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This underserved practice area is alive with possibilities and opportunities.
On state, the Cirque du Soleil celebrates the human form. Behind the scenes, physical therapists help ensure that the show goes on.
Working with pediatric patients poses one set of challenges. Working with athletes presents a second set of issues. When PTs deal with patients at the intersection of those two populations-pediatric athletes-they may feel they're in unfamiliar territory. Here's some advice and guidance from the field.
PT Magazine recently asked the Catherine Worthingham Fellows what was the best advice they had ever received. Here are their responses.
The importance and process of finding the right fit.
APTA members and patients are sharing their experiences about how profit-driven referral arrangements are influencing treatment options and outcomes.
If a particular theme runs through this issue of PT Magazine, it may be that each patient and each physical therapist (PT) is unique, with his or her own history, knowledge, concerns, and needs. Our cover story, “A Special Place: Physical Therapy in Hospice and Palliative Care,” makes this point clear in its profiles of PTs who provide these services.
It's a matter of ensuring accountability and protecting the public.
- MemberBenefit: APTA-Endorsed Insurance Plans and Financial Programs
- What's New on the Web
- PTAs Now Eligible for Foundation Funding- Foundation Awards $140,000 in Research Grants, Scholarships- Pittsburgh-Marquette Challenge Reaching for $1 Million
- Legislation and Regulation- Association Update- Health Care Headlines- Study Snapshot- Members on the Move- Industry News