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These six recipients of APTA's Recognition of Advanced Proficiency for the Physical Therapist Assistant illustrate the dynamic options available to enterprising PTAs.
Physical therapists in acute care settings must possess an extensive skill set. The rapidly evolving health care environment is adding new challenges, while offering new rewards, to those PTs.
Understanding, and being involved in the development of, LCDs and NCDs can help PTs and their patients.
PTs should be aware of regulations addressing services to patients in their homes.
Don't give up on your New Year's goals. Together, we can make them happen.
Use these tools to look at ethical situations in a systematic way.
Physician-employed PTs, PTAs, and PT and PTA students must be part of the discussion and outreach.
Two feature articles in this issue of PT Magazine examine a variety of career paths available for physical therapists (PTs) and physical therapist assistants (PTAs).
- PTs Receive Largest-Ever NIH Rehab Trial Grant
- Study to Use Systems Developed by CRN
- Sponsors Assist With Sweepstakes
- Spirituality and Caregiver Needs- DPTs and Clinical Experience- Student Recruitment, Finances, and Lifestyle
- Legislation and Regulation- Health Care Headlines- Association Update- Study Snapshot- Members on the Move- Industry News
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