In the 1970s, television audiences tuned to “The Six Million Dollar Man,” a show about an injured astronaut rebuilt with bionic technology. Thirty years ago, the show was speculative science fiction. Today, fiction is turning into fact. PTs are playing a key role.
Five PTs look back on their clinical residencies and fellowships, and reflect on how their experiences influenced their careers.
View highlights from Preview 2020 held October 27-29, 2006, in Philadelphia, PA.
Moving You to Better Health: October 2006
APTA initiatives aimed at new professionals and other specific groups highlight the Association’s emphasis on interaction and connectivity.
When exercising patience may adversely affect patients.
In this, the third in a series of Fiscal Therapy columns on contracts, PT looks at employment contracts from the perspective of the physical therapy employer.
Across the states in 2006, advocacy wasn’t limited to fitness clinics and lobby days—as important as those activities remain.
Welcome to a new year, as well as a new year for PT Magazine. This issue takes a look back at where the profession has been, and where it may be heading.
PTs and PTAs must work in concert to achieve Vision 2020.
- Get Ready for Split Raffle Calls- A Celebration and Farewell Party for Frank Mallon at PT 2007- All-American Fun to Raise Funds For Physical Therapy Research- Park a ‘Pony’ in Your Stall
- Board Update- Legislation and Regulation- Health Care Headlines- Association Update- Study Snapshot- Members on the Move- Industry News