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Performance Fit Video Series

Looking for some exercise inspiration? Explore this on-demand exercise video program from Performance PT, and work out in the comfort of your own home.

Video: Interviews From CSM 2019

Feb 11, 2019/Article

16,000+ PTs, PTAs, and students made their way to Washington, DC for Combined Sections Meeting 2019 last week.  To give students an idea of who was there and of the hot topics being discussed, Kyle Stapleton, SPT, Director of Communications, APTA Student Assembly Board of Directors, sat down with experts

New APTA Public Awareness Video Features Adaptive Surfing Champion PT Dani Burt

Oct 26, 2018/News

APTA member Dani Burt, PT, DPT, has a knack for turning inspiration into…more inspiration.


Nov 16, 2021/Video

Try something new with Michael Gervais, PhD, sports and performance psychologist, mindset expert, and Hyperice performance advisor.

Wellness Tips

Dec 20, 2021/Video

When it comes to wellness, there is a unique balance between stress and recovery.

'Choose More Movement and Better Health': APTA Releases New #ChoosePT Video

Feb 6, 2018/News

Anyone can experience pain—but nobody should feel trapped by opioids as the only way to manage it: that's the message at the heart of APTA's newest video PSA in the #ChoosePT opioid awareness campaign.

Video and Photos: APTA 2023 Combined Sections Meeting

Mar 15, 2023/News

The APTA 2023 Combined Sections Meeting is a wrap — and it was one for the books.

Quick Guide to Using Remote Assessment of Recorded Video and/or Images by PTs

Jan 1, 2021/Article

As of Jan. 1, 2021, CMS permanently allows PTs in private practice and facility-based settings to render a remote assessment of recorded video and/or images (HCPCS code G2250) under Medicare.

4-Square Step Test (FSST)

Oct 19, 2014/Test & Measure

Test of dynamic balance that clinically assesses the person's ability to step over objects forward, sideways, and backwards.

2021 Lynda D. Woodruff Lecture

Jun 17, 2021/Video

Improving diversity, equity, and inclusion within the field of physical therapy has taken many challenges.

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What are the benefits of video feedback for strengthening parental sensitivity and attachment security in children under five years old who are at risk for poor attachment outcomes?

Mar 17, 2020/Reference

Sguassero, Yanina

Teleassessment of Gait and Gait Aids: Validity and Interrater Reliability

Jan 26, 2020/Measurement



Exercise Intensity Levels in Children With Cerebral Palsy While Playing With an Active Video Game Console

Jul 31, 2013/Research Reports


Children with cerebral palsy (CP) are prone to secondary

Reproducibility and Accuracy of Angle Measurements Obtained Under Static Conditions with the Motion Analysis™ Video System

Mar 31, 1992/Technical Reports

The development of computerized and semi-automated motion analysis systems has

Intrasubject Reliability of Spinal Range of Motion and Velocity Determined by Video Motion Analysis

Aug 31, 1993/Research Reports

Background and Purpose. The purpose of this study was to investigate

The Effect of Marker Placement Deviations on Spinal Range of Motion Determined by Video Motion Analysis

Jun 30, 1993/Technical Reports

Background and Purpose. Spinal range of motion (ROM) is an important

“Kinect-ing” With Clinicians: A Knowledge Translation Resource to Support Decision Making About Video Game Use in Rehabilitation

Feb 28, 2015/Innovative Technologies in Rehabilitation and Health Promotion: Special Series

Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360 virtual reality (VR) video games are promising

Reliability of Kinematic Measurements of Rear-Foot Motion

Sep 30, 1992/Technical Reports

The purpose of this study was to examine the ability of a video-based, computer-interfaced

Innovations in Teaching Physical Therapy

Dec 31, 1969/Education


The population and information

Using Home Video Equipment for the Handicapped Child Suggestion from the Field

Oct 31, 1984/Practice

In the field of pediatric physical therapy, the physical therapist (PT) often must