• October 2006

    Features

    • A Gold Medal Team

      Seth Wescott won a gold medal for the United States at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games. That achievement required years of practice and conditioning…and rehabilitation after a serious injury. Physical therapy has played an important role.

    • Evidence on the Clinic Floor

      Using evidence-based practice sometimes is easier said than done. These PTs, from a variety of settings, offer guidance on how to incorporate research and evidence into daily practice.

    • APTA Connect

      Software for improved patient documentation and outcomes measurement.

    • Helping Patients with Limb Loss

      Whether due to disease or trauma, people who lose limbs are motivated to get back to work and activities. Here’s how PTs can help make it happen.

    • 23 Emerging Leaders Recognized

      The purpose of the award is to identify and honor one physical therapist (PT) or physical therapist assistant (PTA) from each component who has demonstrated extraordinary service early in his or her physical therapy career.

    • Physical Fitness for Special Populations

      APTA has embarked on a wide-ranging, multifaceted program to address the physical fitness needs of special populations.

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