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Defining Moment: What More Could I Wish For?

Jun 1, 2022/Podcast

A home visit to a patient with an intriguing background leads a PT back to the profession.

Defining Moment: Searching for Answers

May 14, 2024/Podcast

After seeking a diagnosis, a PT moves toward recovery.

APTA State Legislative Update: Direct Access, Compact, Payment, and More

Apr 6, 2023/Podcast

Join APTA staff experts for a quick look at what's happening in statehouses this legislative season.

Defining Moment: The Path Chose Me

Jun 4, 2024/Podcast

A PT finds meaning and purpose helping other cancer survivors.

An On-the-Nose Career

Apr 1, 2021/Podcast

Defining Moment: Reminiscences of a PT and mother.

PT and PTA Teams

Aug 24, 2020/Podcast

APTA Outstanding PT-PTA Team Award winners Christine Davidson, PT, DPT, and Nanako Barry, PTA, CBIS, share their model for success and answer your questions.

Celebrating Our Professional History

Jul 21, 2021/Podcast

A discussion on our professional history. We discuss professional milestones and take questions from viewers.

Online Learning and Hybrid Education

Feb 17, 2021/Podcast

Lindsay Durand, SPT, APTA Student Assembly director of communications, and Tonya Olson, MSPT, DPT, discuss the benefits of online learning, hybrid education, and how to make the most of your virtual learning experiences.

Value-Based Care: The Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry #4

Jan 26, 2018/Podcast

This is episode 4 of APTA’s comprehensive podcast series that explains the move toward value-based care and how physical therapists can participate in the Quality Payment Program. This episode is “The Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry.”

Value-Based Care: Why Do We Need Quality Measures? #3

Jan 26, 2018/Podcast

This is episode 3 of APTA’s comprehensive podcast series that explains the move toward value-based care and how physical therapists can participate in the Quality Payment Program. This episode asks “Why Do We Need Quality Measures?”