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As health care continues to evolve rapidly, so will the physical therapy profession and the ways students are educated. What will physical therapist education look like in 10 or 20 years? Experts weigh in.
Lacrosse was named for the stick its players wield. As the saying goes, sticks and stones can break bones. Lacrosse players experience myriad other injuries as well. Physical therapists help prevent injuries and rehabilitate injured players.
Technological advances highlighted in this issue include nasal cells used in a spinal cord transplant, telehealth kiosks, tips to control technology vendor demos, the risk of medical device hacking, a robotic exoskeleton whose developer is seeking approval for home use, and more.
Engagement with payers is key.
When housekeeping reveals more than just dirt.
Social media can be great for public relations, but they also present conundrums.
The importance of membership and participation in APTA.
Where does the time go? Exactly where you direct it.
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