Author Archives: akaptao

03 Jan
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Study: Virtual Reality Systems Could Enhance Intermanual Transfer

January 3, 2017 It’s well-known that physical training in 1 hand can result in performance gains in the opposite, untrained hand—a phenomenon known as intermanual transfer—and that using a mirror to make it look as if the untrained hand is ...

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29 Dec
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2016's Top Stories From PT in Motion News

What topped PT in Motion News in 2016? Source: APTA Feed 2016's Top Stories From PT in Motion News

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27 Dec
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A Very Good Year: 2016's Top Move Forward Radio Podcast

December 27, 2016: Say what you will about 2016, but it’s been a good year for Move Forward Radio, APTA’s consumer-oriented podcast series from MoveForwardPT.com. Source: APTA Feed A Very Good Year: 2016's Top Move Forward Radio Podcast

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22 Dec
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NYT: CMS Consideration of Outpatient TKA Sparks Debate

New York Times: Outpatient TKA debate is “as much about money as medicine.” Source: APTA Feed NYT: CMS Consideration of Outpatient TKA Sparks Debate

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22 Dec
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Cracking the Code: 6 Resources to Help You Navigate the 2017 CPT Code Changes

6 worthwhile resources that can help you understand and prepare for the big change in CPT coding. Source: APTA Feed Cracking the Code: 6 Resources to Help You Navigate the 2017 CPT Code Changes

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21 Dec
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Expanded CMS Bundling Programs – With Payment Incentives – Ready to Launch in 2017

CMS listened to APTA’s advice on 2017 bundling programs rule. Source: APTA Feed Expanded CMS Bundling Programs – With Payment Incentives – Ready to Launch in 2017

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20 Dec
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Gabby Reece Recounts Rehab After TKA in Move Forward Radio Interview

Volleyball legend Gabby Reece talks rehab–without drugs–after TKA. Source: APTA Feed Gabby Reece Recounts Rehab After TKA in Move Forward Radio Interview

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19 Dec
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APTA Offers Fellowship Opportunities

APTA has announced the creation of 2 new fellowships within the association. Source: APTA Feed APTA Offers Fellowship Opportunities

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16 Dec
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From PTJ: High-Intensity Locomotor Exercise Improves Ability to Walk After Incomplete SCI

The conventional approach to rehabilitation for patients with incomplete SCI is being turned on its head. Source: APTA Feed From PTJ: High-Intensity Locomotor Exercise Improves Ability to Walk After Incomplete SCI

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15 Dec
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Now Law, Locum Tenens Win Was Years in the Making

“Locum tenens has been among APTA’s top public policy priorities for some time, so the passage of the Cures Act, with locum tenens for PTs included, is a big deal.” Source: APTA Feed Now Law, Locum Tenens Win Was Years ...

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