Medical, Allied Health Services
Conversations with Music Therapists by Bob Cowin
Music therapists use music to achieve non-musical goals. Their clients range from children with autism or developmental disabilities, through adults recovering from brain injuries or addiction, to seniors with Parkinson’s disease, depression, or ...
Unique Three Dimensional Approach by Janet C Delorme
Sometimes, a ‘winging scapula’ reveals a disabling scapulothoracic condition. Sometimes it does not. Often, despite no observable winging, debilitating scapulothoracic conditions go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This “shoulder” problem is poorly ...
An Empathetic Journey with Multiple Sclerosis by Robert Cusinato
EVERYTHING THAT HE THOUGHT would happen could no longer happen. His failing physical abilities reminded him while his eyes affirmed this truth. Or so he thought. Mending Nerves follows the journey of Lobio, a seasoned physiotherapist working ...
Suffering Needless Pelvic, Limb, or Back Pain? Time to Check your Alignment! by Wolf Schamberger
“I feel twisted”, “I look crooked in the mirror”, “My problems have been going on for years”, “I have tried every kind of treatment” are commonly heard statements. Whether you have complaints or not, it’s time to look at your body alignment, given ...
The Strengthening of Executive Functions Trough Experiential Learning with Horses by Paulien Rutgers
In ‘Wow, my teacher is a horse!’, scientifically based theory and practical examples clearly explain how the horse can play a role in strengthening executive functions through experiential learning. Since 2004 Paulien Rutgers has been working in ...
by Shyr Chui
Over recent years, the miniaturization and falling cost of medical ultrasound technology have led to widespread interest from clinicians looking to improve their bedside diagnostic skills and augment their clinical decision-making. Education in its ...