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So far James F. Ross, PT, DPT, CSCS has created 14 blog entries.

Therapeutic modalities supported

As physical therapists, along with other rehabilitation professionals, we feel the services we provide always have our patients’ best interests at heart. But sometimes the efficacy of certain modalities comes into question in this age of research-supported treatment. In the August 2017 issue of the Journal of the American Academy [...]

By |August 25th, 2017|Categories: News|1 Comment

Proper bracing support improves patient outcomes

Bracing has been an important adjunct to therapy interventions for decades, and the science behind bracing continues to advance. The scope and technology of the bio-mechanics has assisted in positive outcomes of patients from simple braces to multi-joint, hinged and assisted bracing. Proper support through bracing can greatly improve and [...]

On the go

Functional training and working on activities of daily living are integral aspects of physical therapy and rehabilitation. As PTs, we are always looking for ways and devices to make our treatment sessions more efficient and applicable to daily life. One of the newer inventions making headlines was invented at Virginia [...]

Concussion: Get ahead of the problem

Concussions have become a more visible and mainstream issue over the last few years through movies and NFL engagement. According to the CDC, an estimated 330,000 children were treated in U.S. emergency departments for sports-related injuries, including diagnoses of concussion or traumatic brain injury, in 2012. Concussions can vary from [...]

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