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  • The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in Local News, August 2017

    "The Good Stuff" is an occasional series that highlights recent, mostly local media coverage of physical therapy and APTA members, with an emphasis on good news and stories of how individual PTs and PTAs are transforming health care and society every day. Enjoy!

    Ashleigh Dalton PT, DPT, cofounder of Camp Cliffview, talks about how the program provides opportunities for children with special needs. (BlueRidgeNow.com)

    Jessica Dufault, PT, explains how addressing separation of abdominal muscles in women post-birth requires more than an exercise or 2. (Offspring.lifehacker.com)

    Jan Dommerholt PT, DPT, gives Good Morning Washington a glimpse of what exergaming is all about. (Good Morning Washington)

    Tom Hulst, PT, MHS, and Jen Kurnowski, PT, discuss dry needling for back pain. (West Michigan Fox 17 News)

    The Brenau University physical therapy program's pro-bono physical therapy clinic in Georgia, is benefitting students and patients. (Gainesville, Georgia, Times)

    Caitlin Jones, PT, DPT, talks about the progress of a remarkable 5-year-old recovering from a gunshot wound. (WSB-TV2, Atlanta, Georgia)

    Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, provides insight on how exercise can help keep back pain from becoming chronic. (Oprah.com)

    University of Mary, North Dakota, PT students work with engineering students to create adaptive cars inspired by the Go Baby Go program. (Bismarck, North Dakota, Tribune)

    "Jonathan continues to recover from his accident, and Laura continues to stand beside him as he does. One day, Laura was shadowing Jonathan's physical therapy session when his therapist invited her to help lift him out of his wheelchair. 'As soon as we got him up, he started kissing my neck,' Laura said. 'We hadn't been able to stand and hold each other since before the accident ... It gave me the chills. You don’t realize how much that means until it’s almost taken away from you.'" - Laura Browning Grant, whose husband, Jonathan, is recovering from an automobile accident, on the viral video of their first kiss in months. (Self.com)

    Got some good stuff? Let us know. Send a link to troyelliott@apta.org.

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