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We are excited to be hosting Maryland Construction Network‘s Direct Connect Networking Extravaganza Featuring a Pre-Networking Presentation & Facility Tour: “How the Proper Physical / Occupational Therapy Provider Can Help Your Company Save Time,
Injuries in the workplace are costly, both for the employer and the injured employee. They cost money, lost time at work,
Smartphone technology continues to change the way we live our lives. We carry a device that allows us to communicate with friends and family around the world,
According to the National Safety Council, a worker is injured on the job every 7 seconds. That is a lot of injuries and a lot of missed work days.
Join Rehab at Work for the OrthoBethesda Great Strides 5K Run and Walk to help raise critical funds for Hypothalamic Hamartomas,
In Science Daily’s new paid study by the University of Arizona, a bad night’s sleep may results in a spike in blood pressure that night,
Many times, as health care providers, one of our biggest obstacles to overcome is a patient’s pain, even long after the initial injury may have occurred.
The elbow is a complicated hinged joint consisting of three bones: the humerus, ulna, and radius. At the ends of these bones is a bit of cartilage,
At all of our 9 locations, our therapists are trained in using Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) tools. These tools are ergonomically designed instruments to help break down some of the scar tissue and fascial restrictions that build up over time after an injury.