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Are your hamstrings really tight?

"My hamstring muscles are so tight so I stretch them every day, but I don't see any change" is a phrase that I and many other physical therapists hear on a regular basis. "Tight hamstrings" are a common issue for all types of people. However, in many cases, stretching the...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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It sometimes seems as if research for a cure for Parkinson's disease is riding on the back of a snail. I remember my Burt speculating that a cure would be found in two years, and it would take two more years to test it. That was in 2007....

source: Daily Press

Together we are creating a new focus area within ACRM with the goal of incorporating arts into neurorehabilitation. If you are willing to serve on the A&N Group Executive Committee to help make this goal a reality, please send a brief paragraph of your background and interests...

source: ACRM

The Stroke ISIG has a new task force for Aphasia chaired by Christine del Toro and invites your participation. To learn more about this group and ways to get involved, please contact Christine at and ask to be added to the task force communications...

source: ACRM

On Friday, 28 April during the ACRM Mid-Year Meeting in Atlanta,...

source: ACRM

The SCI-ISIG Women's Health Task Force is seeking members willing to lend their time, expertise, and leadership to help the task force further its mission. If you are interested in participating in one of the following initiatives, or would like to become a member of this...

source: ACRM

The SCI-ISIG is now seeking members for the newly formed Media and Marketing Committee. The purpose of this committee is to help identify and contribute SCI content to ACRM publications, website, and social media. If you want to make a difference for the SCI-ISIG and work...

source: ACRM


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