Monday, October 27, 2014 'Well to Do' Column Joins PT in Motion Magazine's Online-Only Lineup In recognition of the growing emphasis on physical therapy's role in prevention, wellness, and fitness, PT in Motion magazine adds "Well to Do," a new column on the topic, to its lineup of online-only content. Longtime contributor Brad Cooper, PT, MSPT, MBA, MTC, ATC, CWC, writes the monthly column, which begins with the November 2014 issue is now posted ahead of print. This month's timely topic: during the same 8-day period in October that marked the tragic death of an American from the Ebola virus and diagnosis of 2 others, 13,144 Americans died of heart disease and 3,491 of lung cancer. "We can impact these other—far more prevalent—causes of death in both our lives and the lives of those around us," Cooper writes. Read why in this debut column—and get a quick tip on a specific aspect of wellness that may not be on your radar. Encouraging healthy, active lifestyles is central to the physical therapy profession's ability to transform society. Keep up with the latest resources at APTA's Prevention and Wellness webpage.