Endurance Testing: Speed, ROM, Resistance
In rehab and training, endurance testing is sometimes just as important as measuring strength. Once the client has recovered strength, […]
Is Traditional CPM Really That Effective for TKA?
Continuous passive motion (CPM) is a once-popular device prescribed by surgeons following total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Traditional CPM devices gently […]
New Upper Extremity Techniques and CPT Coding
Hand therapists, raise your hands! We want you to get the most out of your BTE equipment. That means exploring […]
Isokinetics’ Relevance in a Modern Clinic
When therapists and trainers first adopted isokinetic systems, they praised its unique capabilities. Over time, isotonic systems offered advantages to challenge […]
Exploring Treatment Options for Lateral Epicondylitis
Despite its nickname ‘tennis elbow,’ a relatively small percentage of lateral epicondylitis cases result from actually playing a racket sport. […]
Open vs Closed Kinetic Chain?
Should I be doing open kinetic chain (OKC) or closed kinetic chain (CKC) exercises with this particular patient? Certainly, there are advantages to both and we will briefly discuss those in this blog.