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A rose is a rose

Brain Injury – A Rose is a Rose

A rose is a rose is a rose… True enough. But the many types of roses that exist deserve differentiation as unique and distinct phenomena. The same is true of […]

PODCAST: Igniting Change with Josh Dotzler

“Never try to be better than someone else. Learn from others, and try to be the best you can be. Success is the by-product of that preparation.” – John Wooden […]

Falling Back into Old Habits? Five Misconceptions About Online Physical Therapy

During the COVID-19 pandemic, telerehab served as one of the only solutions to accessing physical therapy. While this exposed many patients to virtual care and encouraged providers to respond to […]

Trading Places: Dipika Aggarwal’s Story of Recovery Using Telerehabilitation

Dipika Aggarwal, a hospital-based neurologist, traded her white coat for a patient’s gown when she sustained a moderate stroke in 2019 resulting in right hemiplegia (weakness of the right side […]

Online Speech Therapy: An Interview with Dr. Karen Hux

Often led by a speech-language pathologist, the treatment of cognitive and communication deficits has traditionally been delivered face-to-face in a clinical setting. However, online speech-language therapy has emerged as a […]

Capitalizing on the Continuum: Module 2 – The Continuum of Care

From the ICU through community-based care, the Continuum of Care covers each stage of the recovery journey. In this module, Steve Kerschke, PT and Brad Dexter, DPT of Kintinu Telerehab […]

The six components of learning

Capitalizing on the Continuum: Module 1 – Learning Mantras

Explore the concept of learning mantras with Steve Kerschke, PT and Brad Dexter PT, DPT of Kintinu Telerehab. Find out how these six key components, or “mantras”, are an essential […]

Is Speech Therapy Usually Covered by Insurance?

Speech therapy is an important tool for treating speech disorders and impairments, but is speech therapy covered by insurance? Read on to find out. More than 7 million Americans have a voice […]

PODCAST: The Ride for More: Chasing the Olympic Dream with Nicole Brungardt

“The rollercoaster ride is not just the actual slides but the highs and lows of being in athletics.” – Nicole Brungardt Backed by decades of experience producing exceptional clinical outcomes, […]

CASE MANAGERS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT SYNCHRONOUS TELEREHABILITATION VERSUS CLINIC-BASED PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY

By: STEVE KERSCHKE, PT, KAREN HUX, PHD KINTINU TELEREHAB, QUALITY LIVING, INC., OMAHA, NEBRASKA, USA ABSTRACT People with spinal cord injury (SCI) require extensive rehabilitation to maximize independence and quality […]