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Physical therapy helps Broadway performers stay fit, recover from injuries, and cope with irregular stage designs and props.
Moving away from insurance-oriented thinking.
The virtual world of Web 2.0 is having a growing impact on physical therapy education. Here's a look at some changes that already are occurring.
Three paths to achievement.
An examination of ethical scenarios presented in recent columns.
With the holidays approaching, be aware of anti-kickback rules.
This month's issue of PT Magazine has a wide range of articles. Our cover story, for example, profiles a physical therapist (PT) who works with Broadway performers. He brings a special perspective to his work and a special understanding of his patients because he once was a Broadway performer himself.
Constructing a cliinical career path for PTAs.
Follow these steps to decrease risk and best serve patients and clients.
Relishing a wealth of opportunities to serve.
- Strategic Plan Available for Review- APTA Offers Resources on ICF
- Foundation Offers CSM Sessions on Research and Funding - CSM Section Events To Benefit Foundation - Give a Tribute Gift to Honor Someone Special
- APTA Delivers Keynote Address at AMBUCs Conference
- CORRT Scholars Gather at UD To Discuss Projects
- RMUoHP Confers Degrees To Doctoring Professions
- Members on the Move
- Industry News
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