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Medicare Bundled Payments: CORA Makes House Calls

Medicare Bundled Payments: CORA Makes House Calls

Providing Better Outcomes for TKA and THA Patients While Helping Orthopedic Surgeons Control Costs During an illness or a course of treatment, Medicare in the past made separate payments to providers for each service. In order to address the drawbacks of this...

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Can Physical Therapy Treat Vertigo?

Can Physical Therapy Treat Vertigo?

Resolving Dizziness and Other Inner-Ear Problems With the Help of Your Physical Therapist Dizziness and vertigo are common issues that lead patients to seek medical care. The cause of dizziness can be something small like a change in medication or improper glasses...

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Treatment for Latent Injuries Following a Car Accident

Treatment for Latent Injuries Following a Car Accident

Why seemingly minor injuries should still be examined by a professional Auto accident victims often refuse medical care at the accident scene, believing their injuries are not serious. But, pain and inflammation may develop later. When this happens, it's called a...

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The Science Behind Ergonomic Workstations

The Science Behind Ergonomic Workstations

5 benefits ergonomics can provide to employers and employees The science of ergonomics, or human factors engineering, gets its name from the Greek word for work: ergon. This study of workplace efficiency is a recognized science with a body of proven research and...

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3 Benefits of the AlterG Treadmill

3 Benefits of the AlterG Treadmill

Defying gravity can remove obstacles to exercise Many patients face barriers to exercise, including pain and being overweight. The AlterG Treadmill helps remove these barriers by providing an experience that’s the equivalent of being in water without the resistivity...

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How to Improve Balance as We Age

How to Improve Balance as We Age

Advice for anyone experiencing balance issues In the human body, balance is the ability to distribute weight in a way that will let us hold a steady position or move independently without falling. But as we age, the muscles that help us to stand tall begin to weaken,...

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