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April is National Occupational Therapy Month

by Howard Gerber on April 2, 2012

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Sometimes we don’t give a second thought about our ability to complete simple tasks: walking to the mailbox, reading a magazine, organizing our calendars and important files, enjoying social interactions with friends and loved ones, etc. Next thing you know, suddenly things change and the abilities we once took for granted may not be counted on anymore. [continue reading…]

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US Physical and Occupational Therapy Employment Trends

by Howard Gerber on September 20, 2010

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Think there’s no future in healthcare? Notice it’s getting harder to find staff and healthcare professionals?

If you were to glance at a list of the country’s hottest jobs, you may get a surprise. Healthcare practitioners such as chiropractors, physical therapists, and occupational therapists now make up 42% of jobs within the industry, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They also say healthcare-related jobs make up 10 of the country’s 20 fastest growing jobs[i]. [continue reading…]


How the Internet is Changing Healthcare

by Angela Stevens on June 17, 2009

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The uneducated patient who relies solely on their healthcare provider to inform them of possible health concerns, symptoms, and treatment is almost a thing of the past. With 60-80% of Internet users seeking health information online, today’s patient is more knowledgeable and ready to take more responsibility for their own health.

The Internet has the potential to inform and empower the health consumer by educating individuals about general health, healthcare services, and support decision making. Unfortunately, the Internet has also proven to have negative impacts for the healthcare industry as well. [continue reading…]

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