Harvard Health Supports the Benefits of Walking with Poles (aka Nordic Walking)!

By guest blogger Mandy Shintani Reg. OT (BC ) & Gerontologist Nordic Walking is currently one of the fastest growing forms of fitness globally, but its

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5 Reasons Hands-on PT May Supplement or Replace Pain Meds

by guest blogger Brian Scherff, PT The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is undertaking an anti-opioids campaign touting the benefits of Physical Therapy (PT) over

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Printing for the Home-Care Physical Therapist

While at the 2019 American Physical Therapist Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) conference, we had the opportunity to talk with home-care physical therapists about

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Setting up the Epson WF-100 Printer for the Home-Care Physical Therapist

Having decided upon the Epson WF-100 to evaluate it’s usability for the home-care therapist, we discovered that is was reasonably easy to setup with both

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Preventing Falls in Seniors with the Otago Exercise Program

Preventing falls in older adults can save them from significant health consequences. A study revealed that more than 1 in 4 adults over 65 years

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Otago Exercise Program To Reduce Falls

During the 2016 Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Fall Conference, we were approached by a few therapists asking if PT-Helper included Otago exercises. At the time, we

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Pediatric Physical Therapy Exercises

We have added pediatric exercises to our CONNECT library which are also accessible via the mobile app. Infant Pediatric Physical Therapy Exercises are for parents

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Neuromotor Exercises for people with Multiple Sclerosis

We have added Neuromotor exercises that are recommended for people with Multiple Sclerosis to our CONNECT library which are also accessible via the home exercise

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Opioid Use #ChoosePT

Awareness of prescriptive opioid abuse in the United States has gained national attention with drug overdose deaths hitting a record number in 2014. Over 50%

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