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Here's what "living" the Move Forward brand for physical therapy looks like in practice.
APTA's current policy is that only PTs—not PTAs—should perform spinal and peripheral joint mobilization and manipulation. However, CAPTE recently said it is "not inappropriate" to train PTAs to perform grade I and II peripheral joint mobilization techniques. Where do PTs stand in this debate?
A List of articles published in PT in Motion in 2012 by author and subject.
Implications for physical therapists.
We're being used. And that's a good thing. Reflections on an anniversary.
A Practice Owner Promotes Healthy Habits.
Youth served, a PT rejuvenated.
Industry News: Resistance Exercise Can Boost Cancer Survivors' Self-Esteem
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