This therapy team is exploring nontraditional interventions in the treatment of long-term brain injury.
(photo by Kyle Kielinski)
Occupational health can be a complex specialty for employees and organizations.
Assessing the vision of the minimally conscious patient can help guide the rehabilitation protocol.
Safety for seniors may require more instruction and more patience from therapists.
Exploring the adaptability and impact of sensory integration therapy.
Making a case for therapeutic taping in the obese population.
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