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Last month, PT in Motion looked at the value of physical therapists sharing experiences among themselves.1 This month, we examine the roles PTs can play in creating and enhancing patient support groups.
Changes in health care reimbursement have led many physical therapy practices to offer cash-based services. Here's a look at some PTs who've succeeded with this model—and how they did it.
Reporting requirements for physical therapists (PTs) in private practice are changing under the Quality Payment Program—specifically through the
Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and alternative payment models (APMs). (APMs).
Finding inspiration in a former patient.
When imprecision leaves room for judgment.
Basketball offers wellness parallels.
- OPTP Introduces Knee Glide for Rehabilitative Exercise
- Aretech Introduces Redesigned ZeroG Gait and Balance System
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