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Physical therapists are helping civilians and veterans with traumatic brain injury reclaim their lives.
PT Magazine recently asked the Catherine Worthingham Fellows to recall a significant challenge in their professional careers. They were asked how they confronted or overcame the challenge, and what advice they would offer to others facing similar challenges.
We must practice what we preach.
Stuck between a RUG and a hard place.
From practice to payment to POPTS, every PT should be familiar with these five tenets of state advocacy.
This months' article focuses on traumatic brain injury in both military and civilian environments. And it also looks at the wide range of effects from TBI. As one PT explains, “No two brain injuries are the same. Not that any two neurologic injuries are the same, but TBI is even more unpredictable.
The many benefits of continuous learning.
Some things need no translation.
- Foundation Campaign Reaches for $4 Million by June
- Foundation Funds 10 Researchers
- 20th Marquette Challenge Deadline Set for April 21
- Surviving and Preventing Embezzlement
- Government Affairs: Easier Than You Think
- Honoring Veterans
- Legislation and Regulation- Health Care Headlines- Association News- SnapShot- Members on the Move
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