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PTs in the United States are helping patients globally.
Increasingly, PTs are claiming places at board tables in health care. But important seats remain to be filled.
This is the third in a series of continuing education articles on diabetes mellitus.
View highlights from APTA's Annual Conference and Exposition (PT 2008), held June 11-14, 2008, in San Antonio, CA.
The benefits of our diverse experiences.
When home health reveals an unhealthy home.
With shrinking revenues and expanding demands, lawmakers look for new ways to improve access to services.
Medical tourism has become big business. Estimates of the number of Americans who travel overseas for health care vary from 300,000 to 500,000. The market itself is valued at more than $20 billion, and is expected to rise to $40 billion by 2010.
From PTA to patient.
Injury brings insults—and a new career path.
- Foundation Campaign Raises $5 Million-Plus for PT Research - Online Auction Opens in October - Foundation Awards $370,500 in Scholarships and Fellowship
- Legislation Avoids Payment Cuts, Expiration of Cap Exceptions Process- Proposed 2009 Fee Schedule Includes Payment Cuts- Congress Passes Student Loan, Accreditation Initiatives- Conference Addresses Professional Self-Regulation- Sciaky and Engineering Students Collaborate to Build Specialty Walker- In Memorium- Members on the Move
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