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Jealousy, a Well-Known But Unspoken Part of Physical Therapy School

Jul 24, 2017/Perspective

Comparing grades, clinical experiences, and overall knowledge is not how we're going to be the best student or best clinician.

Movement

With a busy schedule, exercise can fall to the bottom of your long to-do list. Prioritize self-care through the lens of restorative movement with a focus on how you, the movement specialist, care for your physical strength and mobility. Be inspired and receive helpful reminders and guidance to move in

The Proposed 2023 Fee Schedule: 4 Things to Know

Aug 3, 2022/Roundup

Of course the proposed cuts are at the center — but there are some significant opportunities for change and making your voice heard.

Student Involvement

Jan 1, 2022/Article

Getting involved in your association and profession doesn't have to be time-consuming or challenging.

CSM Preview: Genomics and Precision Physical Therapy With Richard K. Shields and Eric D. Green

Nov 13, 2018/Interview

A discussion about physical therapy and the genomic era.

The Best-Laid 10-Year Plan ...

Jul 1, 2022/Column

A former newscaster trades the thrill of chasing down a story for the higher satisfaction of improving patients' lives.

Taking the Plunge

Mar 1, 2022/Column

A PT recalls overcoming her own obstacles to become a board-certified orthopaedic clinical specialist and help others reach their goals.

How I Made a Perfect Score on the PTA NPTE

Jun 26, 2019/Perspective

It's that it is never too early to start studying.