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Staff from Spaulding’s Equity Dignity and Respect Council presented to a group of students from Charlestown High School’s Early College and Career Health Pathway for a virtual career day, bringing together predominantly Black, Indigenous and People of Color students and speakers, to learn about career options in health care.
Running injuries are common; various studies report between 30-75% of runners are injured each year. Running involves the whole body and therefore a good training routine should include flexibility, strength, and running specific exercises.
Michael Clem PT, DPT discusses how running, one of the best forms of exercise can be done without injury.
Alyssa Mignone, MS, CCC-SLP weighs in on how parents can use screens as educational tools.
Learn about the Assistive Technology Clinic (ATEC) at Spaulding Outpatient Center Boston.
Jean Murby, PT, PCS discusses when a power chair should be considered and how a power chair can contribute to a child’s performance and development.
Learn about the different technologies offered at Spaulding Outpatient Center for Children Salem.
A warmup should not start with your wedge on the range or even swinging a couple of clubs together before you drive off the first Tee box. A warmup starts with your body.
The retros study examined patients admitted during the first surge of COVID-19 during the Spring 2020. The study found that patients admitted to inpatient rehabilitation after hospitalization with COVID-19 demonstrated deficits in mobility, cognition, speech and swallowing at admission and improved significantly in all of these domains by discharge.