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PTs are important members of multidisciplinary teams helping children with autism spectrum disorders.
Members of the Hand Rehabilitation Section give the work a big thumbs up.
2009 Annual Index
It's a mindset.
A look at recent case scenarios with an eye toward federal and state privacy laws and regulations.
Medicare wants alternatives for fee-for-service and the cap, and APTA is exploring ways to more accurately pay PTs for what they do.
Our cover story this month explores the ways in which physical therapists (PTs) are becoming part of the team working with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Autism and ASDs are rapidly increasing.
Find the right fit. And never settle.
Union, New Jersey. I am 10 years old and new on the block, and make a friend who will change my life forever. Debbie is 4. She has a great smile, no words, and cannot run and play.
- New Foundation Fellowship Focuses On Health Services Research - Year-End Gifts - Winstein Receives $12.4 Million From NIH for Stroke Rehab Study
PTs Should Remain Open To Energy Medicine
- Allison Presents at Annual Evidence-Based Practice Symposium- PTs at College of Staten Island Receive $1.7 Million For SCI Project- Award-Winning Partnership Increases PTA Graduates in WA- Mission Trip to San Marcos, Honduras- Members on the Move
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