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Access To Durable Medical Equipment

Aug 30, 2018/Policies & Bylaws

House position: Access to durable medical equipment.

Setting-Specific Considerations in Documentation

Jan 31, 2018/Article

There are many elements of documentation that need consideration; one of the most important is clinical setting.

Elements of Documentation Within the Patient/Client Management Model

Jan 31, 2018/Article

The main documentation elements are: initial examination and evaluation, visit, reexamination, and conclusion of episode of care summary.

Consumer Protection Through Licensure of Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants

Sep 29, 2019/Policies & Bylaws

House position: Consumer Protection Through Licensure of Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants.

Catherine Worthingham Fellows Of The APTA

Nov 29, 2022/Policies & Bylaws

Board policy: Describes criteria and qualifications candidates must meet to be considered for designation as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow.

Establishing Physical Therapy Partners Program

Jul 30, 2012/Policies & Bylaws

Board policy: A Physical Therapy Partners Program acknowledges and provides access for individuals who are not eligible for APTA membership.

Cultural Competence Policy

Sep 20, 2019/Policies & Bylaws

House position: The American Physical Therapy Association supports cultural competence as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Candidates Statements

Aug 30, 2018/Policies & Bylaws

House policy: The Nominating Committee shall have responsibility to develop questions for candidate statements for individuals slated for national office.

Parkinson Disease (PD)

Oct 13, 2011/Clinical Summary

People with PD need to develop long-term exercise habits—and be committed to participating in their intervention programs—to sustain the benefits of the supervised intervention provided by PTs.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Oct 20, 2011/Clinical Summary

PTs provide skilled interventions to reduce dyspnea and improve endurance, strength, and quality of life for people with COPD.