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After working for more than 25 years at APTA, CEO Frank Mallon is retiring this month. PT Magazine spoke with him about the Association's achievements during his tenure, his hopes for the future of physical therapy, and his upcoming plans.
No one DPT or t-DPT program is “right” for everyone. But there is a process that can help identify the best options for each student.
Clinicians at a Northeastern inpatient rehabilitation center wanted to improve quality of care, patient and program outcomes, and staff skills for patients with spinal cord injury. Here's how they did it and how you might tackle similar projects.
These steps can help you go the distance.
A student is schooled in harassment.
Physical therapists and other eligible professionals can qualify for a bonus under Medicare by reporting on a set of quality measures. But the initial benefit is limited.
The common thread running through many of the articles in this issue of PT Magazine is one of transitions.
Providing services and programs to people who have multiple sclerosis.
- Member Benefit: APTA-Endorsed Dental Insurance
- What's New on the Web: Emergency Preparedness Guidelines
- First Student Liaison Appointed To Serve Foundation- Fitness Book Signing to Support Foundation- Need Help Planning Your Gifts?
-The Growing Decisions Of Growing Up-The Need for Evidence-Based Practice- Reflections on Vision 2020
- Association Update
- Legislation and Regulation
- Health Care Headlines
- Study Snapshot
- Members on the Move
- Industry News
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