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High-Dose Exercise Mostly Not Superior to Low-Dose Exercise for Knee OA

Feb 10, 2023/Review

An RCT measured pain and function in patients with knee osteoarthritis who completed 12 weeks of physical therapist-supervised exercises.

Telehealth Physical Therapy and COVID-19: An Author Interview With Matthew Miller

Feb 14, 2023/Podcast

Editor-in-Chief Alan Jette, PT, PhD, FAPTA, interviews Matthew Miller, PT, DPT, DSc, about his evaluation of telehealth physical therapy utilization at an urban academic medical center one year into the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, February 2023

Feb 15, 2023/Roundup

A PT's tips on choosing the right pillow, plus more APTA members in the media.

2023 APTA Leadership Scholars Program Welcomes New Class

Feb 1, 2023/News

The 25 PTs, PTAs, and students selected to refine their leadership skills bring diverse experiences and perspectives to the program.

APTA Offers Group, Individual Health Insurance That Could Help You Save

Feb 6, 2023/News

The APTA Health Benefits Marketplace leverages the association's membership size to keep costs down.

APTA's Advocacy Road Map: Empowerment for the Profession, Results for Patients

Feb 8, 2023/News

The association's public policy priorities are aimed at unleashing physical therapy's potential to take on pressing health care challenges.

Coronavirus Update: February 8

Feb 8, 2023/Roundup

End to health emergency, annual vaccine schedule, dropping infection rates, and more.

Study Identifies How Young Adults Conceptualize Pain

Apr 3, 2023/Review

Interviews of young adults with chronic pain reveal four primary concepts — some potentially helpful, some not.

Optimizing the Built Environment for Physical Activity

Apr 1, 2023/Feature

PTs and PTAs can play an important role in creating and supporting community spaces that encourage people to become and stay active.

On the Pathway to Greatness

Apr 1, 2023/Feature

APTA's PTA Advanced Proficiency Pathways program provides skills and recognition for physical therapist assistants.

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Postoperative Herniated Nucleus Pulposus

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Cervical Strain

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World Confederation for Physical Therapy

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Schools Offering Courses in Physical Therapy

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Book Reviews

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