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Every state has much to offer physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. It may be quality of life. Employment opportunities. Regulatory and business friendliness. Or any of dozens of other features. But to make it to the top of PT in Motion's third annual analysis of the best states in which to practice, states needed high rankings in multiple factors that health care professionals say are important.
New APTA President Sharon Dunn, PT, PhD, OCS, talks about movement, the APTA vision, payment reform, listening, smartphones, lessons from her mom, shoe polish, and alligators.
APTA's 2015 class of Emerging Leaders set high goals for themselves and the profession.
The new code sets offer greater specificity in identifying health conditions.
A resolute patient moves forward—on a treadmill.
A PT who's new to the United States faces termination on the job. Part 2 of 3 on various faces of bullying and their ethical ramifications.
- Patterson Medical Acquisition Completed- Performance Health Holds Research Meeting
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- Research Roundup
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