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November 5, 2019

Elite-level video gaming requires new protocols in sports medicine

Esport athletes at risk for physical, psychological and metabolic disorders

Evaluating mind-body therapies for opioid-treated pain

This study combined results from dozens of other studies to evaluate how mind-body therapies were associated with pain and opioid-related outcomes.

Help line launched for caregivers in Ontario as survey shows increasing stress

Family caregivers in Ontario now have a help line if they’re needing respite, a support group or information on issues including tax credits.
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Co-managing patients: RMTs can be leaders within interprofessional case collaboration

Despite semantics, the heart of the matter is achieving the best possible outcomes. Research suggests interprofessional case collaboration (ICC) greatly improves the quality and safety of patient care. Constructive conversations among team members provide the advantage of their collective clinical skills and experiences; the rationale being that a higher level of service occurs with a collaborative approach than each working alone. Maybe a second assessment catches something that you did not during your initial intake. Perhaps the patient’s tissue responds better to medical acupuncture than manual techniques. So, I think we can safely say that an ICC approach does not have any risks, and is, in fact, an obvious win for the patient. » Learn more