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Changes to the Blood Pressure Guidelines: Is It a Change for Physical Therapists?

Mar 26, 2018/Perspective

How does the 2017 guideline affect physical therapist practice and the patients we treat?

APTA Glenohumeral Joint OA Clinical Practice Guideline Now Available

May 12, 2023/Review

The new resource, designed specifically for PTs and PTAs, includes evidence-based and best-practice recommendations.

Nutrition and Physical Therapy: A Powerful Combination

Aug 14, 2018/Perspective

Research shows that PTs can play an active role in lifestyle-related interventions, such as nutrition.

Defining Moment: Opening a New Door

Dec 1, 2023/Column

Taking a teaching job on a lark proved to be the perfect fit for this physical therapist.

Takeaways From the Proposed 2024 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, Part 2

Jul 28, 2023/Article

MIPS reporting, value pathways, promoting interoperability, and more.

Coronavirus Update: August 14

Aug 14, 2020/Roundup

In this update: COVID-19 long-term effects, FDA expands warning on sanitizers, new evidence on N95 respirators, and more.

APTA Working for You: Commercial Payer Updates, September 2018

Sep 28, 2018/Roundup

APTA helps its members by staying on top of changes and bringing the physical therapy profession's voice to the table.

Women in Physical Therapy Summit: Fueling Change in the Profession

Sep 19, 2018/News

The summit focuses on providers and how their perspectives as women in the profession can be brought to the table.

4 Things to Do Now That the 2018 Fee Schedule Is Out

Nov 21, 2017/News

The final 2018 Medicare PFS released by CMS included some significant variations from the PFS proposed in July. So what should PTs do in the wake of the new PFS? Here are APTA's top 4 suggestions.

From PTJ: Seeing PT or Chiropractor First for Low Back Pain Is Less Costly

Nov 10, 2023/Review

Patients who first sought care from a physical therapist or chiropractor had fewer opioid prescriptions and MRIs after diagnosis.