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Narrow Networks: A New Challenge for PTs and Patients

Feb 1, 2016/Feature

Many health plans are "narrowing" their provider networks in an attempt to control costs. What does this mean for individual therapy practices? That all depends.

Better Sooner and Later: Prehabilitation

Feb 1, 2016/Feature

There's growing evidence that adding a "p" to rehabilitation improves patient outcomes pre- and postsurgery and following cancer treatments-and saves money, too.

House Rules

Dec 1, 2015/Column

Which care setting is best for a rehabbing patient?

Why Physical Therapists Are Embracing Lean Management

Dec 1, 2015/Feature

A process-improvement system adapted from industry can enhance efficiency and better serve patients, its practitioners say.

Easy Upgrade

Nov 1, 2015/Column

This strategy is a definite plus.

Health Care Technology Today

Nov 1, 2015/Feature

Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada Makes Grant to Study Orthotic Device

Hasta La Visa?

Oct 1, 2015/Column

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.

ICD-10: A Primer for PTs

Oct 1, 2015/Column

The new code sets offer greater specificity in identifying health conditions.

Facing True North from the Louisiana South

Oct 1, 2015/Feature

New APTA President Sharon Dunn, PT, PhD, talks about movement, the APTA vision, payment reform, listening, smartphones, lessons from her mom, shoe polish, and alligators.

The Best States in Which to Practice

Oct 1, 2015/Feature

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

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Physical Therapists' Opinions and Practices Regarding Direct Access

Dec 31, 1997/Research Reports

Background and Purpose. This study examined whether differences exist

Health-Related Quality of Life for Patients With Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: Influence of Rehabilitation

Nov 30, 1997/Research Reports

Background and Purpose. The health-related quality of life of patients

Accuracy of Reconstructed Angular Estimates Obtained With the Ariel Performance Analysis System™

Nov 30, 1997/Technical Reports

Background and Purpose. Three-dimensional computerized gait analysis

Learning and Understanding the Kruskal-Wallis One-Way Analysis-of-Variance-by-Ranks Test for Differences Among Three or More Independent Groups

Nov 30, 1997/Updates

When several treatment methods are available for the same problem, many clinicians

Are Research and Evidence Enough?

Nov 30, 1997/Letters and Responses

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Letting Go of the Big Lie

Sep 30, 1997/Editor's Notes

Comparison of Upper-Extremity Balance Tasks and Force Platform Testing in Persons With Hemiparesis

Sep 30, 1997/Research Reports

Background and Purpose. The purpose of this study was to investigate

Invited Commentary

Sep 30, 1997/Research Reports

Author Response

Sep 30, 1997/Research Reports

The Shoulder Pain and Disability Index: The Construct Validity and Responsiveness of a Region-Specific Disability Measure

Sep 30, 1997/Research Reports

Background and Purpose. The purposes of this study were (1) to assess