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"The Good Stuff" is an occasional series that highlights recent media coverage of physical therapy and APTA members, with an emphasis on stories of how individual PTs and PTAs are transforming health care and society every day. Enjoy!

To be or knot to be: Emily Jones, PT, DPT; and Chad Taylor, PT, DPT, help to provide information on muscle knots: why they happen, what they are, and how they can be managed. (U.S. News and World Report)

Physical therapy's key role in wound care: Willow Henry PT, DPT, shares her perspective on the importance of including PTs in the wound care treatment team. (Academic Minute, Inside Higher Ed)

Scoliosis pain: Nancy Durban, PT, DPT; and Claire McKeone, PT, DPT, discuss the best treatments for the pain associated with scoliosis. (Livestrong.com).

Cat-cow know-how: Sherri Betz, PT, DPT, explains the benefits of the cat-cow yoga pose, particularly as a way to prepare for more core-engaging activities. (Women's Health)

Core competencies: Elizabeth Crane Melville, PT, DPT; and Julie Wiebe, PT, DPT, offer insights on how to maintain a healthy core—and not at the expense of other parts of the body. (Martha Stewart Living)

The key to a musician's return: Jan Dommerholt, PT, DPT, MPS, played a crucial role in helping Washington, D.C.-based pianist Haskell Small return to his instrument after a stroke. (Washington Post)

Got some good stuff? Let us know. Send a link to troyelliott@apta.org.


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