Fixing an ACL, with pre-PT

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At one point or another, we all know someone who has needed physical therapy. Whether it was the football player in high school who tore his ACL during a game, the next-door neighbor with tennis elbow, or your grandma after her hip replacement, chances are somebody in your life has gone to a rehabilitation clinic […]

Helping Haiti: Gannon’s Cara Black on Call as Translator for Orphans

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When news of Tuesday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Port-au-Prince reached Gannon University senior occupational therapy major Cara Black, she said she was deeply distressed – but willing to do whatever she could to help. Black will be featured at 7 p.m. tonight on Channel 35 WSEE in Erie’s Haitian earthquake relief telethon – along with fellow […]