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Telehealth has come a long way in the past decade. The technology and applications have grown greatly. But some barriers still need to be overcome.
Technology has given birth to data mining. Should it be outlawed or encouraged? PTs explain the implications for physical therapy.
A look at regulations for providing interpreters and other communication services to patients with hearing impairment and limited English proficiency.
When letters spell out a problem.
Highlights of the PTA Town Hall meeting.
From injured soldier to future PT.
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Learning From "Voodoo" Practice Charges
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