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Nov 1, 2015/Feature
Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada Makes Grant to Study Orthotic Device
Oct 1, 2015/Column
A PT who's new to the United States faces termination on the job. Part 2 of 3 on various faces of bullying and their ethical ramifications.
The new code sets offer greater specificity in identifying health conditions.
Oct 1, 2015/Feature
New APTA President Sharon Dunn, PT, PhD, talks about movement, the APTA vision, payment reform, listening, smartphones, lessons from her mom, shoe polish, and alligators.
Every state has much to offer physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. It may be quality of life. Employment opportunities. Regulatory and business friendliness. Or any of dozens of other features. But to make it to the top of PT in Motion's third annual analysis of the best states in which
Sep 1, 2015/Feature
NEXT 2015 offered attendees a wide range of sessions, programs, and special events addressing their clinical, research, and educational interests. Here are a few highlights.
Aug 1, 2015/Column
The effects of a bicycle accident were immediate and lasting.
Jul 1, 2015/Column
Treatment questions for a workplace injury.
PTs have a role to play in battling a disturbing trend.
Jul 1, 2015/Feature
Physical therapists who treat farmers and ranchers offer advice about working with those patients.