From fundamental to futurisic, technologies in the PT clinic help reverse the downgrade in quality of life that pain symptoms can cause. A feature for the October/November 2017 Physical Therapy Products by Michele M. Knutson, PT.
In every corner of the country, injured athletes want one thing: to return to competition. Therapists who treat this active population share their go-to practices and products to make that happen. A feature for the June/July issue of Physical Therapy Products by Frank Long.Read More
Physical therapy may be used to help alleviate some of the symptoms of scleroderma, reduce pain associated with the condition, and improve mobility, according to a news article that appears in Scleroderma News.Read More
The UBALL, a mobility tool created by a physical therapy patient, is designed to deliver a localized deep tissue massage to relieve tissue knots as well as scrape away scar tissue.Read More
SKLZ adds four products—the Universal Massage Roller, Targeted Massage Ball, Foot Massage Ball, and Travel Massage Bar—to its massage and recovery line. In addition, SKLZ adds the Contact Ball XL to its performance line.Read More
SmarterLife Products LLC debuts the SmartSport Premium Foam Roller, which features two surface contours to provide either deep tissue massage or soft tissue therapy.Read More
Clogged milk ducts occur in breastfeeding women when their babies do not nurse enough or when the women do not sufficiently pump their breasts. According to WebMD, this condition affects an estimated 200,000 women annually.Read More