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Defensible Documentation: A Framework for Physical Therapy Documentation

Oct 19, 2017/Course

This purpose of this session is to help students and practicing therapists develop an efficient and effective documentation strategy appropriate for use across a wide range of practice settings and patient populations. This approach is grounded in the ICF framework and will facilitate a clinical decision

The Shift to Value-Based Payment: What You Need to Know Now

Oct 30, 2017/Course

Payment reform is underway and as Medicare shifts away from fee-for-service to value-based payment, physical therapists need to know how this will impact their practice and what to do.

2018 Fee Schedule Update: EFFECTIVE CODING AND BILLING STRATEGIES IN THE 2018 PAYMENT ENVIRONMENT

Dec 22, 2017/Course

"The more things change the more they stay the same", this phrase very well describes the environment that administrators and clinicians find themselves in 2018 when considering payment policy, regulation and compliance pertaining to the delivery of physical therapy services in all OP setting's. Change

Conf 17 Expanding Your Practice’s Digital Footprint: Implementing a Telehealth Component Within Your Patient Care Model

Dec 22, 2017/Course

This new channel of practice is revolutionary and brings the physical therapy profession up to speed with current advances in technology and with how other specialties have already incorporated remote-monitored treatments to their existing practices. This course will describe the benefits of adding a

Conf 17 Automatic Success: Using the Rule of 8 for You and Your Staff

Dec 22, 2017/Course

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Study Reveals Racial Disparities in Postdischarge Rehab After Traumatic Injury

May 28, 2019/Review

Researchers found that in groups matched for age, injury type, and injury severity, African Americans were less likely to use rehabilitation services and have outpatient visits postdischarge.

Move Forward Radio: Individuals Who Are Transgender Deserve Person-Centered Care – Just Like Everyone Else

May 20, 2019/News

This podcast is a must-listen for anyone seeking a better understanding of the importance of providers honoring the individual stories every patient brings to the clinic.

The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, May 2019

May 15, 2019/News

"The Good Stuff" is an occasional series that highlights recent media coverage of physical therapy and APTA members, with an emphasis on good news and stories of how individual PTs and PTAs are transforming health care and society every day. Enjoy! Heard the one about the PT? Kyle Gadapee, SPT, was among

Study: Patients in Cardiac Rehab Are Older, Less Healthy, and Have More Diverse Needs Than Patients 20 Years Ago

May 14, 2019/Review

The use of cardiac rehabilitation has grown over time, but with that growth comes changes to patient demographics that present new challenges.

30 Minutes of 'Acute' Exercise Temporarily Boosts Memory-Related Brain Activity, Strengthens Brain Over Time

May 13, 2019/Review

That name on the tip of your tongue might be easier to retrieve after 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise.

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Effect of Achilles Tendon Lengthening on Ankle Muscle Performance in People With Diabetes Mellitus and a Neuropathic Plantar Ulcer

Dec 31, 2004/Research Reports

Abstract

Background and Purpose. The effect of a tendo-Achilles

Robotic-Assisted, Body-Weight–Supported Treadmill Training in Individuals Following Motor Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

Dec 31, 2004/Case Reports

Abstract

Background and Purpose. Performance of therapist-assisted,

Passive Versus Active Stretching

Dec 31, 2004/Letters to the Editor

Motor Imagery for Gait Rehabilitation in Post-Stroke Hemiparesis

Nov 30, 2004/Case Report

Abstract

Background and Purpose. Reports have described

Braving New Worlds: To Conquer, to Endure

Oct 31, 2004/Thirty-Fifth Mary McMillan Lecture

Abstract

Marilyn Moffat, PT, PhD, FAPTA, CSCS

Dr

The Performance of Infants Born Preterm and Full-term in the Mobile Paradigm: Learning and Memory

Aug 31, 2004/Research Reports

Abstract

Background and Purpose. By 3 to 4 months of