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A wide-ranging effort to reshape physical therapy's image formally kicks off.
Physical therapy programs nationwide are educating students using a wide range of new techniques and technologies.
PTs help musicians stay on key.
In June 2008, the APTA House of Delegates officially endorsed the World Health Organization's (WHO) International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Heath (ICF)1. Many are now asking; Now what? What does this mean for our profession and how might it affect me?
Is this plan of care on the level?
With a new president and a stronger Democratic majority in Congress, health care reform efforts are gaining momentum. That offers possibilities and risks for physical therapy.
Why some PT/PTA pairings thrive, to patient's ultimate benefit.
Ethical and legal considerations to providing optimal care.
Big inspiration in a small package.
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- Obama Proposes Health Care IT As Part of Economic Stimulus Plan - PTs Provide Anatomy Training For US Army Chaplains - PTs Participate in International Scientific Advisory Board Meeting - PTs Instruct US Army Chaplains on Human Anatomy - Jones Physical Therapy Participates in Fun Run - Members on the Move - Industry News
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