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Research shows that the condition, once ridiculed as imaginary, is a true physiological disease. Here's what to look for, and how PTs are helping those who have it.
Diet and nutrition are key factors in managing many conditions that PTs treat and are part of PTs' scope of practice. Here are some insights from the growing number of clinicians who offer nutrition-related services.
From physical therapy's effects at the cellular level to inspiring stories of resilience after the Boston Marathon bombing, the 2017 NEXT Conference & Exposition brought it all. PT in Motion's conference coverage recaps just some of the events that engaged physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, students, and others for more than 4 days in June. Did you miss it? What are you doing NEXT year?
Here's what PTs and PTAs should know about the process.
Or is twice sometimes nice?
A veteran's career path began in Afghanistan.
- Keeping Pain Out of the Red Zone
- First Choice for a Second Career
- Defining Moment: Amputation and Ambulation
- Health Care Headlines
- Update on Opiods
- Research Roundup
- Association Resources
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The importance of old-school listening.