Who We Are & What We Do
APTA represents more than 85,000 members: physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy.
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The APTA Learning Center is your starting point for personalized learning.
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Use PTNow to help you put evidence into patient care.
- Supervision & Teamwork- Patient Handouts
The MPPR/fee calculator calculates payment for each CPT code based on geographic location.
- Functional Limitation Reporting
- Medicare Changes
Take action to stop the Medicare therapy cap.
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Becoming a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant is just the beginning. Consider the following career development opportunities.
Residency and fellowship programs normally occur after the graduate physical therapist has obtained clinical experience in the workplace.
Get certified in one of eight specialty areas.
Develop the skills and techniques necessary to provide a structured and effective clinical learning environment for students.
Continue your career development by pursuing a postprofessional degree.
There are several programs within APTA and its chapters and sections to help you develop your leadership skills and advance your career.
Recognizes PTAs who have achieved advanced proficiency through education, experience, leadership and as part of the PT/PTA team in a specified area of work.
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