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How physical therapy has helped a violinist spread the joys of music.
Physical therapy practices that instill an ethos of volunteer service to their own and far-off communities tell why and how they do it.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has recognized 18 members for its “Emerging Leader” award. The purpose of the award is to identify and honor one physical therapist (PT) or physical therapist assistant (PTA) from each component who has demonstrated extraordinary service early in his or her physical therapy career. Each recipient must be a current member of APTA for at least 5 years and not more than 10 years from formal graduation.
Before leaving APTA headquarters for the last time as an employee, though, Chuck Martin shared some thoughts, advice, and memories with PT Magazine.
This is the third in a series of continuing education articles on diabetes mellitus.
Facing up to a generation gap.
Recent regulations and congressional action create new challenges for physical therapists and other providers who treat Medicaid patients.
Consider something seemingly as basic and eternal as story telling, defined as “the interactive art of using words and actions to reveal the elements and images of a story while encouraging the listener's imagination.”1 Even story tellers are represented by the National Storytelling Network.
An eye-opening trip to Washington, DC.
Getting medieval on physical therapy herein lies a tale.
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