- published: 05 Feb 2017
- views: 2755693
Students (Kristen Stewart, Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Kyle Mooney) share stories of drunken mishaps. Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
Go here for more details: http://exercisesforinjuries.com/eric-cressey-vancouver/ In this video, Eric Cressey gives a quick heads up about the 2010 Fitness and Rehab Conference. http://ExercisesForInjuries.com ***ATTENTION FITNESS PROFESSIONALS***, visit Exercises for Injuries in order to receive your $299 Fitness Education gift. Enjoy! Rick Kaselj of http://ExercisesForInjuries.com You can go here to watch the video - http://youtu.be/3bOiEcynLf0
Today’s episode is brought to you by the Un-carrier. Introducing T-Mobile One. All unlimited. ALL IN! http://bit.ly/2iKrtmS More Celebrity News ►► http://bit.ly/SubClevverNews Selena Gomez has taken a seat behind the camera in her first-ever producing role for ‘13 Reasons Why’, and she’s opening up about battling her own tough times along the way. Not only has Selena produced an entire series, but she’s also helping millions of people cope by sharing their personal stories, further proving that not all heroes wear capes. Selena Gomez might as well add ‘Actual Living Angel on Earth’ to her resume because her newest project is set to change the lives of millions for the better. She’s taken on the exec producer role in the series adaption of the young adult novel ’13 Reasons Why’, takin...
“What if there were therapy robots so affordable that people like my grandmother could take them home after a stroke?” The memory and experience of Michelle Johnson’s fabulous Jamaican grandmother, a dressmaker whose mobility was limited after stroke, is at the heart of Johnson’s quest to make rehab robotics affordable and accessible for stroke patients around the world. Johnson remembers the visceral response in her spirit when she first encountered rehab robotics, leading her to a doctoral degree in engineering to learn how to increase the impact of this technology. At the center of her work remains the goal of accessibility, leading her to develop an innovative crate-delivery system of rehab technology that aims to bridge health care gaps for “everyone, everywhere”. Michelle Johnson k...
Can assistive technology and robots help diagnose and treat an infant, child, or adult with a brain injury such as cerebral palsy? Michelle Johnson shows us it is possible. She combines robotics, rehabilitation, and neuroscience to help patients recover from brain injuries such as strokes and cerebral palsy. In her talk, she displays her innovative methods in improving rehabilitation using intelligent robotic assistants. Michelle is an Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Pennsylvania and directs the GRASP Lab’s Rehabilitation Robotic Research and Design Laboratory Lab at the Perelman School of Medicine. As a pioneer of neurorehabilitation, her work has been featured at the prestigious International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics and Eng...
Dr. Karen J. Nolan discusses current uses of robotics for stroke rehabilitation. She discusses how we can re-train the biomechanics of our body. Karen J. Nolan, PhD is a Senior Research Scientist in the Human Performance and Engineering at Kessler Foundation, Associate Professor of PM&R at Rutgers NJMS, Clinical Research Scientist at Children’s Specialized Hospital, and Affiliated Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Dr. Nolan has extensive experience leading the design and implementation of biomechanical research and strong expertise in balance, gait, movement analysis, neuromuscular physiology, rehabilitation robotics, and peripheral motor control. Dr. Nolan is recognized as a leader in the field of biomechanics and motor rehabilitation and has be...
News: http://wp.me/p3NBfw-3H9 লস এঞ্জেলেসে রিহ্যাবের সাংবাদিক সম্মেলন এবার লস এঞ্জেলেসে 'রিহ্যাব হাউজিং ফেয়ার, যুক্তরাষ্ট্র ২০১৪' আগামী ১৪ নভেম্বর ২০১৪ থেকে লস এঞ্জেলেসে শুরু হতে যাচ্ছে আবাসন খাতের মেলা 'রিহ্যাব হাউজিং ফেয়ার-২০১৪’। গত ২১ সেপ্টেম্বর রবিবার সন্ধ্যায় লিটল বাংলাদেশ, লস এঞ্জেলেসের বাংলা বাজার রেস্তোরায় রিয়াল স্টেট এন্ড হাউজিং এসোসিয়েশন্স অব বাংলাদেশ (রিহ্যাব) আয়োজিত এক সাংবাদিক সম্মেলনে এ কথা জানানো হয়।
Nikki Gardiner, Clinical Lead for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation within University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, discusses the importance of cardiac rehabilitation and returning to exercise after a heart event and touches on the implications for caring for SCAD Survivors in the future
CAIR-Chicago Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, clarifies that Hizb ut Tahrir is a marginal organization not representative of the mainstream Muslim community and explains that the vast majority of Muslims value capitalism, citizenship, and civic engagement.
April 26, 2017 It is critical that our Congressional representatives pass H.R.1361/S.486 before July 1 or Medicare will stop covering the wheelchair accessories that make it possible for me and thousands like me to continue being productive members of society. Here is my speech to the National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology the day before going to Capital Hill to make our case. For a full TRANSCRIPT, visit http://www.ALSRI.org/CRT.html More information about the problem http://www.Access2CRT.org
The Guardian Angels Ukraine Project is a non-profit humanitarian initiative supported by the LUCW under the auspices of the International Council in Support of Ukraine. The project’s mission is to support the medical treatment, rehabilitation, and social integration of Ukraine's wounded soldiers and victims of the Euromaidan attacks. In Ukraine, the project works with Ukraine's Ministry of Defence, its network of military hospitals, academic institutions, local NGO's, civilian rehabilitation facilities, charitable foundations, physicians, and psychologists.