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Professional Pulse

Mar 1, 2017/Magazine

- Data Points\r\n - Health Care Headlines\r\n - Research Roundup\r\n - Association Resources

Making the Most of International Volunteer and Learning Opportunities

Nov 1, 2016/Feature

A growing number of PTs, PTAs, and physical therapy students travel outside the United States to volunteer their services and to learn more about health care worldwide. How can these experiences help ensure a successful experience for everyone?

Financial Literacy and the New DPT Grad

Feb 1, 2017/Feature

Few recent graduates were exposed to classes in financial literacy while they were in school. Most educators think they should have been.

Plugging Into Social Media

Dec 1, 2016/Feature

Social networking is an opportunity for PTs and PTAs to engage in creativity, innovation, and collaboration.

Health Care Technology Today

Nov 1, 2016/Feature

Here's a look at some advances and proposals in the field of health care technology.

A Deathly Silence

Oct 1, 2016/Column

Should a physical therapist tell a patient that she is terminally ill?

First Do No Harm?

Dec 1, 2016/Column

A mother's disturbing confession puts a physical therapist on the spot.

"I Will Help You"

Nov 1, 2016/Column

Saying it made all the difference.

Great Expectations

Nov 1, 2016/Column

The power of optimism in wellness pursuits.

The Medicare Payment Cuts: History, What We're Doing, and Your Role in the Fight

Aug 20, 2021/Article

What you need to know about the cuts' origins, the system that created them, and the ways APTA has been advocating for the profession.