As the cost of treatment rises, pain management solutions that are efficient and effective become vital assets in the therapist’s toolbox.
Physical Therapy Products’ annual survey shows that budgets are being approved and growing larger, while industry workhorses continue to provide some of the best returns. A feature for the February/March 2018 issue of Physical Therapy Products by Frank Long, its editorial director.Read More
Powerdot, a mobile and wearable mobile stimulation device, is designed to link to Apple or Android smartphones to help users control their physical activity on the go.Read More
Sports seasons are finite, so therapists must work to get athletes back into competition with minimal delay. A review of technology and a case study demonstrate how equipment and training come together for optimum outcomes. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Andrew Hadrich, PT, DPT.Read More
Today’s pain management is putting control back in the hands of pain patients, thanks to a growing number of easy-to-use and effective at-home therapies.Read More
Clinicians from across the country reveal key features and functions in the devices they use to address knee and lower extremity rehab.Read More