Tagged as “physical therapy”
Two Ithaca College professors are examining whether aquatic therapy is as effective for stroke survivors as other, less accessible types of physical therapy.
Survivors of stroke often need physical therapy to regain the ability to walk and move freely. One of the most common forms of therapy used to accomplish that is...
ITHACA, NY — Ithaca College students continue to score well above the national average on certification exams for both athletic training and physical therapy.
Over the last three years, the Ithaca College pass rate for the Board of Certification exam for athletic trainers has been 100 percent, with 47 out of 47 Ithaca graduates passing on their first try. The national...
ITHACA, NY — Kent Scriber, professor of exercise and sport sciences at Ithaca College, was an inaugural corecipient of the Kent Scriber Recognition Award, along with E. James Swenson, a sports medicine physician at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Presented at the Eastern Athletic Trainer’s Association’s...