Author Archives: akaptao

05 Apr
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From PT in Motion: Coding Reform in Context

April 5, 2016: Physical therapy coding reform is coming—and it’s part of a much bigger picture. Source: APTA Feed From PT in Motion: Coding Reform in Context

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05 Apr
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Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at 86

April 4, 2016: Bella J. May, PT, EdD, CEEAA, FAPTA, renowned physical therapy educator, author, and recipient of some of APTA’s highest honors and awards, has died. She was 86. Source: APTA Feed Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at ...

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05 Apr
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Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at 86

April 4, 2016: Bella J. May, PT, EdD, CEEAA, FAPTA, renowned physical therapy educator, author, and recipient of some of APTA’s highest honors and awards, has died. She was 86. Source: APTA Feed Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at ...

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04 Apr
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Study: 'Cultural Competence' May Not Affect Health Disparities

“Patchy” and “sparse”—those are the words used by authors of a US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report to describe the state of research into cultural competence and its effects on health disparities. Source: APTA Feed Study: 'Cultural ...

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04 Apr
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Study: 'Cultural Competence' May Not Affect Health Disparities

“Patchy” and “sparse”—those are the words used by authors of a US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report to describe the state of research into cultural competence and its effects on health disparities. Source: APTA Feed Study: 'Cultural ...

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01 Apr
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Report: To Succeed in New CMS Bundle Model, Hospitals Need to Pay More Attention to Postdischarge TKA, THA Care

April 1, 2016: According to estimate, about 60% of the hospitals required to participate in the CMS CJR bundled care program may have a rough road ahead. Source: APTA Feed Report: To Succeed in New CMS Bundle Model, Hospitals Need ...

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01 Apr
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Aquatic Exercise Good for Knee/Hip OA, Could Help With Transition to Land-Based Exercise

April 1, 2016: Aquatic exercise can provide small, short-term benefits for people with mixed hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA), but its real promise may be as a catalyst to move people with knee or hip OA toward effective land-based exercise. ...

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01 Apr
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Aquatic Exercise Good for Knee/Hip OA, Could Help With Transition to Land-Based Exercise

April 1, 2016: Aquatic exercise can provide small, short-term benefits for people with mixed hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA), but its real promise may be as a catalyst to move people with knee or hip OA toward effective land-based exercise. ...

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31 Mar
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Study: As Youth Sports Intensity Grows, So Does Prevalence of Little League Shoulder

March 31, 2016: Authors of new study say that Little League shoulder (LLS) is an underresearched condition—something that needs to change soon, because prevalence is up as more, and more intense, youth sports programs continue to proliferate. Source: APTA Feed ...

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31 Mar
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Study: As Youth Sports Intensity Grows, So Does Prevalence of Little League Shoulder

March 31, 2016: Authors of new study say that Little League shoulder (LLS) is an underresearched condition—something that needs to change soon, because prevalence is up as more, and more intense, youth sports programs continue to proliferate. Source: APTA Feed ...

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