April is OT Month—and that means it’s time to bust out the confetti and celebrate all the hard-working therapists!
When a toddler hasn’t uttered a word by 24 months, many parents get understandably concerned and start raising the possibility of autism spectrum disorder.
A telepractice expert shares what you need to know before—and how to prepare for—providing online services.
According to researchers, wasted treatments for knee pain have racked up millions of dollars in medical bills.
Study shows tailored physical therapy program reduces bad falls in the elderly.
Reimbursement policies for SLP-provided cognitive assessment and treatment depend on payer, facility, patient’s diagnosis and type of treatment.
1.86 billion Facebook users and myself agree: online networking platforms represent one of the best technological advances in recent years.
Chronic aphasia, the inability to understand or express speech well due to brain damage from stroke, affects about 30 percent of stroke survivors.
Following a year of physical therapy treatment, patients with carpal tunnel syndrome achieved results on par with those who had surgery for the same condition.
A hard look at whether the rise comes from more awareness, better diagnosis—or something else.