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Who Pays for an Interpreter For a Hearing Impaired Patient?

What physical and occupational therapy practices NEED toknow about the laws surrounding hearing impaired patients and what is required according to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Added by James on 01/28/2013     |     Views 520     |     Rating:  

TMJ Treatments that are FAST and Effective

TMJ - Causes and Treatment. TMJ is a painful disorder of the jaw or mouth. Physical Therapists can treat TMJ Fast and successfully.

Added by Ryan on 01/27/2013     |     Views 1011     |     Rating:  

Understanding Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia perplexes patients and practitioners alike. This article tries to help gain some understanding as to which systems are involved in the process of the condition.

Added by Trevor on 01/27/2013     |     Views 740     |     Rating:  

Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disorder of the brain causing tremors, and difficulty walking, movement, and coordination.

Added by Heidi on 01/25/2013     |     Views 515     |     Rating:  

Nonsurgical Treatment of Biceps Tendonitis

Biceps tendonitis is typically first treated with simple methods.

Added by Rod on 01/25/2013     |     Views 529     |     Rating:  

Self-Help Tips to Manage Leg Swelling

Leg, ankle and foot swelling tips for management.

Added by Katie on 01/18/2013     |     Views 999     |     Rating:  

Symptoms of a Concussion

What to look for in possible cases of a concussion

Added by Rod on 01/16/2013     |     Views 524     |     Rating:  

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive disorder involving movement due to brain damage acquired in utero, during birth or infancy.

Added by Heidi on 01/16/2013     |     Views 500     |     Rating:  

Concussions in Athletes

**Remember concussions are a metabolic dysfunction. They are typically associated with grossly normal structural neuroimaging studies ie: CT scan, MRI, and X-rays have failed to detect abnormalities.

Added by Alyse on 01/16/2013     |     Views 676     |     Rating:  

Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic Headaches

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