3 Step Approach to Assessing Movement

Posted by Steve Middleton, MS, ATC, CSCS, CES, CKTP Movement can be classified based on 3 different presentations: Class I: Full active and passive range of motion of joint in all planes Displays appropriate muscle length/strength ratios Indicates appropriate...

Keeping Motor Skills Strong in SI Disorders

Originally posted by Susan Orloff, OTR/L, on Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, March 26, 2012 The development of strong gross motor and balance skills, inclusive of but not limited to walking, running, crawling, sitting, jumping etc. is vital for all...

Are you Ready for Generation Y?

Originally posted by Bronwyn Spira, PT, and Alexis Fotiu on Advance for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine, August 2, 2012 The future of healthcare is reaching a turning point as digital technology begins to play a bigger role. As smartphone adoption increases,...

Common Running Injuries [Interactive]

Originally posted by Advance for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine Every weekend, millions of Americans lace up their running shoes and hit the pavement. Running can be an excellent exercise. It has been shown to raise levels of good cholesterol, increase lung...

App of the Week

Advance For Occupational Therapy Practitioners has an ongoing list of apps for the iPad, iTouch, & iPhone that therapists can use to teach fine and visual motor skills, attention skills, and more. Here are some of the latest apps featured on this page (please note...
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