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Great articles and interviews with topics ranging from surgery versus physical therapy, to a possible link between nutrition and physical therapy.
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Stroke Victims Benefit From Video Game-based Physical Therapy - The Escapist

Stroke Victims Benefit From Video Game-based Physical Therapy - The Escapist | Physical Therapy | Scoop.it
Stroke Victims Benefit From Video Game-based Physical Therapy
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Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy, an intense regimen of exercises to help patients rebuild motor skills in the wake of a stroke.
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Creative minds in the Physical Therapy industry utilizing motion based video games to better their patients.  What will they come up with next?

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Discovering it A.L.L.! | Beyond Basics Physical Therapy

By Riva Preil The New York Times reported recently that Belgian scientists discovered the existence of a new ligament in the knee, the anterolateral ligament (A.L.L.) which stabilizes the knee joint by connecting the femur to ...
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A newly discovered knee ligament? Learn more about what doctors have recently discovered in this article.

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Physical Therapy after a Traumatic Brain Injury - Pain.com

Physical Therapy after a Traumatic Brain Injury - Pain.com | Physical Therapy | Scoop.it
Physical Therapists working in hospital's' Neurology wards treat individuals who are in the acute phase of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). These injuries occur as a result of external factors, such as a blow to the head, which ...
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From injuries on the battle field, to injuries on the playing field, physical therapy is a prime candidate to aide in recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury.

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The Ethics of Physical Therapists and Social Media - San Angelo LIVE!

The Ethics of Physical Therapists and Social Media - San Angelo LIVE! | Physical Therapy | Scoop.it
The Ethics of Physical Therapists and Social Media
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Ethics, Social Media, and Physical Therapists... an interesting read directly related to this week's lesson.

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Physical Therapy and the Importance of Nutrition

Physical Therapy and the Importance of Nutrition | Physical Therapy | Scoop.it
In this episode of the SPARK Physio Radio Show Dr. Carlos Berio discussed what nutrition has to do with Physical Therapy and how it plays a role in getting you all the way well. Dr.

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Link between Nutrition and Physical Therapy? Check out this great interview with Dr. Carlos Berio to get the details and find out what you've been missing.

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Catherine Toler's curator insight, August 15, 2014 9:31 PM

Touching on the role proper nutrition plays in successful recovery.

Kenneth Langston's curator insight, October 16, 2016 3:49 PM

Nutrition is a very important aspect of everyday life and the same can be said with Physical Therapy. With an abundance of diets, diet pills, and miracle shakes on the market, it is often tough to decide on the right nutritional plan for you. Some of the things you can do is find a plan that is going to work for your and your lifestyle. Make sure to eat breakfast. Eat an array of different colored foods. Maintain portion control.

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Study finds surgery, physical therapy equally good for knee repair

Study finds surgery, physical therapy equally good for knee repair | Physical Therapy | Scoop.it
You might not want to rush into knee surgery. Physical therapy can be just as good for a common injury and at far less cost and risk, the most rigorous study to compare these treatments concludes.
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Is surgery always the best answer for knee injuries? Studies say otherwise in this interesting article.

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