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Defining Moment: “I Will Help You”

Nov 1, 2016/Podcast

Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, reflects on the words that made the difference.

Defining Moment: Unlimited Adventure

Mar 1, 2017/Podcast

Carol-Ann Nelson, PT, DPT, describes a program for people with neurologic conditions that’s literally “out there.”

Easing the Transition From Student to Clinician

Mar 4, 2020/Podcast

Will Stokes, PT, DPT, is on a mission to prepare students for the transition to professional. In this episode, Will shares his story as a student transitioning into a clinician, and gives insight on his experience as a professional.

Telehealth and What Students Should Know -#XchangeSA

Feb 21, 2020/Podcast

APTA’s live #XchangeSA chat with Alan Lee, PT, DPT, PhD on telehealth and telerehab.

Ethics and Best Practices - Payment, Policy, and You

Feb 5, 2020/Podcast

Learn what every physical therapy student should know about the health care landscape, payment, ethical practice, as well as advice on documentation, and ethical decision-making.

The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, May 2020

May 13, 2020/News

Highlighting recent, mostly local media coverage of physical therapy and APTA members.

APTA Advisory: Humana Adopts Telehealth for PTs, OTs, SLPs

May 19, 2020/News

PTs can now bill the insurer for common therapy codes, delivered via telehealth, for the duration of the public health emergency.

PTJ Virtual Issue Puts COVID Research and Perspectives on the Fast-Track

May 20, 2020/News

The association's journal launched a project that brings new rehab-related information to readers as quickly as possible.

New Details Emerge on Delivery of Remote Services by Outpatient Department PTs and PTAs in Medicare

May 22, 2020/News

More details emerged about CMS guidance on a way for hospital outpatient department PTs and PTAs to provide remote care delivery to Medicare beneficiaries.

Outpatient Clinic COVID-19 Recommendations Created Through Collaborative Effort

May 26, 2020/News

APTA, the association's Private Practice Section, and APTA Rhode Island developed guidelines that could help clinics stay safe during the pandemic.

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Unnecessary Adversaries

Mar 31, 1997/Editor's Notes

For the second month in a row, the Journal is publishing an article related to


Mar 31, 1997/Research Reports

Author Comment

Mar 31, 1997/Research Reports

Plantar Pressure Reduction in an Incremental Weight-Bearing System

Mar 31, 1997/Technical Reports

Background and Purpose. Harness-supported treadmill ambulation has

Whiplash-Associated Chronic Headache Treated With Home Cervical Traction

Mar 31, 1997/Case Reports

The subject of this case report was a 56-year-old woman who sustained a whiplash-associated

Lumbar Lordosis and Pelvic Inclination

Mar 31, 1997/Letters and Responses

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I applaud Youdas et al (Lumbar

Evaluating Scientific Merit

Jun 30, 1996/Letters and Responses

<italic>To The Editor:</italic>

I was very excited to read the


Jun 30, 1996/Corrections

Table 5 of the article “Heart Failure” by Lawrence P Cahalin, PT, CCS, in the May

Invited Commentary

May 31, 1996/Research Reports

Determining Consistency of Elbow Joint Threshold Angle in Elbow Flexor Muscles With Spastic Hypertonia

May 31, 1996/Research Reports

Background and Purpose. Threshold angle, the point in passive range