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Quality of Care in Rehab by Ian Campbell

What Quality Care Means in Rehabilitation One can drive through their city and likely notice multiple physical therapy (PT) clinics. Some may be privately owned and operated, others run by local hospitals. In the United States alone, rehabilitation is estimated to be a $30 billion industry, with an annual growth rate of 5% or higher. […]

How Weather Changes Affect Joint Pain

Does a change in weather mean a change in your pain? For those of us who grew up in southwest Idaho, we understand the weather here can change drastically. For those living with long-standing joint pain due to arthritis, the change in weather can mean a change in their pain. In most healthcare offices, it’s […]

Therapeutic Ultrasound

What is the Device with all the Gel? Therapeutic Ultrasound Explained! By Angeline Petersen “Are you checking for a foot baby?” That question is not one you may hear very often and may spark further conversation. Often when presented with the common therapeutic modality of ultrasound, patient’s in physical therapy question what exactly it is. […]

Early Summer Tips, By Mark Reed

Early summertime is such a fun time to be working outside before the weather gets too hot. I use this time of the year to fix up my yard and get some outside projects done. Here are some tips to avoid injury:

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