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Groundbreaking conferences have broadened physical therapy's frontiers, with profound implications for patients.
Some physical therapists may believe that alumni associations exist only for their fundraising capabilities. PT Magazine discovered, however, that raising money is just one facet of a much larger mission.
This is the second of three articles on preventing falls and fall-related injuries. It addresses both evaluations and tests and interventions. Presented here is the introduction to the article. For the full article, go to http://www.apta.org/continuingeducation and enter the APTA Learning Center via the "Print-based Courses" link.
Presidential Candidates McCain, Edwards, Kucinich, and Paul on Health Care.
It's something to wear and share.
Ultrasound for everybody?
All agree on the need for change, and APTA members can influence the debate.
This issue of PT Magazine contains a diverse collection of articles and columns.
Meeting the needs of patients with cancer.
- Legislation and Regulation- Health Care Headlines- Association Update- Study Snapshot- In Memoriam- Industry News
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