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Show, don't tell: The PT's guide to visuals on social media

In college, I took my fair share of creative-writing courses, and every instructor's favorite prescription for effective writing was, "Show, don't tell." Now, as I examine the evolution of social media, those words ring even truer than they did when I was scribbling my...

source: By Charlotte Bohnett
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Nominations for the Robert L. Moody Prize, presented by the UTMB Health School of Health Professions, the Transitional Learning Center of Galveston, are due 1 December. The Prize recognizes individuals or groups who have made significant contributions to the advancement...

source: ACRM

Everything is bigger in Dallas! As ACRM 2014 wraps up in Toronto we are already looking ahead to 2015 in Dallas. The 2015 Program Committee invites proposals focused on research evidence and its translation into clinical practice. ACRM is especially interested in the following...

source: ACRM

If you are a shutterbug and attended the 91st Annual Conference last week in Toronto, ACRM wants you! More specifically, ACRM wants your photos. Contact the ACRM Marketing Department at graphics@ACRM.org to share your favorites for use on ACRM.org, and in ACRM advertising...

source: ACRM

CARF International; Craig Hospital; Indiana University and RHI's University Physiatric Associates; Johns Hopkins Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Sciences, Danderyd Hospital, Division of Rehabilitation; Mayo Clinic; Mount...

source: ACRM

This study examined the immediate and short-term efficacy of adding transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) to standardized physical therapy on subacute spasticity within six months of spinal cord injury.

source: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Researchers used measures of intensity — time, observed repetitions and wrist accelerometer activity counts — to describe the intensity of exercise carried out when completing a structured...

source: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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