• Feature

    2015 PT in Motion Annual Index

    A list of articles published in PT in Motion in 2015 by author and subject.

    Alphabetical

    BY AUTHOR

    B

    Bensley KG. Harnessed Yet Unleashed (Defining Moment). 2015;7(9):66-67.

    C

    Crandall D. Using Mobile Technology in Patient Care? (Compliance Matters). 2014;6(11):6-9.

    D

    Dunning J, Butts R. The Evidence for Acupuncture (Viewpoints). 2015;7(3):6-7.

    Duyck M. The Road That Chose Me (Defining Moment). 2015;7(7):62-63.

    G

    Goldman F. Vision Fulfilled (Defining Moment). 2015;7(6):62-63.

    Grassl W. 5 Ways to Improve Your Business Skills Through Comedy Improv (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):48.

    Green-Wilson J. 5 Myths About Bullying in the Workplace (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):54.

    Green-Wilson J. Microaggression: A Form of Bullying? (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):56.

    H

    Hayhurst C. Creative Components. 2015;7(2):14-22.

    Hayhurst C. Harmonic Emergence. 2015;7(9):34-42.

    Hayhurst C. How PTs Are Transforming the Workplace with Ergonomics. 2015;7(5):18-26.

    Hayhurst C. Measuring by Value, Not Volume. 2015;7(6):22-30.

    Hayhurst C. Putting Data to Work. 2015;7(2):34-42.

    Hayhurst C. The Power of Prediction. 2015;7(5):28-37.

    Hayhurst C. Why Physical Therapists Are Embracing Lean Management. 2015;7(11):24-28.

    Holcomb S. Membership: Job One? (PTAs Today). 2014;6(11):60-61.

    I

    Islas F. A Roof, Not a Ceiling (Defining Moment). 2014;6(11):62-63.

    J

    Johnson N. A Source of Strength (Defining Moment). 2015;7(4):62-63.

    K

    Keil A. Getting a Rise Out of Him (Defining Moment). 2015;7(3):62-63.

    Kirsch NR. Pothole, Pitfalls (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(6):10-14.

    Kirsch NR. A Friendly Reminder (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(1):10-13.

    Kirsch NR. An Education on Staff Behavior (Ethics in Practice). 2014;6(11):10-13.

    Kirsch NR. Class Struggle (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(4):6-10.

    Kirsch NR. Determining the Best Choice (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(3):14-16.

    Kirsch NR. Discharge Discounted (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(8):10-13.

    Kirsch NR. Hasta La Visa? (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(9):12-16.

    Kirsch NR. House Rules (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(11):14-17.

    Kirsch NR. Instructive Queries (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(5):12-16.

    Kirsch NR. Preexisting Conviction (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(7):12-15.

    Kirsch NR. Rude Welcome (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(10):12-16.

    Kirsch NR. The Perils of Passivity (Ethics in Practice). 2015;7(2):10-13.

    Konstalid M. A Constructive Approach (Defining Moment). 2015;7(8):62-63.

    L

    Lane S. Air Support (Defining Moment). 2015;7(11):62-63.

    Latawiec E, Still L. Bigger. Better? (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(10):10.

    Lee G. ICD-10: A Primer for PTs (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(9):6-10.

    Lee G. MACRA Makes Macro Changes (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(8):6-9.

    Lee G. Observations With Implications (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(6):6-9.

    Levine A. Coming Clean (Defining Moment). 2015;7(1):84-86.

    Loria K. Embezzlement: That Could Never Happen in My Practice. 2015;7(4):24-33.

    Loria K. Innovative Models of Care Delivery. 2015;7(8):24-30.

    Loria K. Outstanding in Their Field. 2015;7(6):14-21.

    Loria K. Pioneering PTs. 2014;6(11):14-22.

    Loria K. Sticks and Stones. 2015;7(1):28-34.

    M

    Marchetti MB. Operative Insights (Defining Moment). 2015;7(2):60-62.

    McAdam J. Striking Gold in Copper City (Defining Moment). 2015;7(5):66-67.

    Merrick C. Take a Holistic Approach to Health Care (Viewpoints). 2015;7(11):6.

    Morris C. Partners in the Profession's Future (PTAs Today). 2015;7(1):82-83.

    N

    Napier R. The Power of Strategic Partnerships (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):52.

    R

    Ries E. A Guide to Safeguarding Patient Information (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(7):8-11.

    Ries E. Acting on a Weight of Evidence. 2015;7(2):32.

    Ries E. Declaration of (Unlikely) Independence (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(11):8-11.

    Ries E. Dry Needling: Getting to the Point. 2015;7(4):12-22.

    Ries E. Questioning the Path of Lease Resistance. 2015;7(7):16-22.

    Ries E. Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates. 2015;7(10):18-27.

    S

    Schuette S. Implementing Evidence-Based Practice Throughout a Large Hospital System. 2015;7(3):26-32.

    Smith HL. Update on the Physician Quality Reporting System (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(3):8-12.

    Speropulos K. Jumping Into Kangaroo Care. 2015;7(10):28-34.

    Still L, Latawiec E. Narrow Networks, Broad Concerns (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(5):6-10.

    Still L. Utilization Management Review Essentials (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(1):6-9.

    Swingle P. From Patient to Partner (Defining Moment). 2015;7(10):62-63.

    T

    Tepper DE. An Insider's Guide to Getting the Most from Trade Shows. 2015;7(7):32-38.

    Tepper DE, Elliott T. Health Care Technology Today (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):34-43.

    Tepper DE. Raters Gonna Rate. 2015;7(8):14-22.

    Tepper DE. Tapping Into Vendor Marketing Assistance. 2015;7(7):24-31.

    Tepper DE. The Best States in Which to Practice. 2015;7(9):18-28.

    V

    Velsmid M. 5 Steps to Starting a Profitable Aquatics Program (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):48.

    Venere K, Ridgeway K. Acupuncture Effect Not Clinically Meaningful (Viewpoints). 2015;7(7):6-7.

    W

    Wojciechowski M. May the Force Be With You. 2015;7(3):18-24.

    Wojciechowski M. Overcoming Patient Misbeliefs. 2015;7(11):18-21.

    Wojciechowski M. Physical Therapist Authors. 2015;7(6):32-40.

    Wojciechowski M. The Future of Physical Therapist Education. 2015;7(1):14-26.

    Alphabetical

    BY SUBJECT

    American Physical Therapy Association

    2016 APTA Strategic Plan Locks in on APTA Vision (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):54.

    Creative Components. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(2):14-22.

    Facing True North From the Louisiana South. 2015;7(9):44-50.

    Harmonic Emergence. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(9):34-42.

    New APTA Policy Priorities Leverage the Power of Physical Therapy (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):45.

    Combined Sections Meeting

    2015 CSM Photos Now Available (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):53.

    Changing Environment Calls for Changing Curricula, Says Cerasoli Lecturer. 2015;7(3):34.

    Confronting Head and Neck Cancer, a Team Effort. 2015;7(3):37.

    Crane Lecturer Calls for Higher Ethical Values; Integrity 'At the Heart of the Profession'. 2015;7(3):35.

    Don't Sing the Blues; Assess for VTE With High Sensitivity. 2015;7(3):42.

    Highlights. 2015;7(3):34-42.

    Home Health Update. 2015;7(3):40.

    Identifying Predictors for Injuries Before They Happen. 2015;7(3):39.

    PD Patients: Impact of Balance Impairment on Falls Risk. 2015;7(3):39.

    Putting It All Together: Developing Your Facility's Clinical Education. 2015;7(3):37.

    Repetition and Skill Training More Effective Than Strength Training in Working With Injured Runners. 2015;7(3):40-41.

    Sex is an ADL. 2015;7(3):42.

    Want to Achieve APTA's Vision? Act Like a Race Car Driver. 2015;7(3):36.

    Foundation for Physical Therapy

    Foundation Now Accepting Grant and Scholarship Applications, Letters of Intent (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):54.

    In Memoriam

    Levine, Stephen. 2015;7(4):44.

    NEXT 2015

    2015 House of Delegates: House Takes Transformation Head-On. 2015;7(8):37.

    Anti-Obesity Policies:What Constitutes Success? 2015;7(8):41.

    Billie Jean King Serves Up Winning Keynote Address. 2015;7(8):33.

    Does Business Belong in PT Education? Oxford Debaters Duke it Out. 2015;7(8):36.

    Highlights from NEXT Conference & Exposition. 2015;7(8):32-44.

    Leadership Will Drive Societal Transformation: Panel. 2015;7(8):44.

    Make FES a Standard-of-Care Intervention, Maley Lecturer Says. 2015;7(8):35.

    McMillan Lecturer Calls for Clinician-Scientists; Perfection Not Required. 2015;7(8):34.

    Movement System Is Our Professional Identity. 2015;7(8):36-37.

    One Medical Center's Journey to Implementing a Clinical Practice Guideline. 2015;7(8):42.

    Physical Therapy Transforms:More Than 1,000 Bring the Message to Capitol Hill. 2015;7(8):42.

    Reform Efforts Soon Will Pay Off, Experts Say. 2015;7(8):44.

    Rothstein Roundtable Discusses Human Movement System. 2015;7(8):38.

    Resources

    5 Things to Consider Before Taking a Break From Your Practice (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):52.

    APTA Launches 'A Profession in Transformation' Series (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):52.

    APTA, AOTA, ASHA Issues Consensus Statement on Clinical Judgment in Health Care Settings (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):46.

    New PT-PTA Toolkit Now Available (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):59.

    Peer Review Resources Available From APTA (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):45.

    Postpartum Exercise, Concussion, Stroke, and More:Catch Up With Move Forward Radio (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):50.

    State Copay Laws Mapped Out in New APTA Resource (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):54.

    Avocations

    Physical Therapist Authors. Wojciechowski M. 2015;7(6):32-40.

    Career Management

    5 Things to Consider Before Taking a Break From Your Practice (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):52.

    A Roof, Not a Ceiling (Defining Moment). Islas F. 2014;6(11):62-63.

    A Source of Strength (Defining Moment). Johnson N. 2015;7(4):62-63.

    Coming Clean (Defining Moment). Levine A. 2015;7(1):84-86.

    Demand for PTs Likely to Increase, Even With More Graduates Available (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):49.

    Forbes Says PT Jobs Will Be Hard to Fill in 2016 (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):47.

    From Patient to Partner (Defining Moment). Swingle P. 2015;7(10):62-63.

    McMillan Lecturer Calls for Clinician-Scientists; Perfection Not Required. 2015;7(8):34.

    Median PT Earnings Nearly $10K Lower for Women Than Man in 2013 (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):52.

    Operative Insights (Defining Moment). Marchetti MB. 2015;7(2):60-62.

    The Road That Chose Me (Defining Moment). Duyck M. 2015;7(7):62-63.

    Vision Fulfilled (Defining Moment). Goldman F. 2015;7(6):62-63.

    Data Points

    Employment Rose in May (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):40.

    Health Care Employment Grew in September (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):42.

    Health Care Employment Picture Brightens (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):44.

    Health Care Employment Rose 22,000 in March (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):48.

    Health Care Employment Rose 24,000 in February (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):46.

    Health Care Employment Rose 28,000 in July (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):52.

    Health Care Employment Rose 34,000 in September (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):46.

    Health Care Employment Rose 38,000 in January (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):44.

    Health Care Employment Rose 40,000 in June (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):46.

    Health Care Employment Rose 41,000 in August (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):46.

    Health Care Employment Rose 45,000 in April (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):44.

    Education

    Changing Environment Calls for Changing Curricula, Says Cerasoli Lecturer. 2015;7(3):34.

    Does Business Belong in PT Education? Oxford Debaters Duke it Out. 2015;7(8):36.

    Instructive Queries (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(5):12-16.

    Many PT Programs Describe Their Pain Management Education as Not 'Adequate' (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):52.

    Putting It All Together: Developing Your Facility's Clinical Education. 2015;7(3):37.

    The Future of Physical Therapist Education. Wojciechowski M. 2015;7(1):14-26.

    Ethics and Integrity

    A Friendly Reminder (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(1):10-13.

    An Education on Staff Behavior (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2014;6(11):10-13.

    APTA, AOTA, ASHA Issues Consensus Statement on Clinical Judgment in Health Care Settings (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):46.

    Class Struggle (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(4):6-10.

    Pothole, Pitfalls (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(6):10-14.

    Crane Lecturer Calls for Higher Ethical Values; Integrity 'At the Heart of the Profession'. 2015;7(3):35.

    Determining the Best Choice (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(3):14-16.

    Discharge Discounted (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(8):10-13.

    Embezzlement: That Could Never Happen in My Practice. Loria K. 2015;7(4):24-33.

    Fighting Medicare Fraud and Abuse (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(2):6-8.

    Hasta La Visa? (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(9):12-16.

    HHS Issues List of Top Management Challenges (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):42.

    House Rules (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(11):14-17.

    Instructive Queries (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(5):12-16.

    Medicare Takedown Uncovers $712 Million in Fraud (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):53.

    Preexisting Conviction (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(7):12-15.

    Rude Welcome (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(10):12-16.

    The Perils of Passivity (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(2):10-13.

    Industry News

    Biodex Introduces LivMD Vibration Plate (Marketplace). 2015;7(4):60.

    EasyStand Introduces New Stander (Marketplace). 2015;7(6):60.

    Exercise Pro Live, Turbo PT Now Link (Marketplace). 2015;7(3):60.

    FDA Releases Snug Seat From Product Hold (Marketplace). 2015;7(4):60.

    Gorbel Opens Gaitway Center (Marketplace). 2015;7(8):60.

    Life Fitness Acquires SCIFIT Systems (Marketplace). 2015;7(8):60.

    Ohio State Medical Center Installs SafeGait (Marketplace). 2015;7(7):60.

    OPTP Introduces 18" Foam Roller (Marketplace). 2015;7(10):60.

    OPTP Issues Mobilization Belt DVDs (Marketplace). 2015;7(1):79.

    OPTP Issues New Health Care Catalog (Marketplace). 2015;7(5):64.

    OPTP Issues New Professional Catalog (Marketplace). 2014;6(11):56.

    OPTP Lumbar Back Support Features Inverted 'T' Design (Marketplace). 2015;7(10):60.

    Patterson Medical Acquisition Completed (Marketplace). 2015;7(9):64.

    Performance Health Holds Research Meeting (Marketplace). 2015;7(9):64.

    Performance Health Introduces Consecutive Loops (Marketplace). 2015;7(3):60.

    Performance Health Launches Enhanced Website (Marketplace). 2015;7(7):60.

    Performance Health Names 18 to Scientific Advisory Committee (Marketplace). 2015;7(2):58.

    SCIFIT Introduces New Seats (Marketplace). 2015;7(6):60.

    TheraBand Kinesiology Tape Introduced (Marketplace). 2015;7(2):58.

    TheraPearl Hot and Cold Therapy (Marketplace). 2015;7(5):64.

    WebPT Acquires WebOutcomes (Marketplace). 2015;7(1):79.

    Medicare/Medicaid

    Home Health Update. 2015;7(3):40.

    Medicare to Test Bundled Payments for Hip, Knee Replacements (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):53.

    Medicare Provides Tips on Reducing Errors for Insufficient Documentation (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):54.

    Using Mobile Technology in Patient Care? (Compliance Matters). Crandall D. 2014;6(11):6-9.

    Fraud and Abuse

    Fighting Medicare Fraud and Abuse (Compliance Matters). 2015;7(2):6-8.

    Medicare Takedown Uncovers $712 Million in Fraud (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):53.

    PQRS

    Update on the Physician Quality Reporting System (Compliance Matters). Smith HL. 2015;7(3):8-12.

    News

    80 Million Records Breached in Anthem Hacker Attack (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):51.

    Bigger. Better? (Compliance Matters). Latawiec E. 2015;7(10):10.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2014;6(11):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(1):88.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(2):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(3):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(4):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(5):68.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(6):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(7):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(8):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(9):68.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(10):64.

    By the Numbers (By the Numbers). 2015;7(11):64.

    CDC Releases List of 'Most Distinctive Causes of Death' by State (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):42.

    CMS Adds 5-Star Rating System to Hospital Comparison Website (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):46.

    CMS Clears the Way for PTs Working 'Off Premises' in Patients' Rooms (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):55.

    David Sackett, 'Father of EBM,' Dies (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):42.

    Fist Bump: A Hygienic Alternative to Handshaking (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):44.

    Fitness in 2020? Every Breath You Take, You'll Be Watching You (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):50.

    Forbes Says PT Jobs Will Be Hard to Fill in 2016 (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):47.

    MACRA Makes Macro Changes (Compliance Matters). Lee G. 2015;7(8):6-9.

    Median PT Earnings Nearly $10K Lower for Women Than Man in 2013 (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):52.

    More Information, Opportunities Available for International Congress (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):57.

    Physical Activity's Effects at the Molecular Level Focus of New NIH Program (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):48.

    Physical Therapy Plays Role in Artificial Heart Development (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):51.

    Physical Therapy vs Imaging Study Hits The Washington Post (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):50.

    Physical Therapy's Prominence in $64 Million Research Funding Program Reflected in Awards to Delitto, Duncan (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):47.

    PT Inventors Honored by Smithsonian (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):47.

    PTs Tour Air Force One. 2015;7(3):36.

    Reduced Demand for Beds Forcing Closures, Changes in Hospital Capacity (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):49.

    Survey: Majority of Companies Plan to Continue Employee Health Plans (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):43.

    Data

    August Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(7):4.

    Back to School Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(8):4.

    CDC Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(6):4.

    CSM Wrap-up Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(3):4.

    Drilling Down (Factoids). 2015;7(9):4.

    New Year's Edition (Factoids). 2014;6(11):4.

    New Year's Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(11):4.

    Spring Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(4):4.

    Survey Says ... (Factoids). 2015;7(2):4.

    Surveys Say ... (Factoids). 2015;7(5):4.

    Thanksgiving Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(10):4.

    Valentine's Edition (Factoids). 2015;7(1):4.

    Prehabilitation

    Pre- and Post-ACLR Rehabilitation Shows Benefits 2 Years After Surgery (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):62.

    Preoperative Physical Therapy Beneficial for Patients Undergoing Hip or Knee Replacement (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):63.

    Readmissions

    Number of Hospitals Penalized for Readmissions Grows (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):50.

    Research

    9 of 10 Parents of Overweight Children Don't See the Problem (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):46.

    Acupuncture No Better than Sham for Chronic Knee Pain in Adults 50+ (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):70.

    Additional Day-Per-Week of Physical, Occupational Therapy Results in Cost Savings (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):49.

    'Alternative' Programs, Better Payment Needed to Close CR Care Gap (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):66-67.

    'Apparently Healthy' Individuals Who Can't Balance on 1 Foot Have Higher Rates of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease, Cognitive Decline (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):51.

    Arthritis Medicine May Contribute to Stroke Deaths (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):60.

    Australian Study: Physiotherapists Demonstrate 'Weight Stigma.' (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):68.

    BMJ Study Links Regular Physical Activity to Longer Life in Elderly Men (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):44-45.

    Bone Health Affected by Life Satisfaction (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):50.

    Cardiac Rehabilitation More Successful in Men Than Women (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):49.

    Doubts About Acetaminophen for LBP, OA Prompt Discussion of Exercise Effectiveness (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):52.

    Early Guideline-Based Physical Therapy Results in Savings for Patients With LBP (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):50.

    Evidence Supports Dry Needling, Ischemic Compression for Neck Pain (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):55.

    Exercise Programs Likely to Help People With Lower Limb Amputations (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):71.

    For Patients With Meniscus Tear, Exercise Therapy Outperforms Surgery in Key Muscle Strengh Measure (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):66.

    Girls' High School Sports Post Highest Incidence of Overuse Injuries (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):51.

    HHS Falls Prevention Program Gets Results, Program Creators Say (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):50.

    Hospital Facebook Ratings Are Higher When Readmission Rates Are Low (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):48.

    Intensive Motor Learning Can Improve Function Poststroke, Even if it Begins a Year Later (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):52.

    More Evidence Questions Benefits of Arthroscopic Knee Surgery (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):54.

    More Studies Question Advisability of Imaging for Back Pain (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):54.

    Patients With Parkinson Disease Respond Better to an Expensive Placebo Than to a Cheap One (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):46.

    Physical Therapy's Effects Equal to Surgery for Spinal Stenosis Symptoms (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):51.

    Pre- and Post-ACLR Rehabilitation Shows Benefits 2 Years After Surgery (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):62.

    Preoperative Physical Therapy Beneficial for Patients Undergoing Hip or Knee Replacement (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):63.

    Prolonged Rest No Better Than Usual Care for Adolescents With Concussions (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):50.

    Real-Time Data From Nursing Home EMRs Could Aid in Falls Prevention (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):50.

    Referral to Physical Therapy Lowers Care Utilization for LBP vs Imagin (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):54.

    Researchers Say More Attention Should Be Paid to Bone Loss in Men (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):60.

    Researchers Say New Exercise Effective for Golfer's Elbow (Marketplace). 2014;6(11):56.

    Researchers: Diagnosis and Treatment of Urinary Incontinence in Women Should Become Routine (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):52.

    Rise in Obesity More About Inactivity Than Caloric Intake (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):48.

    Robotic Glove Connected to Video Game Shows Promise for Individuals Poststroke (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):36.

    Size, Not Developmental Factors, May Dictate Toddlers' Running Gait (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):52.

    Stenosis Findings Emphasize Need for Patient-Provider Conversation About Physical Therapy as First Treatment (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):48.

    Study Looks at Concussion Rates Among NCAA Sports (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):51.

    Study: Concussed College Athletes More Likely to Experience Later Lower Extremity Injuries (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):54-55.

    Study: Mobilization With Movement Can Make a Difference in Shoulder Impingement (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):52.

    Study: Rehab Intensity Affects Readmission Rates for Patients Poststroke (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):50.

    Study: Resistance as Effective as Eccentric Training for Achilles Tendinopathy (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):51.

    Surgery for Spinal Stenosis All Over the Map (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):64.

    Survey of Individuals with PD Shows Appreciation for Benefits of Exercise and Physical Therapy (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(7):44.

    'Text Neck' the Focus of Upcoming Study (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):46.

    Studies and Reports

    Can Physical Therapy Help Reduce Heroin Addiction Rates? (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):47.

    Daily Pain a Fact of Life for More than 1 in 10 Americans (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):48.

    Drop in Hospital-Acquired Conditions Saves 50,000 Lives in 3 Years (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(2):46.

    Fewer Believe That Obesity Is a Medical Problem (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):51.

    Health Care Worker Injuries Due to Patient Handling Continue to Rise (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(9):55.

    Injuries Nearly Double in 10 Years (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):48.

    ICU PTs Face 'Pervasive' Barriers (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):51.

    IOM Declares Chronic Fatigue Syndrome a 'Real' Disease (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):50.

    Patients Mistrust US Physicians, But Are Satisfied With Treatment (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):52.

    Report Predicts PT Shortage (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):44.

    WHO Report: Food Surplus May Account for Much of the World's Weight Gain (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):48.

    Physical Therapist Assistants

    Membership: Job One? (PTAs Today). Holcomb S. 2014;6(11):60-61.

    Partners in the Profession's Future (PTAs Today). Morris C. 2015;7(1):82-83.

    Practice

    Acupuncture Effect Not Clinically Meaningful (Viewpoints). Venere K, Ridgeway K. 2015;7(7):6-7.

    Air Support (Defining Moment). Lane S. 2015;7(11):62-63.

    Confronting Head and Neck Cancer, a Team Effort. 2015;7(3):37.

    Declaration of (Unlikely) Independence (Compliance Matters). Ries E. 2015;7(11):8-11.

    Don't Sing the Blues; Assess for VTE With High Sensitivity. 2015;7(3):42.

    Dry Needling: Getting to the Point. Ries E. 2015;7(4):12-22.

    Getting a Rise Out of Him (Defining Moment). Keil A. 2015;7(3):62-63.

    Harnessed Yet Unleashed (Defining Moment). Bensley KG. 2015;7(9):66-67.

    How PTs Are Transforming the Workplace with Ergonomics. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(5):18-26.

    ICD-10: A Primer for PTs (Compliance Matters). Lee G. 2015;7(9):6-10.

    Identifying Predictors for Injuries Before They Happen. 2015;7(3):39.

    Implementing Evidence-Based Practice Throughout a Large Hospital System. Schuette S. 2015;7(3):26-32.

    Innovative Models of Care Delivery. Loria K. 2015;7(8):24-30.

    May the Force Be With You. Wojciechowski M . 2015;7(3):18-24.

    Narrow Networks, Broad Concerns (Compliance Matters). Still L, Latawiec E. 2015;7(5):6-10.

    Observations With Implications (Compliance Matters). Lee G. 2015;7(6):6-9.

    One Medical Center's Journey to Implementing a Clinical Practice Guideline. 2015;7(8):42.

    Overcoming Patient Misbeliefs. Wojciechowski M. 2015;7(11):18-22.

    PD Patients: Impact of Balance Impairment on Falls Risk. 2015;7(3):39.

    Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates. Ries E. 2015;7(10):18-27.

    Sex Is an ADL. 2015;7(3):42.

    Take a Holistic Approach to Health Care (Viewpoints). Merrick C. 2015;7(11):6.

    The Evidence for Acupuncture (Viewpoints). Dunning J, Butts R. 2015;7(3):6-7.

    The Power of Prediction. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(5):28-37.

    Using Mobile Technology in Patient Care? (Compliance Matters). Crandall D. 2014;6(11):6-9.

    Practice Management

    3 Myths of Collaboration (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):56.

    3 Tips for Starting a Blog for Your Practice (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):55.

    5 Steps to Starting a Profitable Aquatics Program (Professional Pulse). Velsmid M. 2015;7(3):48.

    5 Ways to Improve Your Business Skills Through Comedy Improv (Professional Pulse). Grassl W. 2015;7(2):48.

    An Insider's Guide to Getting the Most from Trade Shows. Tepper DE. 2015;7(7):32-38.

    Controlling Patient Cell Phone Use at Your Practice (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):52.

    Embezzlement: That Could Never Happen in My Practice. Loria K. 2015;7(4):24-33.

    Measuring by Value, Not Volume. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(6):22-30.

    Putting Data to Work. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(2):34-42.

    Questioning the Path of Lease Resistance. Ries E. 2015;7(7):16-22.

    Striking Gold in Copper City (Defining Moment). McAdam J. 2015;7(5):66-67.

    Tapping Into Vendor Marketing Assistance. Tepper DE. 2015;7(7):24-31.

    The Myth of the Status Quo (Professional Pulse). 2014;6(11):47.

    The Power of Strategic Partnerships (Professional Pulse). Napier R. 2015;7(10):52.

    Tips to Control Technology Vendor Demos (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):44.

    Utilization Management Review Essentials (Compliance Matters). Still L. 2015;7(1):6-9.

    Why Physical Therapists Are Embracing Lean Management. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(11):24-28.

    Bullying

    5 Myths About Bullying in the Workplace (Professional Pulse). Green-Wilson J. 2015;7(1):54.

    Discharge Discounted (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(8):10-13.

    Hasta La Visa? (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(9):12-16.

    Microaggression: A Form of Bullying? (Professional Pulse). Green-Wilson J. 2015;7(9):56.

    Rude Welcome (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2015;7(10):12-16.

    Security

    A Guide to Safeguarding Patient Information (Compliance Matters). Ries E. 2015;7(7):8-11.

    Practice Settings

    A Constructive Approach (Defining Moment). Konstalid M. 2015;7(8):62-63.

    Acting on a Weight of Evidence. Ries E. 2015;7(2):32.

    Banking Site Rates Median PT Pay Across US (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(6):46.

    How PTs Are Transforming the Workplace with Ergonomics. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(5):18-26.

    ICU PTs Face 'Pervasive' Barriers (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(10):51.

    Jumping Into Kangaroo Care. Speropulos K. 2015;7(10):28-34.

    May the Force Be With You. Wojciechowski M . 2015;7(3):18-24.

    Outstanding in Their Field. Loria K. 2015;7(6):14-21.

    Pioneering PTs. Loria K. 2014;6(11):14-22.

    Sticks and Stones. Loria K. 2015;7(1):28-34.

    The Best States in Which to Practice. Tepper DE. 2015;7(9):18-28.

    PT in Motion

    Annual Index. 2014;6(11):30-40.

    Annual Index. 2015;7(11):30-44.

    Statement of Ownership. 2015;7(11):59.

    'Well to Do' Column Joins PT in Motion's Online-Only Lineup (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(1):58.

    Technology

    Consumer Technology Increasingly Focusing on Wellness and Health Care (Health Care Technology Today). 2014;6(11):27.

    Health Care Technology Today (Health Care Technology Today). Tepper D, Elliott T. 2015;7(4):34-43.

    HHS Issues List of Top Management Challenges (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):42.

    Noninvasive Electrical Stimulation Generates Step-Like Movements (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):40.

    Patient Portals Not Effectively Engaging Patients (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):46.

    Physical Activity's Effects at the Molecular Level Focus of New NIH Program (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(8):48.

    Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada Makes Grant to Study Orthotic Device (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):36.

    Putting Data to Work. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(2):34-42.

    Researchers Say Simple Eye-Tracking Test Can Diagnose Concussions (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):43.

    Self-Assembling Collagen Being Developed (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):46.

    Small Robot 'Therapist' Being Developed in Spain (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):38.

    The Power of Prediction. Hayhurst C. 2015;7(5):28-37.

    Tips to Control Technology Vendor Demos (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):44.

    Virtual Reality Helps Assess Falling Risk in Patients With Glaucoma (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):42.

    Watch for These Growing Hospital Technologies (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):42.

    World's Thinnest Electrical Generator Developed (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):41.

    WEDI Expresses Concern About ICD-10 Preparedness (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):44.

    USF Working With $1 Million Virtual Reality System to Improve Mobility (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):36.

    3-D Printing

    3-D Printing Being Used to Grow or Reconstruct Body Parts (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):42.

    3-D Printing May Build Implantable Tissues and Organs (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):41.

    3-D Printing Used to Create Prosthetic 'Skins' (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):41.

    Apps

    Medical Research Gets Its Own App (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):38.

    Electronic Health Records

    IOM: Physical Activity Measures Should Be Among Standard 'Social and Behavioral' Domains Tracked on EHRs (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):46.

    Real-Time Data From Nursing Home EMRs Could Aid in Falls Prevention (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(11):50.

    HITECH's $27 Billion Accelerated EMR Adoption by 2 Years (Health Care Technology Today). 2014;6(11):28.

    Mobile

    Using Mobile Technology in Patient Care? (Compliance Matters). 2014;6(11):6-9.

    Regenerative Medicine

    Nasal Cells Used in Spinal Cord Transplant (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):39.

    Researchers Modify Skin Cells for Brain Treatment (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):39.

    Robotics and Bionics

    Bionic Reconstruction' Restores Hand Function in 3 Patients (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):35.

    New Brain Grants Will Fund Research on Neural Interfaces for Prosthetics (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):42.

    Robotic Exoskeleton Coming From Industrial Equipment Manufacturer (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):41.

    Robotic Glove Connected to Video Game Shows Promise for Individuals Poststroke (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):36.

    Scientists Develop Systems Enabling Sense of Touch in Prosthetic Hands (Health Care Technology Today). 2014;6(11):25-26.

    Security

    80 Million Records Breached in Anthem Hacker Attack (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(3):51.

    Government Investigating Threat of Medical Device Hacking (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):45.

    Health Care Hacking Predicted to Grow (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):42.

    HITRUST to Study Cyber Threats to Health Care Organizations (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):42.

    Online Security Challenge Questions Provide Poor Security (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):44.

    Medical Identity Thefts Rose in 2014 (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):52.

    Premera Blue Cross Hack Affects 11 Million (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(5):50.

    Social Media

    Facebook Reportedly Considering Providing Health Care Services (Health Care Technology Today). 2014;6(11):28.

    Raters Gonna Rate. Tepper DE. 2015;7(8):14-22.

    Telehealth

    Augmented Reality Telementoring System Being Developed (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):40.

    Haptic Technology, Ultra High-Speed Internet at the Heart of Telerehabilitation Project (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):37.

    Mayo Clinic Tests Telehealth Kiosks (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):44.

    Systematic Review: Telerehabilitation Data 'Encouraging' But Not Conclusive (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(4):40.

    VA Telehealth Programs Served More Than 690,000 Veterans in 2014 (Health Care Technology Today). 2014;6(11):26.

    Wearable Devices

    Aging Adults Will Drive Growth in Health Wearables (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(5):40.

    Fitness in 2020? Every Breath You Take, You'll Be Watching You (Professional Pulse). 2015;7(4):50.

    'Game Changing' New Devices Include Gait, Pressure Wound Monitoring Systems (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(1):40.

    Worldwide Wearables Market Forecast to Grow 173% in 2015 (Health Care Technology Today). 2015;7(10):38.

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