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When it comes to women's health, physical therapists offer a broad and expanding range of services.
How well are clinicians and researchers progressing toward achieving that goal? Interviews with physical therapists clearly show the integration of evidence is occurring.
Here's a look at some advances and proposals in the field of health care.
To succeed as a physical therapy practice, you must set yourself apart. Without the right marketing, most of your potential patients never will hear about you. And in the age of consumerism, everyone is bombarded daily with thousands of marketing messages from many different forms of media.
A primer on new regulations regarding identity theft prevention.
Updated ethics documents for PTs and PTAs.
Celebrating 40 years of PTAs. Part two of four.
Empowering patients and herself.
- Business Sense- Data Points- Focus on the Feds- Health Care Headlines- Meeting the Challenge- On The Web- Practice Partner- Research Roundup- The Funny Bone
- APTA: Working Hard For You
- CPT vs. DPT: Does the Public Know the Difference?
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