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Physical therapists serving populations on farms and in small towns and villages are meeting the challenges of distance, climate, and lack of facilities with ingenuity and patient involvement.
PT Magazine recently asked the Catherine Worthingham Fellows for their advice to students and recent graduates on how to determine the focus of their careers.
Improved and creative communications with patients/clients and referral sources can help your practice survive and grow.
Here's a look at some advances and proposals in the field of health care technology.
Should everything go according to the "plan"?
The new year brings revisions.
How one PTA took the plunge to advance her career options.
Finding inspiration in battling the odds.
- Member Benefit- Business Tip- Practice Tips- Web Resources- APTA Welcomes New Members
- Growing Population Responsible for Rising PT Utilization- Taking Ownership: Why is the Key- Energy Medicine And the Existence Of Unicorns- We are the PT Brand
- Health Care Headlines
- Medicare Update
- Research Roundup
- Members on the Move
- Industry News
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