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The Future of Physical TherapyAs APTA celebrates its centennial, there's no denying that physical therapy has come a long way in the association's first 100 years. But advancements and changes are expected to be even swifter in the next century as physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy look to the future with great hope and excitement.

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