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Picky eating can be a concern for families on many different levels at a variety of ages. Even experienced parents may find themselves surprised
The job of a skilled nursing administrator is the most difficult job in post-acute care right now.
On paper, a skilled nursing administrator is
A common question our physical therapists often get is, "Can physical therapy help me with chronic pain?"
Hand and wrist injuries are a frequent occurrence, whether it happens on the job, at home or while playing a sport. But most of us don't really
2019 NASL Conference Takeaways: Facilitating Transitions, Increasing Collaboration and Providing Value
I had the opportunity to represent the National Association of Rehab Agencies and Providers (NARA) this week at the NASL (National Association in
Pediatric physical therapists work with children of all ages to develop their gross motor skills to allow them to better explore their environment
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As physical therapists, we often hear people complain of feeling dizzy, or feeling "like the room is
As you know, the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is the most significant change in the skilled nursing profession since the arrival of PPS in
As we get older there are many changes, both good an bad, that come along. One unfortunate change that a lot of people encounter is difficulty