

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  16. Larry and Kim Meyers Open New Hand & Stone Massage and Facial SpaRead the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | PRWeb

    We wanted to control our own destiny and operate a business with the values of customer service we hold dear. Larry Meyers worked in IT for 30 years before he decided he was ready to leave corporate America to pursue his lifelong dream: business ownership.

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  17. No Mental or Physical Benefits from Eating PlacentaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | PsychCentral

    Although the practice of new mothers eating the placenta is trendy as celebrities such as Kourtney Kardashian blogged and raved about the benefits of their personal placenta 'vitamins,' a new medical review fails to uncover data to support anecdotal reports of curative benefits. Researchers from Northwestern Medicine reviewed 10 current published research studies on placentophagy and failed to discover data to support common claims that eating the placenta - either raw, cooked, or encapsulated offers protection against a variety of ills and issues.

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  18. Mountain River Physical Therapy Selects Clinicient's PracticeInsightRead the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | Freshnews

    Clinicient Inc ., a leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, today announced that Mountain River Physical Therapy, a premier provider of personalized orthopedic, sports and industrial rehabilitation in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia and Florida, selected Clinicient's Practice Insight cloud based electronic medical record and billing software. One of the fastest growing physical therapy providers in the region, Mountain River Physical Therapy chose Clinicient's integrated solution to increase therapist efficiency and access the advanced reporting and analytics necessary for the highest level of clinical and financial performance.

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  19. Jeremiah's Journey to honor Stone Mountain boy, ...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 5 | Cross Roads News

    Kay Truesdale, his mother, said Jeremiah collapsed at his Stone Mountain home and died at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston. On Oct. 30, 2013, after a miraculous recovery from a massive stroke, then 4-year-old Jeremiah was picked by Children's Healthcare to be the first child to ride the Macy's Pink Pig at Lenox Square.

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  20. VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System Low Vision Clinic Achieves Three-Year AccreditationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | PRWeb

    VA Pittsburgh's Intermediate Low Vision Clinic achieved three-year accreditation in May by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities . The commission listed 19 of the clinic's programmatic strengths and best practices in granting the three-year versus the customary one-year accreditation for first-time program applicants.

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