Recovery Process for Hip Fracture 
Hip fracture is a global health problem . It is very common among older people and associated with 18 to 33% increased one-year mortality, as well as poor, incomplete long-term READ MORE
The Relationship Between Physical Activity and Mental Health 
Engaging in regular physical activity can reduce the symptoms of depression and anxiety and help maintain better mental health (7). The National Institutes of Health claims READ MORE
Chronic Back Pain Related to Pregnancy 
Back pain is more prevalent among women than men. This association has only been partially evaluated, but it could be related to the unique female conditions of pregnancy and READ MORE
Exercise for Bone Health 
The many benefits of exercise include improving muscle strength and endurance, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, and preventing obesity. However, exercise is READ MORE
Recovery from Kneecap Fracture 
A broken kneecap occurs when the small round bone (the patella) at the front of the knee joint fractures. This is a common injury, as about 1% of all bones broken are kneecaps READ MORE
Trends in PT Needs in the U.S.
Physical therapy is a $46 billion industry in the U.S. with an average annual growth rate of over 3% 1. Several trends in U.S. PT needs are impacting the industry as it READ MORE
Exercise and Strength Training in Lung Transplant Patients
For patients with end-stage lung disease, lung transplantation (LTx) may increase survival and, importantly, a patient’s quality of life. Worldwide, the median survival time READ MORE
Sensorimotor Retraining for Musculoskeletal Pain
As of 2004, at least a fifth of adults worldwide experienced chronic musculoskeletal pain . A 2019 estimate indicated low back pain affects ~52 million people in the United READ MORE