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.
It’s All About Being Functional
People perform best in the manner in which they are trained. To return patients to the most functional role possible, […]