Tag: occupational therapy

Rehabilitation Equipment

Workers’ Comp Referrals: Panel vs Choice State

According to the National Safety Council, every seven seconds, a worker becomes injured on the job.1 Unfortunately, work-related injuries impose a […]

Rehabilitation Equipment

What to Do When Your Patient is Making Slow Progress

What should you say and do when patient progress slows or stops? Throughout your therapy career, you’ve likely helped dozens […]

Professional Development

Ditch the Anatomy Charts – Your One-Stop Guide to Joint Movements, Muscle Groups, and Innervation

Quick and easy joint movement and innervation reference tool You kept your extremely expensive and heavy anatomy book from that […]

Treatment Trends

Take a HINTS: Bedside Exam for Stroke Patients

Improving patient outcomes is essential for clinic revenue and growth within physical therapy and occupational therapy facilities. It also promotes a higher quality of life for patients themselves. […]

Treatment Trends

Same-Day Surgery Discharge: What You Need to Know

Same-day discharge is quickly becoming the standard of care for elective joint-replacement surgery. More and more patients are being discharged home […]

Patient Engagement

Support and Accountability: Family’s Role in Therapy

As we all know, successful therapy requires positive participation from multiple individuals. From the day of injury or diagnosis to […]