• Feature

    2018 PT in Motion Annual Index

    This annual index provides a list of articles published in PT in Motion in 2018 by author and subject.

    Annual Index

    Alphabetical by Author

    B

    Bell A. Rural Health Care Presents Needs and Opportunities (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(5):8-12.

    Bell A. Understanding the CPT Process (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(10):8-11.

    Bensley K. Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(3):7.

    Birely H. Life (as a PT) Begins at 40 (Defining Moment). 2018;10(4):62-63.

    Breckel M. Well to Do: It's Time to Prioritize (Viewpoints). 2018;10(11):6.

    Bridge M. Making a House an Accessible Home: The Role of PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):7.

    Buskirk E. Education Costs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(4):6.

    C

    Clark H. Improving the Lives of People with Dementia (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):6.

    Clymer L. Ethics: Acutely Insufficient (Viewpoints). 2018;10(4):6.

    Coombs T. Physical Therapy for People With Autism (Viewpoints). 2018;10(10):6.

    Corsino J. PTs Must Demonstrate Their Value (Viewpoints). 2018;10(2):6-7.

    Cot‚ J. Fulfillment at the Finish Line (Defining Moment). 2017;9(11):62-63.

    Cressy D. Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):7.

    D

    Depasquale L. Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(3):6-7.

    Dolfini B. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). 2017;9(11):6.

    Drummer R. Making a House an Accessible Home: The Role of PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(10):7.

    E

    Elcock D. How Schools and Sites Manage Clinical Education in an Era of Change (Viewpoints). 2018;10(7):6.

    Evans WK, Elrod M. Creating a Written Portrait (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(9):6-9.

    F

    Flynn J. Preventing Reinjury in Surgical Patients (Compliance Matters). 2017;9(11):8-10.

    Furtak C. Community Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond the Clinic (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):6.

    G

    Gainer K. Changes in the Offing for Skilled Nursing Facilities (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(8):8-11.

    Gainer K. Compliance Matters: Navigating Cash Payment (Viewpoints). 2018;10(10):7.

    Gainer K. Supervision Requirements for PTAs and Physical Therapy Students (Viewpoints). 2018;10(7):7.

    Gainer K. Understanding Targeted Probe and Educate (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(6):8-11.

    Galotta D. Ethics in Practice: Too Good to be Truly Legal (Viewpoints). 2018;10(7):6.

    Gatses J. From Naysayers to NASCAR—and Beyond (Defining Moment). 2018;10(11):62-63.

    H

    Hawkins C. A Call to Diversity the Profession (Viewpoints). 2018;10(5):6.

    Hayhurst C. Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs. 2018;10(2):26-30.

    Hayhurst C. Moving Away From Opioid Reliance. 2018;10(9):32-44.

    Hayhurst C. Price Matters: Group Purchasing and Other Buying Strategies. 2018;10(7):28-32.

    Hayhurst C. Using Motor Learning to Help Patients. 2018;10(1):28-34.

    Hazen P. Class Action (Viewpoints). 2018;10(10):7.

    Hinman M. Ethics in Practice: Acutely Insufficient (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):6.

    Horn J. Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(3):6.

    Howell K. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). 2017;9(11):6.

    Hudson T. Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(3):6.

    J

    Jennings S. Identifying Dual Eligibles and Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(1):8-10.

    Jennings S. Supervision Requirements for PTAs and Physical Therapy Students (Viewpoints). 2018;10(7):7.

    K

    Kaufman G. Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):7.

    Kilgore R. Bridging a Gap (Defining Moment). 2018;10(6):60-62.

    Kirsch NR. A Study in Uncertainty (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(8):12-15.

    Kirsch NR. Acutely Insufficient (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(2):12-15.

    Kirsch NR, Greenfield B. An Argument Seeks Traction (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(6):12-15.

    Kirsch NR. Hard to Reconcile (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(9):10-12.

    Kirsch NR. Jekyll and Hyde (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(3):12-15.

    Kirsch NR. Name Game (Ethics in Practice). 2017;9(11):12-15.

    Kirsch NR. No Such Thing as a Free Lunch? (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(11):10-13.

    Kirsch NR. The Perils of Self-Deception (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(1):12-15.

    Kirsch NR. Too Good to Be Truly Legal (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(5):14-17.

    Kirsch NR. Untenable Intervention (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(4):12-15.

    Kirsch NR, Greenfield B. Team Dynamics (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(7):14-17.

    Kirsch NR, Greenfield B. The Untrained Eye (Ethics in Practice). 2018;10(10):12-15.

    L

    Lane E. A Lesson From the Line of Scrimmage (Defining Moment). 2018;10(2):62-63.

    Latawiec E. Gauging Your Practice's Financial Health. 2018;10(7):34-39.

    Latawiec E. PTs and Population Health (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(2):8-11.

    Latawiec E, Jennings S. Navigating Cash Payment (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(7):8-12.

    Lehmann C. Moving Toward Quality Payment. 2018;10(10):16-27.

    Lehmann C. The Payment Squeeze in Postacute Care. 2018;10(1):38-45.

    Libera J. Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):7.

    Lopez C. Ethics in Practice: Too Good to be Truly Legal (Viewpoints). 2018;10(8):7.

    Loria K. A Growing Interest in Medical Marijuana. 2018;10(1):16-26.

    Loria K. Pedaling Past Injury. 2018;10(6):16-25.

    Loria K. Working with Combat Athletes. 2018;10(3):16-25.

    Love DB. Enhancing Movement with Technology. 2018;10(6):36-41.

    Love DB. Taking the Road Less Traveled. 2018;10(4):24-31.

    M

    Macri M. Ethics: The Perils of Self-Deception (Viewpoints). 2018;10(4):6.

    Malmo K. How to Defend Yourself Against Scams and Cyberattacks. 2018;10(7):18-26.

    Mathews N. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). 2017;9(11):6.

    McCool J. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). 2017;9(11):6.

    McDaniel L. Avoiding Charges of Sexual Misconduct (Viewpoints). 2018;10(1):6-7.

    McLaughlin T. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). 2017;9(11):6.

    Merchant S. Swirl of Emotions (Defining Moment). 2018;10(9):62-63.

    Miller B. Well to Do: Heading Down the Right Path (Viewpoints). 2018;10(11):6.

    Mize L. Elevating the Conversation (Defining Moment). 2018;10(5):62.

    Moore T. 8 Tips to Ensure Your Aquatic Therapy Investment Pays Off (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):52.

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    Polagye D. Ethics in Practice: Jekyll and Hyde (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):6.

    R

    Richard L. Gauging Your Practice's Financial Health (Viewpoints). 2018;10(10):6.

    Ries E. A Deepening Footprint. 2018;10(11):24-32.

    Ries E. Community Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond the Clinic. 2018;10(4):16-23.

    Ries E. Improving the Lives of People with Dementia. 2018;10(2):16-24.

    Ries E. Physical Therapy for People With Autism. 2018;10(6):26-34.

    Ries E. Promoting Sleep: Not a Leap. 2018;10(9):14-22.

    S

    Shirokobrod G. Deconditioned Dad (Defining Moment). 2018;10(7):60-62.

    Showalter D. Ethics in Practice: Too Good to be Truly Legal (Viewpoints). 2018;10(7):6.

    Shuman A. Expanding Opportunities in a Compact Way (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(11):6-9.

    Simkins J. The New Frontier. 2017;9(11):24-29.

    Slaughter K. Ethics: The Perils of Self-Deception (Viewpoints). 2018;10(4):6.

    Smith HL. MIPS and APMs: Where We Are Now (Compliance Matters). 2018;10(3):8-11.

    Subenhorst N. Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(4):6.

    Sziraky K. Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(7):6.

    T

    Tait J. Education Costs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(3):6.

    Tepper DE. How Schools and Sites Manage Clinical Education in an Era of Change. 2018;10(5):18-29.

    Tepper DE, Simkins J. Emerging Leaders and APTA Fellows: A Dialogue. 2018;10(11):16-24.

    Thatcher R. The Power of Goals (Defining Moment). 2018;10(10):60-62.

    Trencher B, Urke S. Class Action (Defining Moment). 2018;10(8):60-62.

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    Weiss R. Moving From a "Services Provided" to "Outcome Achieved" Model (Viewpoints). 2018;10(8):6.

    Wickstrom R. Community Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond the Clinic (Viewpoints). 2018;10(6):6.

    Wojciechowski M. Not 'Small Adults.' 2018;10(10):28-34.

    Wojciechowski M. Practicing Ethically in Today's Health Care Environment. 2018;10(3):26-33.

    Wojciechowski M. PTs in Management Roles: How to Make the Journey. 2018;10(8):16-22.

    Wojciechowski M. Putting the "FUN" Into Functional Recovery. 2018;10(3):34-40.

    Wojciechowski M. Who Are Tomorrow's PTs and PTAs? 2018;10(5):30-40.

    Z

    Zilm J. Education Costs (Viewpoints). 2018;10(3):6.

    Alphabetical by Subject

    American Physical Therapy Association

    2018 ELI Fellows Class Brings APTA's Educational Leadership Program Past 100 Graduates (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(9):51.

    A Stark Reality: APTA Continues Efforts to Shore up Self-Referral Law (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):51.

    Actress Kathy Bates Helps to Publicize Lymphedema Management in APTA Oncology Section's Journal (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):55.

    APTA Continues PTA Advocacy (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):54.

    APTA Contributes to New 'Playbook' on Pain Management and Opioid Stewardship (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):50.

    APTA Expands Efforts to Address the Opioid Crisis (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):52-53.

    APTA Fact Sheets on 2018 Outpatient Payment, Home Health Available (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):55.

    APTA Federal Advocacy Forum Brings the Profession's Energy to Capitol Hill (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):54.

    APTA Federal Advocacy Forum Brings the Profession's Energy to Capitol Hill (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):52.

    APTA Input Included in Roadmap for Addressing Opioid Crisis (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):50.

    APTA Outcomes Registry Again Receives CMS Designation for MIPS Reporting (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):45.

    APTA Part of the Effort to Save Rural Hospitals (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):52.

    APTA Releases New #ChoosePT Video (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):53.

    APTA Webpage Addresses Nutrition Management (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):54.

    APTA White Paper Points to Better Policies on Nondrug Pain Treatment (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):45.

    APTA's Member Renewal Efforts Earn National Award (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):52.

    APTA's New Mission Statement: A Healthier Society Through a Strong Community (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):52.

    APTA's Updated Defensible Documentation Resource Provides Insight, Practical Tips, and More (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):56.

    CMS Finalizes Rules on Fee Schedule, SNFs, Home Health, More (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):50.

    Collaborative 'Stop the Cap' Efforts Earn National Award (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):50.

    From Move Forward Radio: Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Dances to the Beat of a 'New Normal' (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):54.

    From PT Pintcast: Embrace Outcomes Registry (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):55.

    Innovative Collaborative Could Introduce Important Changes to Pain Management (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):43.

    Making Transformation Possible: Panelists at APTA Event Explore Paths Toward Rethinking Pain Management (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):52-53.

    Move Forward Radio: Former NBA All-Star Grant Hill Discusses Pain Management and Opioid Alternatives (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):60.

    Moving Away From Opioid Reliance. Hayhurst C. 2018;10(9):32-44.

    New 'Rehab Therapists Give Back' Effort Helps Channel Donations to Hurricane Victims in Florida, Texas, and Puerto Rico (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):55.

    Now's Your Chance to Step up to APTA Committee Service (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):54.

    Raising Physical Therapy Awareness Throughout the Year (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):53.

    Rimmer, Corcos, Polvinale Receive Honorary APTA Membership (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):52.

    State-Level PT Advocates Honored at 2018 Policy and Payment Forum (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):55.

    Tiered Coding for PT Evaluations: New APTA Podcast Series Answers Common Questions (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):52.

    Combined Sections Meeting

    Adding Women's Health Content to an Already Full Curriculum. 2018;10(4):43.

    Advanced Home Health Competency Program Goes Live at CSM. 2018;10(4):36.

    Attendees Urged to Take 'Exquisite Risks' to Enhance Profession's Social Responsibility. 2018;10(4):42.

    Combined Sections Meeting: Better Together and Bigger Than Ever. 2018;10(4):32-43.

    CPGs: From Idea to Final Product. 2018;10(4):38.

    Emerging Trends in Telehealth. 2018;10(4):39.

    End the Coddiwompling, Cerasoli Lecturer Urges. 2018;10(4):34.

    Getting Around: Skills for Wheelchair Use. 2018;10(4):42.

    Helping Prevent Toxic Stress in Infants. 2018;10(4):40.

    If the Shoe Fits, Does It Reduce Injury More Than Gait Training Does? 2018;10(4):37.

    Initiatives for Chronic Pain Management Go Beyond the Opioid Epidemic. 2018;10(4):35.

    Is Technology Moving PTs From a Hands-On to Hands-Off Profession? 2018;10(4):39.

    Managing Employer Health Care Costs Requires Managing Employees' Health. 2018;10(4):36.

    Managing Wrist Injuries for Better Function. 2018;10(4):35.

    Medicare A to Z: APMs, CPT, MIPS, PFS, QPP, VBC, SZ, and More. 2018;10(4):41.

    Spinning Out of Control: Approaching Dizziness in Acute Care. 2018;10(4):37.

    Treating Patients With HIV Focuses on Independence, Pain Management, Quality of Life. 2018;10(4):40.

    Using Causal Models to Develop Knowledge-Based Practice. 2018;10(4):33.

    Foundation for Physical Therapy

    Foundation Announces 2018 Scholarship, Grant Opportunities (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):52.

    Foundation Awards Kendall Scholarships, Research Grants (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):55.

    In Memoriam

    Mary Edmonds, Founding Director of Cleveland PT Program, Dies at 85 (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):43.

    Robert Hickok, PT, MHA (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):54.

    Lynda Woodruff, Leader in Physical Therapy Education, Dies at 70 (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):54.

    NEXT Conference and Exposition

    APTA President Sharon Dunn, PT, PhD, Addresses the House of Delegates. 2018;10(8):25.

    Climate Change Called the Primary Threat to Population Health. 2018;10(8):36.

    Elimination of the Improvement Standard. 2018;10(8):26.

    Essential Health Benefits. 2018;10(8):26.

    From the 2018 House of Delegates: Envisioning a Community. 2018;10(8):26-27.

    Highlights from NEXT Conference & Exposition 2018. 2018;10(8):24-36.

    Making the Case for the Profession's Role in Disaster and Emergency Responses. 2018;10(8):29.

    Maley Lecture: Health Care Must Adopt a Biopsychosocial Model. 2018;10(8):28.

    McMillan Lecture: Wisdom and Courage Exemplify the Best of Our Profession. 2018;10(8):26-27.

    Movement System Finding Its Way Into Education and Research. 2018;10(8):35.

    Oxford Debate Considers the Role of Nutrition in Physical Therapy. 2018;10(8):31.

    Panelists Offer Guidance on Developing Leadership Abilities. 2018;10(8):34.

    Person-Centered Services. 2018;10(8):26.

    Physical Therapist Service Delivery. 2018;10(8):27.

    Physical Therapy Can Play a Part in Addiction Treatment. 2018;10(8):30.

    Professional Well-being. 2018;10(8):27.

    Rothstein Roundtable Takes on Reasons Payers Are Slow to Make Changes That Support Physical Therapy. 2018;10(8):32-33.

    Sexual Harassment. 2018;10(8):26.

    The Role of PTs and PTAs in Disaster Management. 2018;10(8):27.

    "You're Changing People's Lives," NEXT 2018 Attendees Told. 2018;10(8):25.

    Career Management

    A Lesson From the Line of Scrimmage (Defining Moment). Lane E. 2018;10(2):62-63.

    Beyond Limitations (Defining Moment). 2018;10(3):62-63.

    Bridging a Gap (Defining Moment). Kilgore R. 2018;10(6):60-62.

    Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Bensley K. 2018;10(3):7.

    Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Cressy D. 2018;10(6):7.

    Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Depasquale L. 2018;10(3):6-7.

    Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Horn J. 2018;10(3):6.

    Career Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Hudson T. 2018;10(3):6.

    Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs. Hayhurst C. 2018;10(2):26-30.

    Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Kaufman G. 2018;10(6):7.

    Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Libera J. 2018;10(6):7.

    Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Subenhorst N. 2018;10(4):6.

    Career Transitioning Advice for Aging PTs (Viewpoints). Sziraky K. 2018;10(7):6.

    Class Action (Defining Moment). Trencher B, Urke S. 2018;10(8):60-62.

    Deconditioned Dad (Defining Moment). Shirokobrod G. 2018;10(7):60-62.

    Elevating the Conversation (Defining Moment). Mize L. 2018;10(5):62.

    From Naysayers to NASCAR—and Beyond (Defining Moment). Gatses J. 2018;10(11):62-63.

    Fulfillment at the Finish Line (Defining Moment). Coté J. 2017;9(11):62-63.

    Life (as a PT) Begins at 40 (Defining Moment). Birely H. 2018;10(4):62-63.

    Panelists Offer Guidance on Developing Leadership Abilities. 2018;10(8):34.

    Passion Play (Defining Moment). Thatcher K. 2018;10(1):74-75.

    PTs in Management Roles: How to Make the Journey. Wojciechowski M. 2018;10(8):16-22.

    Swirl of Emotions (Defining Moment). Merchant S. 2018;10(9):62-63.

    The Power of Goals (Defining Moment). Thatcher R. 2018;10(10):60-62.

    Education

    Adding Women's Health Content to an Already Full Curriculum. 2018;10(4):43.

    Class Action (Defining Moment). Trencher B, Urke S. 2018;10(8):60-62.

    Class Action (Viewpoints). Hazen P. 2018;10(10):7.

    Education Costs (Viewpoints). Buskirk E. 2018;10(4):6.

    Education Costs (Viewpoints). Tait J. 2018;10(3):6.

    Education Costs (Viewpoints). Zilm J. 2018;10(3):6.

    How Schools and Sites Manage Clinical Education in an Era of Change. Tepper DE. 2018;10(5):18-29.

    How Schools and Sites Manage Clinical Education in an Era of Change (Viewpoints). Elcock D. 2018;10(7):6.

    Employment Data

    Health Care Employment Rose 22,500 in September; BLS Reports on Impacts of Hurricanes (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):42.

    Health Care Employment Rose 29,500 in November; Moody's 2018 Hospital Forecast Turns Negative (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):46.

    Health Care Employment Rose 31,400 in December; BLS Predicts PT, PTA Employment Surge (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):42.

    Health Care Employment Rose 20,600 in January; Growth Strongest in Medium and Large Firms (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):42.

    Health Care Employment Rose 18,500 in February (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):44.

    Health Care Employment Rose 22,400 in March (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):42.

    Health Care Employment Rose 24,400 in April (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):42.

    Health Care Employment Rose 28,900 in May (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):40.

    Health Care Employment Rose 25,200 in June (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):40.

    Health Care Employment Rose 16,700 in July (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(9):46.

    Health Care Employment Rose 33,000 in August (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):36.

    Health Care Employment Rose 25,700 in September (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):44.

    Ethics and Integrity

    A Study in Uncertainty (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(8):12-15.

    Acutely Insufficient (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(2):12-15.

    An Argument Seeks Traction (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR, Greenfield B. 2018;10(6):12-15.

    Ethics: The Perils of Self-Deception (Viewpoints). Macri M. 2018;10(4):6.

    Ethics: The Perils of Self-Deception (Viewpoints). Slaughter K. 2018;10(4):6.

    Ethics in Practice: Acutely Insufficient (Viewpoints). Clymer L. 2018;10(4):6.

    Ethics in Practice: Acutely Insufficient (Viewpoints). Hinman M. 2018;10(6):6.

    Ethics in Practice: Jekyll and Hyde (Viewpoints). Bodner E. 2018;10(6):6.

    Ethics in Practice: Jekyll and Hyde (Viewpoints). Polagye D. 2018;10(6):6.

    Ethics in Practice: Too Good to be Truly Legal (Viewpoints). Lopez C. 2018;10(8):7.

    Ethics in Practice: Too Good to be Truly Legal (Viewpoints). Galotta D. 2018;10(7):6.

    Ethics in Practice: Too Good to be Truly Legal (Viewpoints). Showalter D. 2018;10(7):6.

    Hard to Reconcile (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(9):10-12.

    Jekyll and Hyde (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(3):12-15.

    Name Game (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2017;9(11):12-15.

    No Such Thing as a Free Lunch? (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(11):12-15.

    Practicing Ethically in Today's Health Care Environment. Wojciechowski M . 2018;10(3):26-33.

    Team Dynamics (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR, Greenfield B. 2018;10(7):14-17.

    The Perils of Self-Deception (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(1):12-15.

    The Untrained Eye (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR, Greenfield B. 2018;10(10):12-15.

    Too Good to Be Truly Legal (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(5):14-17.

    Untenable Intervention (Ethics in Practice). Kirsch NR. 2018;10(4):12-15.

    Future of the Profession

    A Call to Diversify the Profession (Viewpoints). Hawkins C. 2018;10(5):6.

    Who Are Tomorrow's PTs and PTAs? Wojciechowski M. 2018;10(5):30-40.

    Industry News

    Aeretech ZeroG Gait and Balance System (Marketplace). 2018;10(10):58.

    BalanSens Balance Assessment Tool (Marketplace). 2018;10(2):60.

    DST8000 TriplePro Stair Trainer (Marketplace). 2017;9(11):60.

    Exercise App Brings Videos and Reminders to Patients' Phones (Marketplace). 2018;10(9):60.

    Flexall and Maximum-Strength Flexall From Ari-Med (Marketplace). 2018;10(5):60.

    Game Ready Offers New Full-Leg Recovery Wrap (Marketplace). 2018;10(6):58.

    Micro-Impact PlatformR (Marketplace). 2017;9(11):60.

    Mobility Assist Combines Stand-Assist and Walker (Marketplace). 2018;10(1):72.

    New ProStretch NightSock Can Alleviate Heel Pain (Marketplace). 2018;10(11):60.

    OPTP Adds 25 Products and Books to New Catalog (Marketplace). 2018;10(6):58.

    OPTP Introduces New Fascia Massage Balls (Marketplace). 2018;10(3):60.

    OPTP Massage Ball (Marketplace). 2018;10(1):72.

    OPTP Pro Roller Offers 2 Densities (Marketplace). 2018;10(8):58.

    OPTP Unveils New Performance Wedges (Marketplace). 2018;10(5):60.

    OPTP's New Performance Block Exercise Support Tool (Marketplace). 2018;10(4):60.

    Parker Laboratories 60th Anniversary (Marketplace). 2018;10(2):60.

    Parker Laboratories Expands Space to Meet Increasing Demand (Marketplace). 2018;10(3):60.

    PrePak Products Free-Up Massage Cream (Marketplace). 2018;10(8):58.

    Stability Trainer Added to Lineup of OPTP Balance Products (Marketplace). 2018;10(9):60.

    Strideway Gait Analysis System (Marketplace). 2018;10(10):58.

    SXSW Movement Tracks Project Features Biodex Gait Trainer (Marketplace). 2018;10(4):60.

    WalkOn AFOs Accommodate Varying Patient Needs (Marketplace). 2018;10(11):60.

    Medicare/Medicaid

    2017 Physician Fee Schedule Brings PTs Into QPP (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):46.

    APTA Advocacy for EMG, Other Diagnostic Services Results in CMS Payment Clarification (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):46a.

    Changes in the Offing for Skilled Nursing Facilities (Compliance Matters). Gainer K. 2018;10(8):8-11.

    CMS Issues Coding, Other Details on Supervised Exercise Therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):46.

    CMS Proposes Easing IRF Reporting Measures (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):45.

    CMS Reports High Levels of Participation in MIPS. Will It Be Expanded to PTs in 2019? (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):41.

    CMS Shelves Controversial Orthotics and Prosthetics Proposal (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):44.

    CMS to Expand List of DMEPOS Requiring Prior Authorization (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):42.

    CMS to Reboot HHA "Pre-Claim Demonstration" Proposal in 5 States (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):43.

    Identifying Dual Eligibles and Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries (Compliance Matters). Jennings S. 2018;10(1):8-10.

    Medicare A to Z: APMs, CPT, MIPS, PFS, QPP, VBC, SZ, and More. 2018;10(4):41.

    MIPS and APMs: Where We Are Now (Compliance Matters). Smith H. 2018;10(3):8-11.

    Moving Toward Quality Payment. Lehmann C. 2018;10(10):16-27.

    Navigating Cash Payment (Compliance Matters). Latawiec E, Jennings S. 2018;10(7):8-12.

    SNF, IRF Final Rules Shift SNF Payment Systems, IRF Reporting Requirements (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(9):49.

    Therapy Cap Fix and Improved Access for Medicare Patients Comes With PTA Payment Cut (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):45.

    News

    $9.7 Million PCORI Grant Will Fund Research on Physical Therapy vs CBT for LBP (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):46.

    APTA Outcomes Registry Again Receives CMS Designation for MIPS Reporting (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):45.

    APTA-Supported VA Change Will Expand Use of Telehealth for PT Services (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):44.

    At the State Level, a Very Good Year for PTs and PTAs (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(9):48-49.

    BuzzFeed Features Physical Therapy 'Success Stories' (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):46.

    CDC Issues 'Call to Action' to Address Treatment Gaps for Children Experiencing TBI (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):47.

    CDC: Falls-Related Deaths in the US Rose 31% in 10 Years (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):42.

    Drug and Alcohol Abuse Spikes as Perceived Health Care Problem (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):53.

    FDA 2018 Priorities Include Opioid Crisis, Diet, and Nutrition (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):48.

    'Go4Life' Month Promotes Healthy Aging Message (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):49.

    Health Care Spending Projected to Rise 5.5% Annually Through 2026 (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):46.

    Home Health Faces Challenges in Wake of Budget Deal (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):44.

    Innovative Collaborative Could Introduce Important Changes to Pain Management (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):43.

    More Media Attention Focuses on Low Back Pain (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):44.

    Multistate Practice a Reality in 3 States (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):43.

    Musculoskeletal Disease: A Major Contributor to Health Care Costs (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):47.

    New Pediatric mTBI Guidelines From CDC Take Comprehensive Approach (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):39.

    Ohio Workers' Comp Program Requires Initial Nonsurgical Nonopioid Treatment of LBP (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):45.

    Pediatricians Group Releases 'Choosing Wisely' List of Orthopedic Treatments to Question (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):48.

    PTs Honored for International Volunteer Efforts (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):45.

    Short-Term Insurance Rule Adds More Uncertainty to Care (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):50.

    Student Debt Looms Large in the News (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):53.

    US House Members Echo APTA Call for Reduced Use of Prior Authorization (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):46.

    US Receives Failing Grades on Walking and Walkability (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):46.

    Vitamin D Takes a Tumble in New Falls Prevention Recommendations (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):46.

    Pain Management and Opioids

    37 AGs Call for Better Insurance Coverage for Nonopioid Pain Treatment (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):46.

    61% of Opioid-Related Deaths Linked to Chronic Pain Diagnosis (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):50.

    AMA: Drop in Opioid Prescription Rates Good News; More Nonpharmacological Pain Treatment Needed (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):51.

    APTA Contributes to New 'Playbook' on Pain Management and Opioid Stewardship (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):50.

    APTA Expands Efforts to Address the Opioid Crisis (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):52-53.

    APTA Input Included in Roadmap for Addressing Opioid Crisis (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):50.

    APTA Releases New #ChoosePT Video (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):53.

    APTA White Paper Points to Better Policies on Nondrug Pain Treatment (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):45.

    Initiatives for Chronic Pain Management Go Beyond the Opioid Epidemic. 2018;10(4):35.

    JAMA Study: Opioids No Better Than Nonopioids in Improving Pain-Related Function or Intensity (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):55.

    Making Transformation Possible: Panelists at APTA Event Explore Paths Toward Rethinking Pain Management (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):52-53.

    Move Forward Radio: Former NBA All-Star Grant Hill Discusses Pain Management and Opioid Alternatives (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):60.

    Moving Away From Opioid Reliance. Hayhurst C. 2018;10(9):32-44.

    Ohio Workers' Comp Program Requires Initial Nonsurgical Nonopioid Treatment of LBP (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):45.

    Physical Therapy Can Play a Part in Addiction Treatment. 2018;10(8):30.

    PTJ Special Issue Podcasts: Physical Therapy for Pain May Reduce Overall Costs, Opioid Use (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):47.

    Referral to Physical Therapy Reduces Odds of Later Opioid Prescription (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):54.

    Report Calls Surgery a Gateway to Opioid Addiction (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):50.

    Seeing a PT First for LBP Lowers Overall Costs, Reduces Later Opioid Prescription (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):44.

    Study: Seeing a PT First for LBP Lowers Overall Costs, Reduces Chances of Later Opioid Prescription (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):50.

    The Crisis Continues (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):51.

    Virtual Reality Found Effective for Pediatric Pain Management (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):41.

    Patient Care

    A Deepening Footprint. Ries E. 2018;10(11):24-32.

    A Growing Interest in Medical Marijuana. Loria K. 2018;10(1):16-26.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Anamarie. 2017;9(11):6.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Dolfini B. 2017;9(11):6.w

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Howell K. 2017;9(11):6.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Mary. 2018;10(3):7.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Mathews N. 2017;9(11):6.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). McCool J. 2017;9(11):6.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). McLaughlin T. 2017;9(11):6.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Miller B. 2017;9(11):6.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Viewpoints). Studer M. 2017;9(11):6.

    Community Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond the Clinic. Ries E. 2018;10(4):16-23.

    Community Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond the Clinic (Viewpoints). Furtak C. 2018;10(6):6.

    Community Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond the Clinic (Viewpoints). Wickstrom R. 2018;10(6):6.

    Creating a Written Portrait (Compliance Matters). Evans WK, Elrod M. 2018;10(9):6-9.

    Emerging Leaders and APTA Fellows: A Dialog. Tepper DE, Simkins J. 2018;10(11):16-24.

    Enhancing Movement with Technology. Love DB. 2018;10(6):36-41.

    Expanding Opportunities in a Compact Way (Compliance Matters). Shuman A. 2018;10(11):8-11.

    Improving the Lives of People with Dementia. Ries E. 2018;10(2):16-24.

    Improving the Lives of People with Dementia (Viewpoints). Clark H. 2018;10(6):6.

    Making a House an Accessible Home: The Role of PTs (Viewpoints). Bridge M. 2018;10(6):7.

    Making a House an Accessible Home: The Role of PTs (Viewpoints). Drummer R. 2018;10(10):7.

    Moving From a "Services Provided" to "Outcome Achieved" Model (Viewpoints). Weiss R. 2018;10(8):6.

    New Health Promotion Model May Equip PTs to Address Wellness and Prevention (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):44.

    Not 'Small Adults'. Wojciechowski M. 2018;10(10):28-34.

    OB-GYN Group Acknowledges Physical Therapy's Role in Postpartum Care (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):42.

    Pedaling Past Injury. Loria K. 2018;10(6):16-25.

    Physical Therapy for People With Autism. Ries E. 2018;10(6):26-34.

    Physical Therapy for People With Autism (Viewpoints). Coombs T. 2018;10(10):6.

    Preventing Reinjury in Surgical Patients (Compliance Matters). Flynn J. 2017;9(11):8-10.

    Promoting Sleep: Not a Leap. Ries E. 2018;10(9):14-22.

    PTJ: PTs Should Wake Up to Their Role in Promoting Sleep Health (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):49.

    PTs, PTAs, Students Report High Rates of Inappropriate Sexual Behavior by Patients (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):48.

    PTs and Population Health (Compliance Matters). Latawiec E. 2018;10(2):8-11.

    PTs Must Demonstrate Their Value (Viewpoints). Corsino J. 2018;10(2):6-7.

    Putting the "FUN" Into Functional Recovery. Wojciechowski M . 2018;10(3):34-40.

    Rural Health Care Presents Needs and Opportunities (Compliance Matters). Bell A. 2018;10(5):8-12.

    Some Changes in Care Occurred After Jimmo Settlement (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):38.

    Supervision Requirements for PTAs and Physical Therapy Students (Compliance Matters). Jennings S. 2018;10(4):8-10.

    Supervision Requirements for PTAs and Physical Therapy Students (Viewpoints). Gainer K. 2018;10(7):7.

    Supervision Requirements for PTAs and Physical Therapy Students (Viewpoints). Jennings S. 2018;10(7):7.

    Understanding Targeted Probe and Educate (Compliance Matters). Gainer K. 2018;10(6):8-11.

    Understanding the CPT Process (Compliance Matters). Bell A. 2018;10(10):8-11.

    Using Motor Learning to Help Patients. Hayhurst C. 2018;10(1):28-34.

    What to Expect When She's Expecting. Wojciechowski M. 2017;9(11):16-23.

    Where Do You Want to Practice? Tepper DE. 2018;10(9):24-30.

    Working With Combat Athletes. Loria K. 2018;10(3):16-25.

    Practice Administration

    8 Tips to Ensure Your Aquatic Therapy Investment Pays Off (Professional Pulse). Moore T. 2018;10(11):52.

    Avoiding Charges of Sexual Misconduct (Viewpoints). McDaniel L. 2018;10(1):6-7.

    Compliance Matters: Navigating Cash Payment (Viewpoints). Gainer K. 2018;10(10):7.

    Gauging Your Practice's Financial Health. Latawiec E. 2018;10(7):34-39.

    Gauging Your Practice's Financial Health (Viewpoints). Richard L. 2018;10(10):6.

    How to Defend Yourself Against Scams and Cyberattacks. Malmo K. 2018;10(7):18-26.

    Measuring by Value, Not Volume (Viewpoints). Ginny. 2018;10(10):7.

    Navigating Cash Payment (Compliance Matters). Latawiec E, Jennings S. 2018;10(7):8-12.

    Price Matters: Group Purchasing and Other Buying Strategies. Hayhurst C. 2018;10(7):28-32.

    Taking the Road Less Traveled. Love DB. 2018;10(4):24-31.

    The Payment Squeeze in Postacute Care. Lehmann C. 2018;10(1):38-45.

    PT in Motion

    Annual Index. 2017;9(11):30-40.

    Annual Index. 2018;10(11):34-42.

    Statement of Ownership. 2017;9(11):55.

    Statement of Ownership. 2018;9(11):55.

    Research Studies and Reports

    A Few Tests (and Demographic Variables) Can Predict Success of Nonsurgical Treatment of ACL in Athletes (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):48.

    A Third of Patients Told to Lose Weight Have Functional Limitations That Could Make Exercise Difficult or Unsafe (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):52.

    Ambulatory Cardiac Rehab Underused, Study Finds (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):43.

    Are Pain Measures Asking the Right Questions? (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):47.

    Best Post-TKA Interventions in the Acute Care Setting Hard to Identify (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):46.

    Cancer Rates Associated with Overweight, Obesity Significantly Increased Since 2005 (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):56.

    Common Activity Trackers May be Inaccurate for Patients with PD (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(9):50.

    Concussion Rates Among High Schoolers May be Undercounted (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):46.

    Direct Access Use Widespread Among PTs, But Barriers Remain (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):54.

    Equipment Ownership, Prior Behavior Predict High Rates of Low-Value Imaging for LBP, Headache (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):48.

    Even Small Amount of Physical Activity Can Reduce CVD Risk Among Older Adults (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):50.

    For Individuals With Knee OA, 3 Tests Can Predict Ability to Walk 6,000 Steps a Day (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):58.

    Getting at the Risk Factors for Falls Post-TKA (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):49.

    Hospital Emergency Departments Should Incorporate PTs (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):42.

    Ignoring Inappropriate Patient Sexual Behavior Doesn't Work, but Other Strategies Might (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):45.

    Just Taking a Walk Can Extend Your Life, Say Researchers (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):52.

    Mobility Is Key Quality-of-Life Issue for Individuals with TSCI, Study Says (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):46-47.

    Office Work Doesn't Have to Be a Pain in the Neck (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):48.

    Popular Shoulder Procedure Provides 'No Relevant Clinical Benefit' Over Placebo (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):48-49.

    Progressive Strengthening Shows Promise Over 'Standard of Care' Rehab for Patients Post-TKA (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):44.

    PTJ Special Issue Podcasts: Physical Therapy for Pain May Reduce Overall Costs, Opioid Use (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):47.

    PTs in Emergency Departments Reduce Likelihood of ED Revisits for Falls (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):43.

    Rates of Outpatient Rehab Poststroke Low in Several States (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(7):46.

    Referral to Physical Therapy Reduces Odds of Later Opioid Prescription (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):54.

    Repeated TBIs, Not Concussions, Cause CTE (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):53.

    Report Calls Surgery a Gateway to Opioid Addiction (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):50.

    Researchers Find No Evidence for Popular Treatment for UL, POP (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(1):56.

    Researchers Say Tai Chi Shows Promise Over Aerobic Exercise for Fibromyalgia (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):47.

    Self-Reporting vs Actual Levels of PA Usually Don't Match Up (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):48.

    Some Changes in Care Occurred After Jimmo Settlement (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):38.

    Study Contradicts Popular 'Text Neck' Theory (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):49.

    Study Finds Functional Limitation Reporting Isn't Delivering the Data Goods (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):44.

    Study Says More 'Collaboration and Consistency' Needed Between PTs and Surgeons in TKA, THA Measures (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):48.

    Study: CMS Should Pay Closer Attention to Chronic Wounds (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(2):53.

    Study: Falls Among US Adults 65 and Older Cost $50 Billion in 2015 (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):51.

    Study: Optimal Exercise Dose for Knee Disorders Still Unclear (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(4):50.

    Study: Seeing a PT First for LBP Lowers Overall Costs, Reduces Chances of Later Opioid Prescription (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):50.

    Study: Variation in Pelvic Floor Muscle Function Terminology Hinders Treatment Advances (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(11):48.

    To Avoid Adverse Events, Rehab Facilities Must Get to the Root of the Problem (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(5):46.

    To Avoid LBP, Runners Should Think Deep (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(3):48.

    Widespread Fall-Risk Screening Efforts, Followed by Appropriate Interventions, Could Produce 'Striking' Results (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(10):40.

    USPSTF Issues Draft Falls Prevention Recommendations (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):47.

    Technology

    Enhancing Movement with Technology. Love DB. 2018;10(6):36-41.

    Health Care Technology Today. 2018;10(2):32-41.

    'Hollywood' High Tech May See Wide Release in Physical Therapy, But PTs Will Remain Feature Attraction (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):34.

    List of Top 10 Health Tech Hazards Published (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):38.

    Mayo Clinic Introduces 'Skill' for Amazon Alexa (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):34.

    PTJ: Research on Computer Gaming's Effectiveness in Physical Therapy Needs to Level Up (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):33.

    Researchers Develop Dynamic Spine Brace (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):49.

    "Soft" Robots Are Coming (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):40-41.

    The New Frontier. Simkins J. 2017;9(11):24-29.

    Universities Develop Technology for Licensing (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):48.

    Video Gaming Equipment Comparable to Medical Motion Labs (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):39.

    Virtual Reality Found Effective for Pediatric Pain Management (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):41.

    Exoskeletons and Limbs

    FDA Expands Permitted Uses of Indego Exoskeleton (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):36.

    Myoelectric Arm Orthosis Available for Adolescents (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):49.

    NIH Exoskeleton Shows Promise in Treating Crouch Gait in Children With CP (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):49.

    Monitoring and Detection

    Common Activity Trackers May be Inaccurate for Patients with PD (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(9):50.

    Researchers Develop Patch to Monitor Glucose in Sweat (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):37.

    Researchers Develop Strategy to Measure Tendon Tension (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(8):49.

    Technique Developed to Identify TBI (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):39.

    Security

    How to Defend Yourself Against Scams and Cyberattacks. Malmo K. 2018;10(7):18-26.

    Is Your Password "123456"? Or Maybe "Password"? (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):37.

    Telehealth

    APTA-Supported VA Change Will Expand Use of Telehealth for PT Services (Professional Pulse). 2018;10(6):44.

    Emerging Trends in Telehealth. 2018;10(4):39.

    FCC Considering Expanding Access to Telehealth Services—at Least Temporarily (Health Care Technology Today). 2018;10(2):35.

    VA Proposes Moving Telehealth Beyond State Borders and Into Vets' Homes (Professional Pulse). 2017;9(11):44.

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