Our approach is very powerful and we have thousands of patients living their lives pain free to prove it. Many of our successful patients had tried physical therapy, chiropractic, epidurals and other pain management techniques in the past and did not achieve the results they had hoped for. After receiving care from The Center For Total Back Care they are pain free and back to the activities they love but were unable to perform in the past.
Returning to Slidell, Louisiana, Arthur borrowed $2,500 from his half sister to fund the fabrication of a resistance exercise machine he was attempting to build in the family's one-car garage. Arthur's 16-year-old son, Gary, designed an off-centered cam as part of the prototype, whose purpuose was to cause the resistance of the exercise to vary in intensity as the user worked the lever arm of the apparatus throughout it's full range of motion.
ARRAY brings interactivity with clinical content into the hands of each conference attendee. Using their own laptop or tablet, or on an iPad provided by MEDX, participants utilize ARRAY to view resources, participate in case studies, answer polling questions, view and interact with the educational content, submit questions to the faculty, and evaluate each session.
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Dr. Kraemer joined PDR in 2003. Prior to joining PDR, he practiced in St. Cloud and Stillwater, Minnesota. He earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota in 1989, and completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1993. His specialty is general, non-operative management of neuromusculoskeletal disorders with an emphasis on neck & back rehabilitation. Dr. Kraemer has interests in injury/illness prevention, MedX spinal rehabilitation, and wellness and health promotion. He is a member of the American Medical Association, Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation (PASSOR), and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Johnson serves as the Medical Director. He joined PDR in 2017 after serving as Assistant Medical Director at HealthPartners' Department of Occupational Medicine. He also served as the Medical Director at NorthWorks Occupational Health for 15 years, where he developed North Memorial Health Care's occupational health clinic. He also held positions at Allina and Columbia Park Medical Group as a staff physician. Dr. Johnson earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota (U of M) School of Medicine in 1985. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, and his Occupational and Preventative Medicine Residency at Regions Medical Center/U of M. He obtained a Master of Public Health Diplomat degree from the U of M School of Public Heath in 1990. Dr. Johnson is board certified in Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine, and is also a Fellow in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
If you’re looking for respiratory equipment, mobility equipment, bathroom safety equipment, or any other types of home medical supplies, X marks the spot at XMED Oxygen and Medical Equipment. With showrooms in Euless, Denton, Longview, Austin and Missouri City, Texas, XMED is able to serve the needs of more Texas residents. We would love the opportunity to serve you and your family.
MedX Health designs, develops and distributes laser medical devices that have been evaluated and tested for safety and effectiveness and cleared and licensed for use in Canada and United States. The technology has gone through stringent evaluation and testing and it has been cleared for sale by the following regulatory bodies: Health Canada and US-FDA.
MedX reduces the friction of traditional equipment from 30% to 0 and 5% friction. This makes a big difference in the ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ phases of resistance–when you push the weight up, and when you let it back down again. If you had 100 pounds on a machine with 2% friction, you would be pushing 102 pounds during the positive phase of the movement and resisting 98 pounds during the negative phase. This is a four pound difference between pushing the weight up and letting it down. On traditional equipment, with 30% friction, that 100 pounds turns into you having to push 130 pounds during the positive phase and resisting 70 pounds during the negative phase, for a total difference of 60 pounds. That gives your muscles plenty of time to recover on the downswing, which severely impacts your ability to properly stimulate your muscles.
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Clayton was raised in a small town in western Colorado. He has four children, three boys and one girl, with his wonderful wife Amber. Clayton finished his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University in 2008 and completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) at the University of Colorado in 2012. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and serves at the Education Chair of the Idaho Physical Therapy Association. Clayton has been with RehabAuthority since 2016.
Scott has recently moved to Treasure Valley after being in southern Nevada the majority of his life. He graduated from Virgin Valley High school in Mesquite Nevada in 1991. Following high school, Scott served a 2 year mission in Argentina for his church. After graduating from Southern Utah University with his Bachelors in Arts and Language. In 2000, Scott completed school and graduated as Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from Andrews University. Scott has worked in inpatient, home health and outpatient settings for 15 years in Mesquite, Nevada before moving up to Idaho. As a member of the RehabAuthority team now for one year, he is excited to have joined a group of highly skilled physical therapists who enjoy treating the cervical and lumbar spine.
Pete was born and raised in Rexburg, ID. After earning a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology from Brigham Young University Idaho, he completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Pacific University in Hillsboro, OR in 2018. Immediately after graduation, Pete joined the staff at RehabAuthority in Nampa having already completed a nine-week clinical internship with them.
Unique padded restraint system neutralizes shoulder, arm and chest muscles while isolating waistline muscles. Separate system of padded restraints effectively locks the pelvis and prevents the hip and gluteus muscles from assisting in rotation of the torso. Increases strength and flexibility at the core of the body, making it a favorite among golf pros looking to increase club head speed.
The success of healthcare reform to meet the goals of Triple Aim relies in large part on the capacity for learning and behavior change at both the individual level and the system level. With that in mind, all topics presented at MEDX Regional Conferences are designed within the framework of the NQS priorities outlined by the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Aaron married his wife Kristin, a West Fargo native, in 2013 and 2 years later were presented with an opportunity to move to Fargo to be closer to family and friends. Aaron is excited to be a part of the Fargo/Moorhead community and Rehab authority team, where he strives to provide the best physical therapy possible to the people of the Red River Valley.
This is not a good look for the Illinois Republican Party. It’s evidently too late for party officials to do anything except ask Jones to drop out, which he’s unlikely to do. “There is no room for Neo Nazis in American politics,” Gov. Bruce Rauner said Monday. Except there will be room for Jones on the GOP ballot. More bad news: The deadline passed for a primary election write-in candidate to register, though there is an opportunity for someone to run as a write-in or independent for the Nov. 6 general election. As for what to do in the primary, we hope Republican voters in the 3rd district are aware that Jones is a cretin and do not support him. The closer to zero votes he gets, the better.
As with everything that we bring to our clients, the MedX line of equipment is backed by a whole battery of independent scientific research that speak to its efficacy in increasing strength and improving function and quality of life. Arthur Jones’ work was validated by independent research teams at the School of Medicine of the University of Florida and San Diego, and he spent fourteen years in development of his equipment. He was trying to do something very specific–he wanted to develop a way to specifically strengthen the lower back, as he was seeing lots of people in strength training dealing with lower back pain. In order to target and strengthen these muscles specifically, he developed a patented pelvic restraint system. It was found that many machines that purported to work the lower back were actually targeting and strengthening the hamstrings and gluteus muscles instead. The University of Florida conducted a controlled study that found that people who worked out on two different “Low Back Machines” for 12 weeks actually gained no strength at all in their lumbar extensor muscles, but instead got stronger in their hamstring and gluteus muscles.
Healthcare delivery is in the midst of total reform, medical knowledge is exploding, and therapeutic options for many diseases have multiplied. At Medical Education Exchange (MEDX®), we are committed to delivering high-quality, evidence-based clinical education designed within the context of the new healthcare mandate of improving access and increasing quality at lower cost to all.
Brian was born and raised in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. After earning a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and athletic training from Southern Utah University, he completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2014. Immediately after graduation, Brian joined the staff at RehabAuthority in Nampa and has been the Rehab Director since 2016.
Mike is certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (The McKenzie Method), which focuses on specific exercises to eliminate pain and stiffness while restoring normal function. This method is highly researched and can help patients obtain full recovery through patient education and self-treatment. Mike also utilizes hands-on methods, therapeutic exercises, taping and a variety of other techniques to assist patients.
Underlying the inaction against Jones is a widespread belief that neither he — nor any Republican — has a chance of winning against Lipinski in November in the solidly Democratic district. Other Republicans have pointed to partisan gerrymandering as a barrier to recruiting viable GOP candidates in the 3rd District. Still, the party needed only 603 signatures to run someone against Jones in the first place and U.S. law does not require candidates to live in the congressional district for which they are running.