Category: Therapy

The manual therapist’s new best friend?

Musculoskeletal pain caused by spinal disorders reportedly costs the US health care system US$874bn per year, and is the most common cause of severe long-term pain and disability…

Summersaulting out of the comfort zone

Staff at St Neots, a neuro-rehab centre on the border of Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, were looking for ways to expand their patient
rehab opportunities when they had a gold standard idea…

Marching to a new beat

Daniel Thomas, joint managing director at Chroma, on how music therapy can help military personnel and their families.

The gait way to more independence

The London Orthotic Consultancy is helping to bring the most advanced treatment to those with cerebral palsy or other conditions requiring rehabilitation, throughout the UK and beyond

A wonderful stroke of luck

Occupational therapist Janet R. Douglas’s life was turned upside down by a massive stroke. The decade-long struggle that followed is the subject of her new book…