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Friday, 3 June 2011

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Dementia Patients Get Relief From Occupational Therapy

Could Occupational Therapy be the long-awaited answer? In a 2006 study conducted by the British Medical Journal, 135 dementia patients were studied twice a week over a five week period on their cognitive abilities including motor and processing skills ...
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Physical Therapists use light therapy to help treat injuries and ailments

Some may think it's like something out of Star Wars. A swipe of a laser light helping heal an injury or ailment inside the body….

Garden therapy benefits patients

Now, just in time for spring and summer, the Outpatient Rehabilitation facility at St. Joseph Hospital's General Hospital campus has a new therapy garden that is making occupational therapy a little bit more fun for its patients. ...

Pharmacist develops natural method to control nosebleeds

“It seemed like a waste that I couldn't do anything more as a pharmacist and being a health care professional,” Dockter said. “It got me thinking, because I had a lot of nosebleeds as a kid and I was always really annoyed by it. ...

Healthcare Online Job Postings Taper in May

The drop was led by declines in advertised vacancies for speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists. Healthcare support positions grew by 4100 new listings to 133200 in April, even though there were declines in ...

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