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  1. Concussions: they’re not just for athletes

    Contributions by: Megan Otto & Amanda Whalen, PT, DPT When someone hears the word “concussion” their thoughts may immediately jump to a young athlete, maybe a soccer or football player, who has sustained a hard blow to their head in a game or during practice. But concussions aren’t just injuries that athletes endure. Older adults…

  2. Breaking News: PTs, OTs, and SLPs Deemed Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers

    (Blog article is sourced from WebPt.com – click here to learn more about WebPT) On March 19, the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the US Department of Homeland Security issued a memorandum and associated guidance designating physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists as “essential critical infrastructure workers.” According to the official guidance, which…

  3. Common PT Injuries Explained: Tennis Elbow

    During your everyday life, do you regularly use your hands and bend your elbows? That’s not a trick question. Repetitively doing these two things is all it takes for some people to develop the disorder commonly coined as “Tennis Elbow”. The scientific term, for our interested readers, is Lateral Epicondylitis/Epicondylosis. What is it? “Tennis Elbow” is…