Sharpen Your Brain With AARP’s New Tools

AARP has just announced its Staying Sharp campaign with a series of tools calibrated to help people exercise and improve their brain health. They help you keep abreast of the latest articles and news on mental health, as well as brain boosting activities and recipes! People can now create an account, take a small assessment, and get Read More

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The Latest in Parkinson’s Research from ABC News

Amazing new discoveries are being investigated in the field of Parkinson recovery and treatment. Ever thought that pedaling a bike would improve Parkinson symptoms? Watch the following video from ABC News and see what the latest research is uncovering about motor recovery!     Subscribe for the latest

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Nominate an Amputee Today!

Our partner company, Rehab Resources, is excited to announce that they are partnering with Prosthetix Shop to give away a free prosthesis and up to 5 physical therapy sessions to one lucky amputee! This is a value of up to $21,000! Rehab Resources is proud to partner with Prosthetix Shop for the M.A.P Contest as they are local, Read More

Safety Awareness

It’s AOTA’s Older Driver Safety Awareness Week!

This week, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) is promoting the important roles mobility and transportation play in ensuring that older adults remain active participants in the community. And one’s ability to drive is often a huge component! Fortunately, Occupational therapists have the skills necessary for evaluating one’s ability to safely operate a vehicle, and Read More

Could interval training help stroke recovery?

The University of Cincinnati recently launched a new study that could significantly impact how physical therapy approaches the treatment of stroke patients. Kari Dunning, PhD, and Brett Kissela, MD, are leading the new research that is aimed at discovering a correlation between high intensity interval training with improved fitness and motor functioning in chronic stroke patients. The Read More