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HHS Releases Details on Provider Relief Fund Reporting

Sep 23, 2020/News

If you received $10,000 or more in CARES Act relief funds from HHS, you are required to report on how you spent the money.

Stopgap Spending Bill Pushes Back Medicare Loan Repayment Dates

Oct 1, 2020/News

Providers who received Medicare loans earlier this year won't be required to start paying down until one year after the loan was issued.

The Proposed Medicare Cut Impacts My Community — And Yours

Oct 2, 2020/Perspective

If you think the proposed cut won’t affect you because you don’t provide services for patients covered by Medicare, I urge you to think about the community in which you provide your services.

October Is National Physical Therapy Month: Let's Make It a Moving Experience

Sep 30, 2020/News

This year's NPTM focus is on the importance of physical activity and the role of PTs and PTAs in helping people get moving.

In Our Majority-Female Profession, Women Still Face Discrimination

Sep 29, 2020/Perspective

We need to listen to and shine a light on each other's experiences.

The TRICARE LBP Demonstration Project: APTA's Guide to Seizing the Opportunity

Sep 28, 2020/Open Access

TRICARE is waiving cost-sharing for PT visits for patients with LBP. Let's show them why that's a good idea.

Every Step of the Way: Letter to a COVID-19 Survivor

Oct 23, 2020/Open Access

Visitors weren't allowed for COVID-19 patients. The medical team became your family and we learned your story.

Why Schools Should Make NSC Available to Every Student

Oct 21, 2020/Perspective

This year's virtual APTA National Student Conclave, Nov. 4-8, will include inspiring keynotes, 28 on-demand sessions, five days of live programming, and opportunities for online networking, all at a low price, with discounts for bulk registrations. Don't miss it!

APTA Has Been by My Side

Oct 15, 2020/Perspective

As I come closer to my 10-year anniversary as a PT, I reflect on how APTA has been by my side, pushing me forward in a positive direction all these years.

Two More Insurers Make Telehealth Permanent for PTs

Oct 7, 2020/News

AmeriHealth Caritas and Independence Blue Cross will implement the new coverage policies on Jan. 1.

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Classification, Intervention, and Outcomes for a Person With Lumbar Rotation With Flexion Syndrome

Mar 31, 2005/Case Reports


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Author Response

Feb 28, 2007/Research Reports

Deficits in Surface Force Production During Seated Reaching in People After Stroke

Feb 28, 2007/Research Reports

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In order to design effective

Hop Testing Provides a Reliable and Valid Outcome Measure During Rehabilitation After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Feb 28, 2007/Research Reports

<bold>Background and Purpose</bold>

Although various hop tests

In Memoriam

Feb 28, 2007/Association Business

Management of Stress Urinary Incontinence With Surface Electromyography–Assisted Biofeedback in Women of Reproductive Age

Jan 31, 2007/Research Reports

Background and Purpose

Although surgery has been widely accepted