Within organizations, physical safety is often on the agenda in regard to workplace safety. But what about mental health? Mental and stress... Continue Reading
Post-Medicare Therapy Cap: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?
The Medicare Therapy Cap was permanently repealed on February 9, 2018 when Congress passed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018—a $500 bill... Continue Reading
Physical Therapy vs Opioids: Can PT Help Alleviate the Opioid Epidemic?
Congress passed a budget deal that included a provision to repeal the Medicare Therapy Cap, culminating a 20-year advocacy campaign to eli... Continue Reading
Steve Kerr Urges Public to Stay Away From Back Surgery
Steve Kerr, head coach of the Golden State Warriors, has been experiencing painful off-and-on symptoms since undergoing back surgery in Ju... Continue Reading
5 Physical Therapy Exercises For The Pool This Summer
Spring is here! This means lots of sunbathing, vacationing and relaxing by the pool.While on vacation, be sure to get your regular workout t... Continue Reading
Medical Tourism is the New Wave in Healthcare
Medical tourism is rapidly growing, as people are deciding to go abroad for medical services such as: plastic surgery, dental work and more,... Continue Reading
Athletico Physical Therapy Educates Helmet-Safety
March is National Athletic Training Month (NATM), and Athletico Physical Therapy is using the month of awareness as an opportunity to educat... Continue Reading
Six Things To Know About Trump Administration’s Healthcare Reform
1."Our healthcare is a horror show," Mr. Trump said at the sixth Republican debate in January. "Obamacare, we're going to repeal it and re... Continue Reading
NFL and Tech Collide To Bring Rehab To Smartphones!
In 2016 there was a 32% rise in diagnosed concussions with in the NFL, according to the league’s data . Additionally, the league reporte... Continue Reading
Yoga and Meditation Decrease Biomarkers of Inflammation and Cardiovascular Disease
Recently we covered a story about how thinking can alter the nervous and immune systems.Another recent study, published in Scientific Report... Continue Reading
8 Scientifically Proven Steps to Improve Your Sleep Quality
Research shows that sleep quality may be the new frontier in health and wellness, as not getting enough sleep (most common problem), or gett... Continue Reading
Mental Health in Healthcare Workplace Safety
Within organizations, physical safety is often on the agenda in regard to workplace safety. But what about mental health?Mental and stress r... Continue Reading
Physical Therapy For Lower Back Pain: Importance of Evidence Based Practice
Lower back pain is an extremely common ailment experienced by approximately 84% of the general population at some point in their lifetime. I... Continue Reading
Preventing Occupational Stress in Healthcare
In order to avoid distress, exhaustion and burnout, healthcare workers need to be aware of their risk of occupational stress and manage it a... Continue Reading
Does Thinking Influence the Autonomic Nervous and Immune Systems?
The miraculous thing about the human body is that it seems to function on autopilot. But does it, really? Or does our thinking influence the... Continue Reading