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Physical therapists who concentrate on electrophysiology and wound management describe the many opportunities for research and practice in those areas.
With the Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program celebrating its 10th anniversary, PT Magazine looks at the program: how it came about, how it benefits clinical instructors today, and how it's expanding in the near future.
PT Magazine recently asked the Catherine Worthingham Fellows what was the best advice they had ever given. Here are their responses.
APTA's Defensible Documentation Project offers resources for members.
Never give up on your goals.
Autonomy versus the automobile.
Be prepared for some capital opportunities.
PT Magazine's cover story this month examines one of the less noticed areas of physical therapy practice: electrophysiology and wound management.
Career advice from beyond the comfort zone.
- First Student Liaison Appointed To Serve Foundation- Fitness Book Signing to Support Foundation- Need Help Planning Your Gifts?- Register Before PT 2007 for Farewell Dinner Dance
- What's in a Name for PTAs?- A Doctoral Level, Not Doctoring, Profession- Clincial Decision Making Versus "Cook-Book" Medicine
- Legislation and Regulation- Health Care Headlines- Study Snapshot- Members on the Move- Industry News
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