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PT and PTA students not only are learning the value of advocacy. They're also flexing their political muscles, thereby benefiting the entire profession.
Patients don't always behave logically. Understanding the reason for the illogical behavior can provide PTs with tools to address the situation.
Highlights from APTA's 2011 Combined Sections Meeting held in New Orleans, LA.
The need to transform the cycle.
The line between independent contractor and employee is fuzzier than you may think.
The perils of paternalism. Part I.
A passion for getting patients back on track.
A rocky path to fulfillment.
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