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The use and benefits of humor in health care.
Experienced physical therapist educators reach out to new faculty to share their experiences.
To properly address cultural competence issues specific to serving patients and clients of lower socioeconomic status, say physical therapists (PTs) experienced with this population, certain overarching principles of care provision first must be observed.
PT Magazine: Annual Index - Alphabetical by Author
The moves are designed to curb billing abuses.
The December issue of PT Magazine wraps up Volume 15—15 years of articles and columns about the profession of physical therapy. You can see what we've covered this year in our Annual Index—a listing of well over 600 items that appeared in PT in 2007.
Tips and caveats for PTs.
A day in the life of a PTA working in neuromuscular physical therapy.
- Year-end Giving Opportunities
- Foundation Thanks Donors and Bidders in Online Auction
- Foundation's Partners in Research to Exhibit at CSM
Fight Against Erosion Of Physical Therapy
- Legislation and Regulation- Health Care Headlines- Members on the Move- Industry News
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