Tag Archives: 2 October 2015

School Based Occupational Therapist – San Antonio, TX

  We are actively recruiting for our preferred client in the San Antonio, Texas area is looking to for an Occupational Therapist to join their team of 60+ working full-time in the local schools.  Pediatric experience (school experience preferred) is … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Teens and Concussion: More Than Meets the Eye

[Source:  Lash & Associates Blog] by Phil Hossler, ATC In today’s society, sports are more popular than probably ever imagined. Large numbers of athletes participate in a variety of youth, high school, collegiate, professional, and recreational sports. As sport becomes … Continue reading

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Dermal Monitoring Can Prevent Cerebral Palsy in Preterm Infants

[Source:  Medical X-Press] A research group led by Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine Project Professor MORIOKA Ichirou and Professor IIJIMA Kazumoto (Department of Pediatrics) has suggested a potential method of screening for jaundice (hyperbilirubinemia), a cause of cerebral palsy … Continue reading

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Brain Activity Map Reveals How Infant Vision Develops

[Source EurekAlert] Visual functions, such as the perception of motion direction, start to develop soon after birth and continue to mature over time as infants gain more experience with the world. However, direct evidence of how this maturation process unfolds … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: For the Hesitant Teacher: Leveraging the Power of Minecraft

Editor’s Note: This article was written largely for general education teachers, but Therapy Clinicians can also make excellent use of the game as well.   Take a look at the other articles we have featured on our blog about Minecraft … Continue reading

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