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Meeting the needs of children and families is no small matter for pediatric specialty practitioners.
Physical therapy research has come a long way in the last few decades. Here's a look at where it is today, its prospects for the future, and what it means to physical therapists.
Here's a look at some advances and proposals in the field of health care technology.
PQRI is now PQRS- and that's not the only change to this Medicare program.
Dealing with a belated revelation.
Helping golfers put sting in their swing.
Messages that bear repeating and resources that bear scrutiny.
A self-doubting student finds she's got what it takes to thrive as a PT.
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