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Capitol Hill Day: What You Need To Know

Capitol Hill Day in-person meetings are held on September 14. The meetings are held from approximately 9 a.m.-3 p.m.  

Building a Physical Therapy Practice With a Human Performance Focus

Dec 8, 2021/Event

Join this open discussion where you will learn the ins and outs of building a PT practice with a focus on performance.

The Physical Therapist Assistant Profession Turns 50

Jan 22, 2019/Article

  While APTA's centennial may be a couple years away, there's another cause for celebration right here, right now: 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first physical therapist assistant (PTA) graduates. Though a half-century may seem like a long time, the rise of the PTA from something that seemed

Busting Medicare Part B Myths (and Regulating Your Expectations), Part 2

Dec 26, 2019/Perspective

Debunking some of the most prevalent Medicare myths.

I Am Not a Leader: A Case of Mistaken Identity

Oct 9, 2019/Perspective

I learned that leadership is much more than a position or title.

New PTJ Podcast Previews June Special Issue on Infant and Child Development

May 28, 2019/Article

Topics include sensor technology and device development, approaches to measurement and assessment using emerging technology, and perception-action.

Your Serve: Getting Involved in Global PT Day of Service on October 12

Oct 1, 2019/Perspective

Service is at the very heart of our profession.

The Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry: 2019 by the Numbers

Dec 11, 2019/News

The Registry integrates with EHRs to help providers easily benchmark patient outcomes, participate in the MIPS, and improve patient care.

APTA Student Social: Managing My Finances as a Travel PT

Apr 18, 2021/Event

Join us for a discussion with owners of Travel Therapy Mentor as they talk about their experiences with finances as travel PTs.

APTA Centennial Lecture Series: Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation: State of the Science

Jul 23, 2021/Course

Join expert presenter Johnny Owens, PT, MPT, for this lecture and lab on blood flow restriction.