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An educator talks about her experiences with a hybrid physical therapy program of both face-to-face and online instruction.
From coast to coast, PTs, PTAs, and PT and PTA students are helping battle childhood obesity and overweight.
Some decisions, made with the best of intentions and supported by both logic and policy, turn out to have surprising outcomes. Such is the perverse nature of unintended consequences.
Choosing between vision and immediacy.
PTs have a significant role to play in influencing quality measurement.
The importance of vetting the setting.
Insufficient understanding is at the root of many payment issues.
One paper changed everything.
- Health Care Headlines
- Research Roundup
- The Funny Bone
- Data Points
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