Footwork, tempo, rhythm, pivot, crossover. That terminology turns up regularly in sports practice. Or was it dance rehearsal? The disciplines of sports and dancing share more than language, experts say. Each activity can benefit participants in the other field, and some...
APTA is committed to providing physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, students, and prospective students, with valuable tools and information to help facilitate making the best financial decisions possible. The APTA Financial Education Program, powered by Enrich,...
SCAPTA has several upcoming CEU opportunities! Lower Coastal District, Midlands and Upstate — you’re all coming up next. Check out the details here.
There's incredible technology coming out of Israel for use in the biomedical field worldwide — artificial intelligence, robotics and neurosciences. A lot of that technology isn’t lost on older adults. In fact, some is being used to rehabilitate patients or help...
Patients who went partially blind after suffering a stroke regained large swaths of rudimentary sight after undergoing visual training designed by researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center's Flaum Eye Institute. A new study in Neurology, the medical journal...
For most of us, the word “Zika” instantly conjures up the image of an infant with an abnormally small head caused by microcephaly, being held by a distraught parent in South America. But many of the common symptoms of congenital Zika syndrome — and the...
Researchers from the Mayo Clinic announced that they have successfully replicated an earlier study that used spinal cord electrical stimulation to help an individual intentionally move his paralyzed legs....
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