Telerehabilitation Safe, Effective for Severe Hemophilia

A telerehabilitation program, wherein physical therapy exercises were delivered to patients by a professional via video calls, was deemed safe and effective at improving the physical condition of people with severe hemophilia, according to a small study in Chile.

Patients reported a high degree of satisfaction with the intervention, noting that having a physical therapist who specialized in the rehabilitation

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Study suggests B6 supplements could ease anxiety and

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Considering one in four UK adults experiences mental illness at some point during their lifetimes, you’d have thought we’d have a more robust knowledge of prevention and treatment methods. But, despite the best efforts of many to make mental illness more mainstream and high-priority where research is concerned, its intricacies – causations, and so on

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How A Young Physical Therapist Hopes To Disrupt His Industry

Vinh Pham is looking to disrupt the world of physical therapy.

“Just because we’ve been doing it one way for 5o years, doesn’t mean we have to keep doing it that way,” he argues.

The Canadian entrepreneur established Myodetox, a chain of physical therapy locations

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Challenges of living with chronic orofacial pain


Chronic orofacial pain is one of the most common forms of chronic pain.1,2 It is defined by the International Classification of Orofacial Pain (ICOP) as pain in the face, mouth, or jaw that is present for at least 15 days in the past month and spans at least 3 months.3,4 Chronic orofacial pain often results in substantial

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Opinion: Marjorie Taylor Greene’s words on Christian

“We need to be the party of nationalism and I’m a Christian, and I say it proudly, we should be Christian nationalists,” Greene said in an interview while attending the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit in Florida on Saturday. Her self-avowal of Christian nationalism follows her claim last month that Christian nationalism is “nothing to be afraid of,” and
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Impact of active surveillance for prostate cancer on the

In our study, we showed that men with prostate cancer on AS, 5 years after their diagnosis of cancer, didn’t present an increased risk of anxiety or depression compared to patients treated by RP or RT, which is also reflected by the absence of overconsumption of anxiolytics. These results are consistent with those of the previously published ProtecT study, which

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