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Aging baby boomers, medical advances, and a growing understanding of the value of exercise for the elderly are presenting new opportunities for physical therapists and their patients.
Whether you're a student or a practitioner with 20 years of experience, if you're not networking, you need to start.
APTA's Minority Scholarship Awards are the gifts that keep on giving to students and underserved communities.
Clinical residencies and fellowships benefit PTs, clinics, patients, and communities.
Improper Conduct: Case Three
This concludes a five-part series on contracts published in this space over the past year.
And August is the perfect month in which to get busy.
The articles in this issue of PT Magazine demonstrate the breadth of activities engaged in by physical therapists (PTs) and physical therapist assistants (PTAs).
With the right backing, everything's possible.
- Member Benefit: Health Insurance- What's New on the Web?
- Foundation Honors Three Longtime Supporters- Foundation Recognizes Two APTA Sections at Dinner Dance
The Role of the US Public Health Service In Disaster Response
- APTA Update- Legilsation and Regulation- Association Update- Health Care Headlines- Association Update- Study Snapshot- Members on the Move- Industry News
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