Category Archives: info

24 May
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CoHSTAR Pilot Study Deadline June 1

Interested in pursuing a pilot study for CoHSTAR? The application deadline is soon. Source: APTA Feed CoHSTAR Pilot Study Deadline June 1

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24 May
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Study Identifies 11 Guideline-Based Recommendations for Musculoskeletal Pain

The 11 recommendations include calls for patient-centered approaches, attention to psychosocial issues, and use of nonsurgical care as a first-line treatment. Source: APTA Feed Study Identifies 11 Guideline-Based Recommendations for Musculoskeletal Pain

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21 May
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America's 'Fittest Cities' Ranked

May 21, 2019: Live in or near Arlington, Virginia? Congratulations: you reside in the nation’s most fit city, according to results of a new study that ranks cities across the United States. The rankings are part of the 2019 American ...

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20 May
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Move Forward Radio: Individuals Who Are Transgender Deserve Person-Centered Care – Just Like Everyone Else

“All bodies are good bodies, and we’re going to make sure that all bodies feel the way they’re supposed to feel.” Source: APTA Feed Move Forward Radio: Individuals Who Are Transgender Deserve Person-Centered Care – Just Like Everyone Else

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17 May
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Legislation to Include PTs in Student Loan Relief Program Now in House and Senate

The bill would add PTs to a federal initiative that provides greater patient access to health care in rural and underserved areas—and incentivizes health care provider participation through a student loan forgiveness program. Source: APTA Feed Legislation to Include PTs ...

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15 May
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The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, May 2019

Comedian members, Ski Patrol members, marathon-winning members, and more. Source: APTA Feed The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, May 2019

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14 May
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Study: Patients in Cardiac Rehab Are Older, Less Healthy, and Have More Diverse Needs Than Patients 20 Years Ago

Rates of diabetes, hypertension, and obesity are up. Source: APTA Feed Study: Patients in Cardiac Rehab Are Older, Less Healthy, and Have More Diverse Needs Than Patients 20 Years Ago

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13 May
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30 Minutes of 'Acute' Exercise Temporarily Boosts Memory-Related Brain Activity, Strengthens Brain Over Time

30 minutes of exercise can improve recall temporarily and condition your brain to work more efficiently in the long run. Source: APTA Feed 30 Minutes of 'Acute' Exercise Temporarily Boosts Memory-Related Brain Activity, Strengthens Brain Over Time

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08 May
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CDC: Arthritis Affects 1 in 4 in US; More Emphasis on Physical Activity Needed

The findings point to a position long-supported by APTA: increased PA among individuals with arthritis can have a marked impact on reducing pain severity and increasing function. Source: APTA Feed CDC: Arthritis Affects 1 in 4 in US; More Emphasis ...

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07 May
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From PT in Motion Magazine: 50 Years of PTAs

1969 wasn’t all Woodstock and moonwalks. Just ask a PTA. Source: APTA Feed From PT in Motion Magazine: 50 Years of PTAs

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