Recent Posts From APTA
How can PTs extend adherence after the conclusion of care and end ...Read More
PTs interested in playing a transformative role in physical therapy health services ...Read More
New Learning Lab recording: Partnering with ACOs. Source: APTA Feed Free Learning ...Read More
Study: Research Indicates PT-Delivered CB Interventions Work for LBP – But Can They be Translated to Practice?
Researchers are confident that when PTs add CB interventions to their treatment ...Read More
Could the amount of “stress” in a city affect a hospital’s CMS ...Read More
Now available to APTA members: context and details to help you understand ...Read More
From Move Forward Radio: A Journey Out of Pain and Away From Painkillers, Thanks to Physical Therapy
Morgan Hay thought she would lose her battle against pain – until ...Read More
Physical therapist investigators have an opportunity to receive guidance in getting their ...Read More
Tim Flynn wants his fellow PTs to help consumers understand potential harms ...Read More
'Proof of Concept' Study Points to Possible Link Between Aerobic Exercise and Improvement in Cognitive Function in Patients With Vascular-Based Impairment
Could aerobic activity actually improve cognitive function in older adults with vascular-based ...Read More
With so many different EHR vendors out there, increased standardization is essential. ...Read More
A quick guide to the new evaluation codes and a recording of ...Read More
Good news about APTA members and the physical therapy profession. Source: APTA ...Read More
ACOs Beginning to Take Creative Steps to Address Nonmedical Needs – But Can Those Steps Be Expanded?
Some ACOs are beginning to do something about patient needs around housing, ...Read More
Their opinion is straightforward: “People with DPN should be encouraged to ...Read More
Cervical traction for neck pain: popular among PTs, but why? Source: APTA ...Read More
Ultrasound devices for healing tibial fractures are ineffective, say researchers. Source: APTA ...Read More
Draft Recommendation: Children With Obesity Require at Least 26 Hours of 'Intensive Behavioral Interventions'
A new recommendation says it takes at least 26 hours of intensive ...Read More