I was lucky enough to interview Mandy Mack, who I met when she joined the clinical field team at MGH Institute of Health Professions while I was..
Almost all working occupational therapists should be expecting and receiving some sort of tax return this year. It’s tempting to spend it on..
With the ever-expanding world of technology, it’s only fitting that we assume robots will eventually attempt to take over our profession, right?
I was lucky enough to interview Rafael Salazar, a consulting OT in Georgia, Member of the State OT Board, and owner of Rehab U Practice Solutions
Blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, body temperature, and . . . pain? Ah, the fifth vital sign, added in the 1990’s to improve pain..
Healthcare can be draining and isolating. Clinicians are faced with long hours, difficult patients, and endless hoops to jumps through for..
In the clinic and school-based setting, each patient and child we see is different.
Individuals come to occupational therapy with a different..