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To provide optimal patient care in today's evidence-based practice environments, physical therapists (PTs) and physical therapist assistants (PTAs) are moving beyond simply fulfilling state licensure requirements to seek advanced education that addresses specific clinical situations, treatment challenges, and professional goals.
Employee incentives can result in benefits for both physical therapist practices and individual PTs. But incentive programs must be developed and implemented correctly.
Physical Therapy: The Science of Healing. The Art of Caring.
The need for outcome-based compensation.
A group rate?
The VA's physical therapist qualification standards must be updated.
PT Magazine kicks off the year with a wide range of career and
education topics for PTs and PTAs.
Embezzlement couldn't happen to you, right? Or could it?
Growth opportunities for PTAs.
A doctoral student finds her career enhanced by her studies.
- What's New on the Web
More than 75 patients and health care professionals came together October 31 on Capitol Hill to urge Congress to stop the Medicare therapy cap from taking effect.
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What Binds Us Together, What Sets Us Apart
- Legislation and Regulation - Health Care Headlines - Study Snapshot - USF Students Open Clinic For Uninsured- Tournament Raises Funds for Colorado Practice Ace- Members on the Move - Industry News
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