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26 Jun
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PTJ's Research Impact on the Rise

The influence of APTA’s scientific journal continues to grow. Source: APTA Feed PTJ's Research Impact on the Rise

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26 Jun
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News From NEXT: Rural Health Care has Plenty of Challenges, Promising Opportunities

“We have all these conditions that are worse in rural settings, but the money’s not there.” Source: APTA Feed News From NEXT: Rural Health Care has Plenty of Challenges, Promising Opportunities

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25 Jun
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'Allow Mistakes': Study of Infants With CP Emphasizes Importance of Balanced Approach to Movement Learning

Reinforcement learning or error-based learning? Source: APTA Feed 'Allow Mistakes': Study of Infants With CP Emphasizes Importance of Balanced Approach to Movement Learning

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25 Jun
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News From NEXT: Understanding Personality Types Can Enhance the PT-Patient Relationship

“It’s not their responsibility to come to us or to meet us half way. It’s our responsibility to meet them.” Source: APTA Feed News From NEXT: Understanding Personality Types Can Enhance the PT-Patient Relationship

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25 Jun
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News From NEXT: Attendees Rebuild Toy Cars to Aid Children’s Mobility

GoBabyGo at NEXT. Source: APTA Feed News From NEXT: Attendees Rebuild Toy Cars to Aid Children’s Mobility

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24 Jun
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News From NEXT: 2018-2019 Marquette Challenge Raises Over $266,000 for the Foundation

Which school came out on top in the funding challenge? Source: APTA Feed News From NEXT: 2018-2019 Marquette Challenge Raises Over 6,000 for the Foundation

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24 Jun
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UnitedHealthcare Announces New Pilot Program to Increase Access to Physical Therapy Services as Result of Collaboration With APTA

The pilot follows a multiyear collaboration between APTA, Optum Labs, and UHC. Source: APTA Feed UnitedHealthcare Announces New Pilot Program to Increase Access to Physical Therapy Services as Result of Collaboration With APTA

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19 Jun
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The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, June 2019

PTs making their mark on professional sports teams, a PT sculptor, and PT-led drum circles as part of a pain management program–all part of this month’s “Good Stuff.” Source: APTA Feed The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the ...

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19 Jun
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News From NEXT: Debaters Argue: Is Social Media Hazardous?

The verdict is in. The results of the 12th annual Oxford Debate found that social media is hazardous to the profession. That’s the ruling of the debate’s moderator Charles Ciccone, PT, PhD, FAPTA, who presided over the event June 14 ...

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18 Jun
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News From NEXT: For Optimal Outcomes, Look Beyond Compensation Patterns, Maley Lecturer Says

“Any movement-related profession—personal trainers, athletic trainers, dance therapists, yoga instructors—who can observe impairments such as a weak muscle can try to fix it,” said Beth Fisher, PT, PhD, FAPTA, in delivering the 24th John H. P. Maley Lecture on June ...

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