Saving the Wild – Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation

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Wild life rescue and rehabilitation in one of the prime wild life habitats of India – Kaziranga, Assam.

Directed by- Rita Banerji
Producer & Commissioning Editor- Rajiv Mehrotra

Rita Banerji is a conservation filmmaker. Under her banner Dusty Foot Productions, she has produced several award winning films, including a winner of the Green Oscar at Wildscreen, UK. In 2015, she founded The Green Hub – a youth and community based fellowship for video documentation in the northeast of India, for work related to environment and indigenous knowledge.

Rajiv Mehrotra is the Managing Trustee and Commissioning Editor of PSBT – his films have won more than 300 awards worldwide, including 32 in 31 years from the President of India. His nine books are available in 50 languages and editions.

PSBT is a not-for-profit that nurtures and supports the production of independent documentary films. Over two decades, it has produced some 700 documentary films. Each film averages two festival selections and every second film an award.

Its Board of Trustees includes Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Fali Nariman, Kiran Karnik, Shyam Benegal, Sharmila Tagore and CEO, Prasar Bharati.

Credits
Cinematography: Vijender Sharma, Rohit Gusain
Editing: Rohit Gusain, Vijender Sharma, Sumit Sisodiya
Graphics: Rohit Gusain
Music: Arjun Sen

Produced by PSBT in partnership with Doordarshan India.
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Northeast Veteran Training & Rehabilitation Center | Connecting Point: Veterans Coming Home

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Northeast Veteran Training & Rehabilitation Center | Connecting Point: Veterans Coming Home

The Northeast Veteran Training and Rehabilitation Center (NVTRC) in Gardner, MA is the first and only facility in the United States to serve afflicted veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and their families by combining housing, physical therapy, counseling and college courses for PTSD, TBI, amputees and burn patients.

Northeast Veteran Training & Rehabilitation Center: http://veteranhomestead.org/
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TV ad for Burke's Stroke Rehabilitation Program

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At Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, we’ve spent over a century preparing for some very special moments. Like making your famous cupcakes. Whether you have experienced a stroke or other life changing illness, injury, or surgery, Burke’s expert teams of medical and rehabilitation specialists, using personalized care plans, are dedicated to helping ensure you achieve your maximum recovery. Burke Rehabilitation Hospital – The official sponsor of getting you back to the life you love.

http://www.burke.org/rehab/inpatient/stroke-recovery

Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is designed to help people with heart, lung and vascular disease lead healthier, more active lifestyles. With the help of our comprehensive team of exercise physiologists and health experts, patients learn exercises and healthy behaviors that help increase their overall quality of life.

To learn more, visit http://www.tmh.org/CardiopulmonaryRehabilitationProgram.
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What's Happening at Tri-City Medical Center – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Segment 2

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What's Happening at Tri-City Medical Center - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Segment 2

On this addition of What Happening at tri-City Medical Center host John Bonosoro interviewed Dr. Jason Curry. Dr. Jason Curry is an interventional physiatrist (also known as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) who specializes primarily in non-surgical approaches for the treatment of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine pain, as well as musculoskeletal disorders and joint pain. He has extensive fellowship training in interventions including epidural injections, facet injections, nerve blocks, peripheral joint injections, radiofrequency ablation, sacroiliac joint injections, and spinal cord stimulator neuromodulation. He also performs electromyography and nerve conduction studies (EMG/NCS). Dr. Curry was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. Upon enlisting in the United States Navy, he was initially stationed in San Diego. Following military service, he returned to Charleston for his medical education. He later completed an Interventional Spine Medicine Fellowship at UCLA and then joined Orthopedic Specialists of North County in 2016.

Mexico''s powerful drug cartels have been operating drug rehabilitation clinics, turning some into b

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Mexico''s powerful drug cartels have been operating drug rehabilitation clinics, turning some into b

HEADLINE: AP IMPACT: Drug cartels co-opt rehab for recruits
CAPTION: Mexico”s powerful drug cartels have been operating drug rehabilitation clinics, turning some into bloody killing fields and forcing recovering addicts into their ranks of hit men and smugglers. (Feb. 5)
[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE]
NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOT LIST.
THE MEN AND WOMEN INSIDE THIS DINGY ROOM IN CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO CAME HERE ON THE PROMISE OF HELP. HELP WITH THEIR DRUG ADDICTIONS. BUT SOME MEXICANS SEEKING HELP HAVE FOUND THEMSELVES TRAPPED. TOP MEXICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS TELL AP THAT AT LEAST TWO OF THE COUNTRIES SIX MAJOR DRUG CARTELS ARE RUNNING THEIR OWN REHAB CENTERS.
(Spanish/Victor Valencia , former Ciudad Juarez Public Security Secretariat
” I don”t want to say that this happens in all of them ( referring to rehab centers) but many of them work as some kind of recruit center of people dedicated to crime related activities, particularly narcotrafficking. We checked the criminal records of those who have died in those incidents ( referring to rehab center attacks) and we found that they have criminal records related to drug trafficking. “)
FORMER OFFICIAL VICTOR VALENCIA SAYS MANY OF THE REHAB CENTERS WORK AS A KIND OF RECRUITING CENTER FOR THE CARTELS. THOSE WHO GET HELP ARE TOLD THEY HAVE TO WORK IN THE DRUG DISTRIBUTION RING OR BE KILLED.
MANY OF THE CLINICS IN CIUDAD JAUREZ ARE UNLICENSED. THAT MAKES THEM EASY TARGETS FOR the TRAFFICKERS.
(spanish/ Ramon Ronquillo, Addict
“It”s too bad. It”s very sad believe me, i cannot believe it still. But it did happen, and not once, but there has been several incidents and victims. Unfortunately I”m not god so i could prevent these things, the situation can”t be reverted now , if the people who have the responsibility of stopping these events haven”t done anything, then what can we do then but put our lives in the hands of god, and I assure you that as far as that goes I am at peace. ” )
ADDICT RAMON RONQUILLO SAYS THE PEOPLE WHO COULD HAVE STOPPED THE CARTELS HAVE DONE NOTHING.
[Notes:FROM APTN 10:30 MEXICO FUNERALS]
THE DRUG WAR HAS BEEN PARTICULARLY PAINFUL IN THIS TOWN ACROSS THE BORDER FROM EL PASO, TEXAS. 23-HUNDRED PEOPLE WERE KILLED HERE LAST YEAR. AND IN THE LAST WEEK, 15 PEOPLE–INCLUDING TEENAGERS ATTENDING A PARTY–WERE KILLED WHEN ARMED MEN OPENED FIRE ON THREE HOMES.
APTN STORY NUMBER: 635854
SHOTLIST
1. Wide of drug rehabilitation centre meeting
2. Meeting coordinator talking
3. Man making gang signs to camera
4. Close of the hands of a meeting participant
5. Centre”s logo on wall
6. Sign reading (Spanish) ”Live and let live”
7. Wide of meeting
8. Women participants at meeting
9. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Victor Valencia, former Ciudad Juarez Public Security Secretariat:
“I don”t want to say that this happens in all of them, but many of them work as a kind of recruitment centre for people dedicated to crime related activities, particularly the trafficking of narcotics. We checked the criminal records of those who have died in those incidents (referring to attacks on rehabilitation centres) and we found that they have criminal records related to drug trafficking.”
10. Various of two men sitting outside rehabilitation centre
11. Various of interior of centre”s accommodations
12. Wide exterior of rehabilitation centre
13. Cloth hanging in door to bedroom
14. Sign reading (Spanish) ”evacuation route”
15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ramon Ronquillo, recovering drug addict:
16. Various of man cooking in centre”s kitchen

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Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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No second trip to drug rehab!

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Understanding Stroke | Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital

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Learn about stroke in this short video from Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital in El Paso, TX.

Delma Sosa, a Clinical Liaison at Highlands explains how to identify a stroke using the acronym F-A-S-T, while Jennifer Navarro, an Occupational Therapist at Highlands explains the role of inpatient rehabilitation in stroke recovery.
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Max Chambers interview | Delivering the Rehabilitation Revolution 04.03.2013

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Rehabilitation care is evolving. While the mid 20th century saw medicine’s focus shift from acute infectious disease control toward chronic disease management, the role of rehabilitation professionals in the 21st century must also answer this call for chronic care intervention. Poor nutrition and obesity are the two main drivers contributing to the epidemic proportions of chronic disease that is now overwhelming the biomedical model and health care system today. These directly affect pathophysiological conditions managed by healthcare professionals. Further, education in nutritional considerations broadens career opportunities and effectiveness as a practitioner in the wellness and health promotion domains. It also allows healthcare pros to interact more effectively with the rest of the patient care team and take their place on the frontlines of medicine.

This course by Ginger Garner, MPT ATC, prepares clinicians to affect neuromuscular, psychoemotional, and neuroendocrine outcomes via identification of nutritional risk factors and resource utilization within a biopsychosocial, multi-disciplinary framework, supported by the World Health Organization, Institute of Medicine, and World Confederation for Physical Therapy. It also prepares them to affect change as partners in the Health People 2020 vision for America, leading the fight against chronic disease. Additionally, understanding the gut-brain-body axis is vital for the prevention and rehabilitation intervention that therapists deliver and this course explains the history and current clinical status of this well-supported phenomenon. Addressing nutrition within a plan of care is an integral facet of rehabilitation now and for the future, and this course provides the building blocks to prepare the rehabilitation professional for cutting-edge practice.
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What's wrong with rehabilitation?

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Thanks to China’s de-radicalization courses in Xinjiang, not a single terror case has occurred in the past three years and tourism is booming once again. What’s wrong with rehabilitation? Maybe it is condemned by the US simply because it’s done by China.

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Exercises to aid cardiac rehabilitation from East Cheshire NHS Trust’s Cardiac Rehab Team.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have any doubts over whether these exercises are appropriate for you to perform, please seek medical advice from your doctor or relevant qualified medical professional.

Please note that this video is intended for educational purposes only. The video does not claim to be complete or exhaustive or to be applicable to any particular individual’s medical condition.

Users should always consult with a qualified and licensed doctor or other healthcare professional for specific advice. Reliance on any content is solely at the user’s risk. ​