For individuals with certain mobility impairments, physical therapy is necessary to maintain strength and flexibility. However, according to this article, “it’s not guaranteed to fix all movement issues.” Dr. Christopher Spinelli is a Pediatrician in Springfield, Missouri who has a daughter with special needs. He stated how she was in physical therapy early on, but […]
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Jazz up therapy with the MusicGlove!
For individuals recovering from a stroke or other neurological injury, physical therapy is often a humdrum part of their daily routine. Though it is necessary for recovery, therapy becomes so mundane that individuals often lack motivation and may not wholly reap its benefits. Flint Rehabilitation Devices recently introduced a new device to jazz up this oft-humdrum therapy called the MusicGlove. The MusicGlove […]
“Never give up. Never quit.”
Writer: Laura Medcalf Each year across America, many celebrate the beginning of summer on Memorial Day by grilling their favorite meats and relaxing outdoors with their loved ones. To many, this may just be a three-day weekend to kickback while embracing the long-anticipated summer breeze; however, the final Monday in May signifies much more. This federal holiday originally honored military personnel who […]