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Spread awareness by sharing VEDA’s new infographic!

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Now VEDA has combined pictures and words together to create an infographic that explains vestibular disorders in a nutshell. The goal of VEDA’s “Feeling Dizzy?” infographic is to raise awareness among people who may be experiencing vestibular symptoms but have not yet been diagnosed and may […]

Happy National Physical Therapy Month!

Physical therapy can transform society, one patient at a time. This is your month to go out into your communities and provide a hands-on experience of what you do to keep people fit, active, healthy, and mobile. We encourage you to visit the National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM) webpage for tools and resources, including the […]

Sports should be childs play

More and more evidence is pointing to the importance for kids to play sports seasonally. That is to not specialize in any one sport, at least through the age of 12. Data presented at the April meeting of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine showed that varsity athletes at U.C.L.A.-many with full ride scholarships-specialized […]

Strength and concussion

Torque deficits may put limbs at risk By Jordana Bieze Foster Changes in muscle strength in athletes who have experienced a concussion may help explain the apparent association between concussion and lower extremity injury, according to research presented in May at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), held in Orlando, […]