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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Virtual Driver Training: The Impact of Virtual Occupational Therapy

As therapists, one of the most common goals our clients have is to return to driving. It offers the opportunity to access the community, a jobsite, leisure activities, and an […]

Virtual Physical Therapy with Kintinu: A Student’s Perspective

Recently, we had the pleasure of having Jake Massey, a physical therapy student from Creighton University, join Kintinu/QLI for an eight-week rotation. Over the years, we’ve had many talented students […]

Aphasia: The Frontlines of Communication and Research at QLI

Originally published on QLI Omaha. Aphasia is a language disorder associated with injury to parts of the brain responsible for communication. Arguably the best way to describe aphasia is with […]

PODCAST: Keep On, Keepin’ On with Jake Meyers

“Those with the growth mindset found success in doing their best, in learning and improving. And this is exactly what we find in the champions.” — Carol S. Dweck, Mindset: […]

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Neuroplasticity: What it Takes to Become an Expert

Originally posted on QLI Omaha. The human brain has a unique superpower called neuroplasticity. All of us have skills we’d like to improve. Perhaps it’s something straightforward—a golf swing, a […]

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Build a Better Brain: A Discussion with Neuropsychologist Dr. Jeff Snell

Originally posted on QLI Omaha Wondering how the brain develops over time? Dr. Jeff Snell from QLI Rehabilitation walks us through this, fact-checking cognitive programs, and discussing brain wellness. Brain […]