Quadruple Amputee Dog Gets Prosthetics on All Limbs so He Can Have a Fuller Life

Quadruple Amputee Dog Gets Prosthetics on All Limbs so He Can Have a Fuller Life Article by: Kimberly Yam. Originally appearing in: The Huffington Post Dogs can get prosthetics too! One of the graduates in my physical therapy class was thinking about being a dog therapist instead of a human therapist. Apparently that’s a thing. … Continue reading Quadruple Amputee Dog Gets Prosthetics on All Limbs so He Can Have a Fuller Life

Treating the “Unhealthy Alcohol User” on Medical Wards: Beyond Withdrawal

Rivest, J.; Jutras-Aswad, D.; Shapiro, P. Treating the “Unhealthy Alcohol User” on Medical Wards: Beyond Withdrawal. May 2013, Volume 19: Issue 3, pp. 213-226. Click the hotlink to see the abstract and free article. So apparently it’s Alcohol Awareness Month. So here we have a little article for those of us in the health care field, … Continue reading Treating the “Unhealthy Alcohol User” on Medical Wards: Beyond Withdrawal

Pain Fundamentals: A Pain Science Education Workbook for Patients and Therapists

Pain Fundamentals: A Pain Science Education Workbook for Patients and Therapists By: Greg Lahman, Physiotherapist and Chiropractor As a physical therapist, a lot of my patients start with therapy because of X pain. This little 30 page booklet has a lot of good information in it. So much that I think a lot of my patients … Continue reading Pain Fundamentals: A Pain Science Education Workbook for Patients and Therapists

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Novel Brain and Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment Modality in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries

Carrick F, McLellan K, Brock J, et. al. Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Novel Brain and Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment Modality in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries. Frontiers in Public Health. Volume 3, 2015. Number 00015.  Click the hot link above for the abstract. You can download the full text article free … Continue reading Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Novel Brain and Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment Modality in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries

How Jesus Died for You

How Jesus Died for You, by unknown blogger Referencing: The Anatomical And Physiological Details Of Death By Crucifixion: By Dr. C. Truman Davis A Physician Analyzes the Crucifixion. From New Wine Magazine, April 1982. Originally published in Arizona Medicine, March 1965, Arizona Medical Association. I have something similar saved on my desktop and I re-read it … Continue reading How Jesus Died for You

Stroke Incidence Following Traumatic Brain Injury in Older Adults

Albrecht, Jennifer S. PhD; Liu, Xinggang MD, PhD; Smith, Gordon S. MB, ChB, MPH; et al. Stroke Incidence Following Traumatic Brain Injury in Older Adults. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. March/April 2015: Volume 30, Issue 2: pp E62-E67 Click the hot link above for the abstract. Interesting. Had never thought of a link between … Continue reading Stroke Incidence Following Traumatic Brain Injury in Older Adults

Orthorexia Nervosa: When Righteous Eating Becomes an Obsession

Orthorexia Nervosa: When Righteous Eating Becomes an Obsession Article by Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds, originally appearing in The Conversation.  Having befriended many people who take their alternative food choices very seriously– Paleo, vegetarian, and vegans– I had wondered if maybe there wasn’t something more to it for some. Some of the ones I know have made … Continue reading Orthorexia Nervosa: When Righteous Eating Becomes an Obsession