• This Week in PT News, April 11 Image

    articleApr 11, 2014 | 1 min. read

    This Week in PT News, April 11

    RICE or POLICE? Some researchers out of the United Kingdom believe that POLICE (Protection, Optimal Loading, Ice, Compression, Elevation) should replace RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation). While most therapists agree that ice, compression, and elevation are key to treating sprains and strains, the amount of rest a patient should take is still a topic of debate. Learn more about the RICE-or-POLICE debate here. Spinal Stimulation Helps Paralysis A new study published in Brain found that electric stimulation …

  • This Week in PT News, April 4 Image

    articleApr 4, 2014 | 2 min. read

    This Week in PT News, April 4

    ICD-10 Delayed On Monday, the Senate approved HR 4302, which extends the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) fix for another year and delays mandatory ICD-10 implementation until 2015. Learn more about this legislation and how it will affect your practice here . Muscle Mass Valuable in Older Adults A new study out of UCLA shows that the more muscle mass older adults have, the less likely they are to die prematurely. This article explains why muscle mass might …

  • This Week in PT News, March 28 Image

    articleMar 28, 2014 | 2 min. read

    This Week in PT News, March 28

    S. 2110 Vote The Senate is scheduled to vote on the Medicare cap this week, so it’s your last chance to contact your local representatives and ask them to vote “yes” for the Medicare SGR Repeal and Beneficiary Access Improvement Act (S. 2110). Find your senator’s contact information here . HR 4302 Vote Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed by voice vote a proposal (HR 4302) to delay for 12 months a scheduled 24% cut to Medicare …


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