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Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS)

The importance of physiotherapeutic scoliosis-specific exercise (PSSE) training Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is the most common type of spinal deformity in the pediatric population, accounting for 80-90% of the total…

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Infographic: What is Lymphedema?

Lymphedema is an abnormal accumulation of protein-rich lymphatic fluid in soft-tissue spaces of the body. The swelling is unlike swelling you may get after an injury to a joint. Stout…

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Expanding Your Practice

Make no mistake: The outpatient rehabilitation industry is at war. Things are happening in the rehabilitation industry that will change the face of it forever. And it’s important for the…

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Sensory Integration for Children with Autism

How occupational therapists are changing the field of treating autism in children Occupational therapists strive to provide evidence-based practice to all their clients. For this ideal to become a reality,…

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De-clutter Your Workspace!

OTs are notorious pack rats We are two weeks into the New Year. When the calendar rolls over, many people make resolutions. We all know the standard resolutions: lose weight,…

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Facts, Myths, and More on Autism

Increase your knowledge during Autism Awareness Month For almost 50 years, the Autism Society has celebrated Autism Awareness Month each April in hopes of increasing knowledge, education, and further research…

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Facts, Myths, and More on Autism

Increase your knowledge during Autism Awareness Month For almost 50 years, the Autism Society has celebrated Autism Awareness Month each April in hopes of increasing knowledge, education, and further research…

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Remain Calm. He’s Only a Child

The author explores strategies to manage misbehaving children in clinical settings. Therapists often ask me what they should do with kiddos that are just “out of control.” I ask the…

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No More Pain?

Patients are in search of alternatives to medication for chronic pain relief. Massage therapy may hold the key For decades—centuries, perhaps—chronic pain sufferers have been in search of something to…

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Cupping as a Modality

Following the 2016 Summer Olympics, myofascial decompression is all the rage Many stayed up late watching the nonstop coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. We heard…

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Infographic: What is Lymphedema?

Lymphedema is an abnormal accumulation of protein-rich lymphatic fluid in soft-tissue spaces of the body. The swelling is unlike swelling you may get after an injury to a joint. Stout…

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Athletic Taping for Sports Injuries

How physical therapists are using this pain-mitigating modality in athletic populations. Kinesiology tape has been used in therapeutic communities for over 30 years, though it more recently grew in popularity…

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