Here are a few key takeaways from this year’s Ascend conference, which therapy professionals can put into action whether or not they attended this past weekend.
October is the time to recognize the impact PTs and PTAs have on their patients’ lives and in their communities.
Exploring the merits of cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques, namely the act of mindfulness, in your therapy practice.
Research shows that the condition is a true physiological disease. Here’s what to look for, and how PTs are helping those who have it.
There are just some lessons that, as a PT, you simply cannot learn in a formal educational environment.
Researchers say these results offer further evidence that a combination of this technology and rehabilitation may help patients with spinal cord injuries regain control.
Of the millions of Americans suffering from back pain, there are an equal number of possible treatments and technologies that we, as physical therapists, need to explore and administer.
For the child with sensory challenges, the classroom can be an overwhelming place—OTs can help ease their struggle with these strategies.
Our profession naturally has many different treatment techniques, but at the end of the day, it is our reasoning approach that we should value over the technique itself.
An in-depth look at the Neuro-Developmental Treatment/Bobath frame of practice applicable for infants with and/or at risk for cerebral palsy and related neuromotor disorders.