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Strategies for treating pain are evolving—and physical therapists are helping to lead the way.
Half a century ago, the first physical therapist assistants (PTAs) entered the workforce. Their roles, numbers, and participation within APTA have grown steadily. (This article is updated from an earlier story published in a 2004 issue of APTA's PT: Magazine of Physical Therapy that celebrated the 35th anniversary of the PTA.1)
PTs and PTAs are using singing, dancing, and even magic to help improve patient outcomes.
Here's what's true about the Patient-Driven Groupings Model—and what's not.
Creating a clinic that literally speaks its patients' language.
A PT fails to see the naked truth.
It can pay to get "on track."
We've compiled highlights of stories published by PT in Motion News for a recap of reports on the physical therapy profession.
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