Best Allied Health Jobs For 2019
Jan14

Best Allied Health Jobs For 2019

With 2019 finally in full swing, it’s time to take a look at some of the best healthcare jobs for this year. Whether you’re just getting into the medical field, or looking to transition into a new specialty, it’s important to take a look at some of the top jobs on the market. It’s also a good way to see just how your medical career stacks up against the others! Below we’ll take a look at some of the best allied health jobs for 2019....

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Importance of Baseline Concussion Testing
Dec18

Importance of Baseline Concussion Testing

There’s an epidemic going on right now, and it’s sure to be invading the offices of healthcare professionals around the nation. Unlike the opioid epidemic, this issue is a little harder to identify. It could be found in the pee wee football player that takes a hard hit. Or, it could be a college soccer player that takes a ball to the head. Undiagnosed concussions have been plaguing sports for decades now, and health professionals are...

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Benefits of VR Therapy
Nov16

Benefits of VR Therapy

What if you had the ability to send your patients to the beach to rehab an injury? Or, what if your psychology patient could face his or her phobia in a controlled environment. Maybe, you’re working with a younger child and you want to reward all their hard work with a trip to outer space? Well, with virtual reality, the possibilities are endless when you’re working with patients. While it’s still in its infancy, VR therapy is slowly...

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Burn Therapy Could Be the Specialty You Need
Jul24

Burn Therapy Could Be the Specialty You Need

Burns are one of the most traumatic injuries the human body can endure.  Multiple body systems are simultaneously involved. Depending on the severity, burns can appear deceivingly non-threatening while doing most of their dirty work beneath the damaged skin. Damaged blood vessels dilate causing inflammation and edema are typically listed among many other life-threatening problems.  Once the patient is stabilized and undergoes graft...

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Occupational Therapy In Nursing Homes
Jun28

Occupational Therapy In Nursing Homes

In the past, nursing homes were largely regarded as an elderly person’s final residence. After living a long and independent life and then suffering a debilitating injury or chronic illness that compromises their independence, it was generally accepted that the person would be more than happy to spend the rest of the life in a state of peaceful rest and relaxation, playing cards in the community room and having their every personal...

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