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The benefits of mechanical stimulation in managing chronic conditions: from a history of whole body stimulation to today's focal techniques.
Growing evidence supports the use of whole body vibration, in combination with exercise, for rehabilitation of chronic pain conditions ranging from osteoarthritis to certain neuropathies.
Finding pain trajectories in children can better forecast how effective rehab treatment will be.
Pain symptoms in obese patients went down after a low-calorie and exercise intervention.
Getting ahead of chronic pain and falls among the elderly may prevent further injury.
Evolving surgical approaches on the postoperative treatment of joint restoration, scarring, pain, and swelling affect physical therapy and rehabilitation strategies.
PCPs may play a crucial role in the correction and rehabilitation of sports-related abnormalities before acute pain becomes a chronic condition.
The value of physical therapy to deliver restorative care and rehabilitation for chronic pain of musculoskeletal conditions is expected to grow as our population ages.
To prevent or reduce pain in older adults, physicians should recommend regular physical activity—adapted to the patient's fitness level—rather than remaining sedentary.
The best way to help your patients preserve function and mental status is to encourage them to exercise—even light exercise can help chronic pain patients
Kern Olson, PhD, a pain psychologist, interviews Brad G. Simpson, DPT, his physical therapist who helped him recover from degenerative lumbar disc disease.
Learn how to get patients to pick up fun sports and hobbies that also strengthen their core, lighten their mood, and reduce their pain.
In part two of our series on kinesiology learn more about the role of balance on pain and how to improve balance issues.
Technology, like smartphones and Fitbit, are changing the way healthcare is being practiced. Learn how you can incorporate technology into your practice and how to engage and motivate patients into their own care.
Kinesiology melds movement and physical activity to enhance the quality of life of chronic pain patients. Learn more about how kinesiology and how it can be applied in your practice
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