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Cardiac Rehabilitation May Effectively Lengthen Lifespan Of Heart ...

Cardiac Rehabilitation May Effectively Lengthen Lifespan Of Heart ... | physical therapy | Scoop.it

When a person has a knee replacement or hip surgery, they often undergo a rehabilitation program afterward to regain a full range of motion through exercise.


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How the Brain Learns from Mistakes - Dana Foundation

How the Brain Learns from Mistakes - Dana Foundation | physical therapy | Scoop.it

"Imagine renting a car in the United Kingdom. Though you may be an experienced driver on American soil, making the switch to the “wrong” side of the road can be a bit of a challenge. You have to remain vigilant and pay close attention to the new rules, as well as inhibit your automatic tendency to want to drive on the right. Chances are, you will also make a few mistakes at first or as you grow tired.Common wisdom holds that we learn best from our mistakes. But researchers at Michigan State University have published a new study that suggests something more is needed: We must be conscious of our mistakes to reap the benefits of improved performance."

 


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Magnetism Aids Post-Stroke Speech Rehabilitation | Beyond Science | Science | Epoch Times

Magnetism Aids Post-Stroke Speech Rehabilitation | Beyond Science | Science | Epoch Times | physical therapy | Scoop.it

Magnetic brain stimulation can help stroke victims regain their ability to speak, research at the Australia's University of Queensland (UQ) has revealed.


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