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Category: Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy for Concussions: Your Guide to Treatment

Concussions are extremely common in America. 61,000 Americans died from traumatic brain injuries in 2019. That’s roughly seven deaths an hour. Anyone can receive a concussion at any moment. But no […]

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What Are the Types of Rehabilitation?

If you have experienced a catastrophic injury like a brain injury, spinal cord injury, or stroke, rehabilitation is a key step in helping you recover. Through various levels of care, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Vestibular Therapy for Concussions

A concussion can cause balance and orientation issues. With vestibular therapy for concussions, you can get your life back on track. Did you know that at least 25 percent of teenagers […]

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: […]

PODCAST: Taking Turtle Steps Towards Progress with Julie Edge

“Keystone habits create widespread change. Focus on the small wins along the way.” ― Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business […]

Work from Home: Kintinu Telerehab Offers Solutions When Nothing Else Can

Today, Jeff Griffin is playing with his daughter, Leta. The one-year-old blazes into the living room, half-sprint and half-waddle, right to the spot where Jeff sits on the carpet. She […]

Telerehabilitation: Benefits, Misconceptions, and How to Achieve Long-Term Adoption

Although telemedicine has been around since the beginning of the 20th century, resistance to widespread adoption remains, especially when considering clinical applications that traditionally involve a “hands-on” component. Telerehabilitation involving […]