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Get Familiar With the HHS Provider Relief Fund FAQ Page

Dec 16, 2020/News

HHS regularly updates guidance on how you can spend the money, and how you'll be required to report it. Don't miss out.

APTA in 2020, Part 2: Supporting Your Growth

Dec 16, 2020/News

Rather than close down opportunities for growth during a pandemic, we opened up even more.

"Whole-Souled Devotion to Duty": An Artifact of APTA's Beginnings 100 Years Ago

Jan 13, 2021/Open Access

While Jan. 15, 1921, is cited as the founding date of what would become the American Physical Therapy Association, official records of APTA's early days didn't emerge until almost two months later, by way of the first-ever issue of P.T. Review. The review would go through three name changes over the

CMS Takes Aim at Prior Authorization in Medicaid, CHIP, and Federal Exchanges

Jan 19, 2021/Review

The final rule pushes payers toward more transparency and consistent deadlines for decisions.

CMS Fast-Tracks 'Breakthrough Devices,' Clarifies 'Reasonable and Necessary'

Jan 19, 2021/Review

CMS has finalized a new pathway that could result in quicker coverage of cutting-edge FDA-approved medical devices.

Study: Cardiac Rehab Improves Endurance in Stroke Survivors

Feb 1, 2021/Review

Researchers say their findings back the idea that stroke should be included in the diagnoses covered by CR.

Word: APTA Offers New Resources Focused on Language Differences

Feb 2, 2021/News

We're sharing information related to patients with limited English proficiency, along with Spanish translations of APTA resources.

VA Increases Pay Levels for PTAs

Feb 3, 2021/News

APTA pressed for updated descriptions of PTA qualifications and skills. The change led to a raise in pay ranges.

Coronavirus Update: February 24

Feb 24, 2021/Roundup

Maximizing mask performance, COVID-19 rehab units, vaccine supply and delivery news, and more.

Grades Weren't Going To Land Me in PT School. I Stepped Out of My Comfort Zone

Feb 11, 2021/Perspective

Keegan Taylor, SPT, knew he wanted to be a PT, but the high standard for admission meant he had to do more.

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Predicting Falls

Mar 31, 2001/Letters to the Editor

Effects of Immobilization on Plantar-Flexion Torque, Fatigue Resistance, and Functional Ability Following an Ankle Fracture

Jul 31, 2000/Research Reports


Background and Purpose. The goal of this investigation

Use of The Blue MACS: Acceptance by Clinical Instructors and Self-Reports of Adherence

Jun 30, 2000/Research Report


Background and Purpose. The purpose of this

Art and Science

Jun 30, 2000/Letters to the Editor

Talk to Us

May 31, 2000/Editor's Note

Outcomes and Aging

Apr 30, 2000/Letters to the Editor

Effectiveness of a Bed Positioning Program for Treating Older Adults With Knee Contractures Who Are Institutionalized

Mar 31, 2000/Research Reports


Background and Purpose. Although contractures