“Shortly after becoming diagnosed with Advanced Lyme Disease my right side became paralyzed. I stumbled around on a cane for quite awhile until finally I was in a wheelchair full time. Getting to and from therapy became exhausting. After spending several months working with a therapist at a local hospital with my cane I decided…

There was a day when physical therapists were an after thought in patient care. Today they are becoming a primary resource for patient total care. Their level of knowledge, wisdom, care and understanding is par none! They are an intricate part of recovery for the wounded, injured, disabled and sick. They bring to the table…

Therapy involves more than just moving your foot in circles twenty times. It also involves the engagement of the mind. The mind and body must work today to get the desired results. Physical therapists are using every resource they can find to engage the patient into their total care and recovery. Video games are the…

The water creates a less painful way for the patients to do their therapies without the unnecessary extra pain. In our busy culture it can be difficult for the physically disabled, those injured and those recovering from injury to stay committed to their physical therapy program. Deep inside the majority desire to become well again…

Preparing for an interview is important. And asking the right questions during an interview is important for two reasons. First, it shows the interviewer that you are prepared and sharp! Second, it will help you avoid surprises after starting employment. Here are 9 questions to ask your potential new employer about its department’s Productivity Expectations….

October is National Physical Therapy Month, and the APTA has developed various ways for employers to recognize their PT’s this month.  But did you know that there is a national observance for every type of rehabilitation professional? Take a look our 2018 Therapist Appreciation Calendar below. Some of these events have less exposure than others; in fact there…

For many patients the thought of ever walking again is merely a dream. Except for the Esko suit. A suit that allows a patient to walk again with very little training or experience. This gives the patient the feeling again of what it’s like to walk and move those parts of the body for the…

Education Resources, Inc., an approved continuing education provider, is offering a holiday discount to physical therapists, occupations therapists, speech language pathologists and their assistants on a wide range of live continuing education courses. $50 Discount is available through December 29, 2017. Click here for a full course listing.

A recent post in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy discusses that when treating muscular skeletal disorders it is always important to consider the body as a whole. More often than not when we see patients presenting with a chronic condition it is almost always connected to another major system in the body….

Comfy-cozy days are here!  Cool air, colorful leaves, and the smell of comfort foods filling up our homes.  On National Pumpkin Day, we thought it would be fun to share some popular Pumpkin recipes to celebrate the season! Here are some of our favorites! Pumpkin spiced everything is all the R A G E.  But…

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