Source: MDDI/Qmed – by Susan ShepardDate: May 31, 2019 Motus Nova’s “theratainment” device allows patients to perform therapeutic exercises to help make the tedious process of neurological rehab engaging and fun, while eliminating barriers to traditional physical therapy such as cost, time, and lack of motivation…
Source: Hypepotamus – by Muriel Vega Date: May 15, 2019 There are seven million stroke victims in the U.S. alone, with 800,000 new cases every year. To speed up recovery, patients typically enter a physical therapy rehabilitation program to stimulate their affected side and limbs to regain flexibility, extension, and range of motion. However, stroke rehabilitation can … Continue reading “How Stroke Patients Can Regain Mobility By Playing Tetris With A Robotic Arm”
Population-based studies have revealed declining acute ischemic stroke (AIS) hospitalization rates in the United States, but no study has assessed recent temporal trends in race/ethnic-, age-, and sex-specific AIS hospitalization rates.
Federal agencies are putting increasing amounts of time and resources into providing telemedicine for American veterans.
Last week, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded nearly $1 million to the Flex Rural Veterans Health Access Program to further telehealth for veterans living in rural areas.