Current Print Contents

January 2016 - Volume 32 Number 1

COVER STORY

The Whole-Person Approach

This therapy team is exploring nontraditional interventions in the treatment of long-term brain injury.

FEATURED ARTICLES

Sorting out the Confusion

Occupational health can be a complex specialty for employees and organizations.

Shedding Light on Brain Function

Assessing the vision of the minimally conscious patient can help guide the rehabilitation protocol.

A High Calling

Safety for seniors may require more instruction and more patience from therapists.

The Sixth Sense

Exploring the adaptability and impact of sensory integration therapy.

Improving Post-stroke Edema

Making a case for therapeutic taping in the obese population.

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

Ad Index

Guest Editorial

Education Opportunities

Classified Employment Opportunities

COMING NEXT ISSUE

Rehabilitation oncology is gaining attention as evidence continues to mount that therapy services can reduce pain and increase function among those undergoing treatment for cancer. ADVANCE visits Cancer Treatment Centers of America and meets the physical and occupational therapists hard at work in this rewarding field.




     

Email: *

Email, first name, comment and security code are required fields; all other fields are optional. With the exception of email, any information you provide will be displayed with your comment.

First * Last
Name:
Title Field Facility
Work:
City State
Location:

Comments: *
To prevent comment spam, please type the code you see below into the code field before submitting your comment. If you cannot read the numbers in the below image, reload the page to generate a new one.

Captcha
Enter the security code below: *

Fields marked with an * are required.

 
http://www.advanceweb.com/jobs/healthcare/index.html?utm_source=JobBoardMarketing&utm_medium=WebAd&utm_campaign=JanuaryFebruary2016JBTower
 

Back to Top

© 2016 Merion Matters

2900 Horizon Drive, King of Prussia PA 19406

800-355-5627