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April is Occupational Therapy Month and Pikeville Medical Center recognizes the hospitals 10 Occupational Therapists and two certified Occupational Therapy Assistants who care for patients in inpatient and outpatient settings, as well as home health.
Norman Lamb spoke out after 15 cross-party MPs wrote to him demanding tougher measures on gay conversion therapy. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Gay conversion therapy is abhorrent and has no place in a modern society, according to the health minister
In fact, from pick-up games to the pros, basketball has the potential to offer a multitude of all-around health benefits. As exercise goes, it doesn't get much better than a fun team sport that requires no expensive equipment or major time
Clinicient, a cloud-based solutions provider focused on the billion dollar-plus market for outpatient physical therapy and rehab services, raked in a $15 million C round led by Catalyst Investors of New York.
The Oklahoma House has passed legislation that allows physical therapists to treat ailments without a prior referral from a doctor or other medical professional. The House voted 68-21 for the legislation Wednesday and sent it to the state Senate,
While keeping all of its trusted content and features loved by nurses, Lippincott Advisor has been enhanced to deliver an even more user-friendly experience. The product now includes flat-screen technology and a new touch-friendly layout putting its
The House Health Care and Wellness Committee heard testimony Wednesday on a bill that would expand the number of health care professionals required to complete suicide prevention training. Legislation passed in 2012 made it a requirement for
Senior Lecturer in Classics at University of Newcastle Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Deputy Head of School (Teaching & Learning) School of Creative Arts at University of Newcastle Florence Nightingale was a practical, highly experienced nurse who
This service is offered by Enable New Zealand and is run by three highly skilled wheelchair and seating clinicians. Clinics are held around New Zealand, covering areas from Gisborne across to New Plymouth and down to Southland. Assessment at clinics
18 November 2013 1 View comments Parents who let their toddlers play with iPads could be damaging their hands and fingers, an expert has warned. Occupational therapist Lindsay Marzoli says that excessive screen time could cause children long term