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Let patients see rehab doctor of their choice To the editor: I would like to thank the Courier & Press for the recent article and editorial about physical therapy. As a physical therapist who has worked in Indiana since 1971, I am grateful for the
Jeremy Portje Adam Conrad (right) and his brother Scott on Friday visit with physical therapy students at Clarke University, where they discussed their experiences recovering from burns sustained in a work-related explosion last year. Video: THonline.
In Indiana, if you have an annoying ache, you can choose on your own to go to a chiropractor or a massage therapist or even a personal trainer, but you cannot go to a college-educated physical therapist. To do that, you must first go to a medical
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Illinois 2008 to 2018 Percent growth in employment (and total number of new jobs) by 2018: 1) Biomedical engineers: (395) 58% 2) Home health aides: (12,939) 49% 3) Network systems/data analysts: (3,777) up 46% 4) Preschool teachers: (5,546) up 38% 5)
Reedley High School student Kim Reyes dribbled left, then right, stopped to take a shot and fell to the ground. For the 17-year-old, her high school basketball days were put on immediate hold. Reyes is looking at six weeks of rehabilitation for a
The Wichita Eagle During his more than two decades in health care, Randy Peterson estimates that he has served as an interim chief executive at nearly every hospital in which he's worked. Add another one to his resume. "I'm kind of getting this
Sue Do doesn't like to waste time talking about what she can't do. She fills her days with what she can do, even forgetting sometimes that she has physical limitations. The 16-year-old Silver Creek High School junior was born with cerebral palsy,
Most people with inflammation of the Achilles tendon, a common overuse injury, can recover with the help of exercise therapy alone, a small study suggests. A full recovery might take time, as tendons are often slow to heal, researchers say, but
Staff Reporter After seven months at sea as a physical therapist in the Navy, Lt. Ryan Pommier has found his calling even when he returns to his home in the landlocked far southwestern suburbs. I love working with the troops and taking care of them,