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Wallowa Memorial Hospital Adds Occupational Therapist

...  Memorial Hospital adds occupational therapist That might include doing an evaluation of a stroke patient's home to help make daily tasks easier and safer, or providing guidance and education for caregivers of older patients experiencing cognitive and physical declines. Mart graduated from Pacific … Read more on Wallowa County Cheiftain Vision Therapy: Changing times, technology giving rise to new concerns, techniques “Seventy percent of your brain is dedicated to vision in some fashion; 80 percent of all sensory goes through your eyes; 90 percent of individuals who have a concussion, traumatic brain injury or stroke will have one or more problems with their eyes. Read more on The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines Tags: occupational therapist, stroke patient, traumatic brain injury, brain injury ...

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...  guide 545-8195. Billings Clinic Infant Massage: Wednesday, Jan. 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. Come and learn from a certified massage therapist or an occupational therapist about the numerous benefits of massaging your infant. Practice these beneficial techniques in … Read more on Billings Gazette Aqua fitness relieving pain Sue's experience comes as Canadian occupational therapist Heather Scott is about to conduct research at the University of the Sunshine Coast into whether aquatic-based exercise can provide more holistic treatment options for people with conditions such … Read more on Noosa News Read ...

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...  Valley Hospital. Pressman will discuss the symptoms and treatments of … Read more on Observer-Reporter Congo Square Market in Ithaca holding an event Friday, July 24 Occupational Therapists help their patients focus on their physical, social, and psychological needs, and to concentrate on what is important to rebuild their health, independence, and self-esteem. People with any of the following conditions can … Read more on The Ithaca Voice Tags: occupational therapists, occupational therapist ...

Therapy Startup Tunes Into Music as Rehab for Brain Injuries

Therapy Startup Tunes Into Music as Rehab for Brain Injuries Physical, speech, and occupational therapists replace doctors as the goal becomes helping patients recover what was lost and rebuild their lives. Increasingly, music is becoming one of the tools they use, and specialists like MedRhythms founder and CEO … Read more on Xconomy St. John clinic celebrates 20 years of occupational rehab success Instead, she chose to go to St. John Medical Center's Occupational Health and Rehabilitation Clinic, which has specialized in workplace injuries and recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. In addition to treatment of injuries, the clinic also … Read more on Longview Daily News Read more... ...

Unemployment Hits New Low in County

Unemployment hits new low in county … First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers – 167; Physical Therapists – 144; Customer Service Representatives — 139; Critical Care Nurses — 128; Medical and Health Services Managers — 114; Occupational Therapists — 105; and Maintenance and … Read more on The Turlock Journal Young student receives customized adaptable tricycle "We do everything from hand-foot therapy tricycles for pediatric children with disabilities, to veterans. We do wheelchair ramps, we also do scholarships for PT's and OT's. And we do advocacy and support groups for parents," said Jackie Mason … Read more on UpperMichigansSource.com Read more... ...

Occupational Therapist Stroke: Occupational Therapists and Services

The concept of occupational therapy has been existent since a long time. However, the concepts disappeared during the medieval ages. However, today they have been re initiated as a fairly new branch of medicine. In the old ages, occupational therapy was basically prescribed to people who had any mental imbalances. It was only after the 1930s that the correct thought-the latter one-gained prominence and was proved, and therefore accepted by health care professionals all over the world. Occupational therapists believe that there is a relationship between occupation, health and well-being. Findings from studies over the years indicate that occupation has an important influence on health and well-being. Ranging from physiological to functional outcomes, it is clear that the performance in everyday occupations is an important part of everyday life. Read more... ...

Young Stroke Suffered Recognised for Her Bravery in the Face of Adversity

Young stroke suffered recognised for her bravery in the face of adversity INSPIRATIONAL YOUNGSTER: Emily Simpson being presented with her award by Dr Satinder Sanghera and Emma Fitzimmons from Synergie Physiotherapy Clinic, who sponsors the award. A YOUNG girl who suffered a stroke as a ten-year-old has been … Read more on Darlington and Stockton Times Stroke survivor climbs world's highest wall in aid of Cheltenham rehab centre The 45-year-old raised more than £1,600 by climbing Excalibur, the 37-metre (121ft) climbing wall in Groningen, Holland, as a thank you for the physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy he received. The lecturer in religion … Read more on Gloucestershire Echo Read more... ...