Author Archives: akaptao

14 Feb
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Revised Physician Guidelines Shift to Non-Drug Approaches as First-Line Treatment for LBP

A new guideline on LBP treatment goes all-in on nondrug approaches. Source: APTA Feed Revised Physician Guidelines Shift to Non-Drug Approaches as First-Line Treatment for LBP

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13 Feb
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Lymphedema Treatment Legislation Returns to Congress

The possibility of Medicare paying for lymphedema treatment supplies is back on the table at the US House of Representatives. Source: APTA Feed Lymphedema Treatment Legislation Returns to Congress

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10 Feb
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Study: Personal Approach Is Important to Patients With Chronic Pain, but Partial Telerehab Could Offer Acceptable Alternatives

How do patients with chronic pain feel about telerehab? Source: APTA Feed Study: Personal Approach Is Important to Patients With Chronic Pain, but Partial Telerehab Could Offer Acceptable Alternatives

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09 Feb
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2017 NEXT Registration Opens

February 9, 2017: Groundhog-based prognostication aside, spring is in fact right around the corner and June isn’t far behind, which means APTA’s NEXT Conference and Exposition is getting ready to arrive on the scene in Boston, Massachusetts. Source: APTA Feed 2017 ...

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08 Feb
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Ready to Step Up to APTA Committee Service? Now’s Your Chance

Ready to take a lead in shaping the future of APTA? Source: APTA Feed Ready to Step Up to APTA Committee Service? Now’s Your Chance

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07 Feb
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Judge Lays Out What CMS Must Do to Correct Jimmo Education Failings

A federal judge has ordered CMS to implement an education program to better explain the post-Jimmo landscape. Source: APTA Feed Judge Lays Out What CMS Must Do to Correct Jimmo Education Failings

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06 Feb
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Stay on Top of Medicare Changes With Latest APTA Fact Sheets

APTA fact sheets help you understand the latest batch of changes from CMS. Source: APTA Feed Stay on Top of Medicare Changes With Latest APTA Fact Sheets

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03 Feb
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NIH: Treatment Using Patients' Own Stem Cells Shows Promise for Knocking MS Into Remission

February 3, 2017: Through a process that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) likens to a “resetting” of the immune system, some individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) are experiencing long-term remission of the disease symptoms with no additional brain lesions. ...

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02 Feb
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Welcome Back: Therapy Cap Repeal Is Reintroduced in Congress

Could 2017 be the year the therapy cap finally goes away? Source: APTA Feed Welcome Back: Therapy Cap Repeal Is Reintroduced in Congress

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31 Jan
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Study: Cybercycling PE Program Associated With Significant Improvements in Classroom Behavior Among Children With Behavioral Health Disorders

Cybercycling reduces odds of classroom behavioral problems among students with behavioral disorders. Source: APTA Feed Study: Cybercycling PE Program Associated With Significant Improvements in Classroom Behavior Among Children With Behavioral Health Disorders

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