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Demand for Therapy Jobs Critically High in 2012

January 29, 2012


Rehabilitation therapy is a diverse field within the healthcare industry. It includes both occupational and physical therapy. Occupational therapists work primarily with senior citizens, evaluating and improving their abilities related to physical maladies. While physical therapy is in close relation to occupational therapy, a physical therapist works more with treating specific injuries and diagnosing physical […]

3-D ‘Occupational Therapy’ for Children: Virtual Muscle Machine for Kids With Disabilities

September 17, 2010


It was her love of ballet that led her to work with children who have motor disabilities. The retired dancer, now an occupational therapist, is pioneering a new “virtual” method to analyze movement patterns in children ― and more effectively treat those with debilitating motor disorders. Dr. Dido Green of Tel Aviv University’s Department of […]

Award-Winning Occupational Therapy Website Provides Easy Access to Activity Plans for Children

September 8, 2010


A new solution for parents and caregivers to help children develop motor skill acuity. The newly designed website is an innovative search engine that provides occupational therapists, parents and educators with simple and creative occupational therapy activities designed to help children master daily tasks.

Got Range – T Shirt

July 22, 2010


Joint flexibility is defined as the range of motion (ROM) allowed at a joint. It is measured by the number of degrees from the starting position of a segments to its position at the end of its full range of the movement.

OT Est. 1917 – T Shirt

July 19, 2010


Occupational therapy has grown a lot since its inception in 1917. Celebrate your work and look good in this stylish distressed logo t-shirt. It features our custom-made “Occupational Therapy, Established 1917” graphic. The shirt is casual but promotes OT while on the job.