In 2022 we continued to publish perspectives from members that educated, inspired, and reminded us that we're part of a thriving community.
We're grateful for those who took the time to express their thoughts, and we look forward sharing more member insights in 2023.
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Here's a list of the top 10 member-authored perspective pieces published over the past year.
- Why Isn't Postpartum Physical Therapy Standard? It Should Be, Jessica Enge, PT, DPT, and Elizabeth Farmer, PT, DPT
- 5 Things I Learned From My First Year of PT School, Matt Glassoff, SPT
- HBCU DPT Programs Produce Great PTs: It Shouldn't Be a Secret, LaDonna Dingle, PT
- Breaking Through Four Barriers to Better Addressing Men's Pelvic Health Needs, Jake Bartholomy, PT, DPT, Grant Headley, PT, DPT, Daniel J. Kirages, PT, DPT, and Chad Woodard, PT, DPT
- PTs Are Primary Providers in Our Osteoarthritis Program. The Results Are Amazing, Andrea Christian, PT, DPT, and Preston Roundy, PT, DPT
- Swimming Against the Current: My Dad's Fight Against Parkinson Disease, Libby Bergman, PT, DPT
- 'You Can't Care if You Aren't There': Provider Mental Health Can't Be Ignored, Drew Contreras, PT, DPT
- The Need for Neurodiversity-Affirming Care for Autistic Adults, Iris Warchall, PT, DPT
- Children With Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Need Early PT Intervention, Brian Hoppestad, PT, EdD
- Making Work Work: Why Occupational Health Physical Therapy Is My Passion, Lorena Pettet Payne, PT, MPA