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11 Mar
0

From PTJ: Analysis Paints Dire Picture of Unmet Mobility and Therapy Needs Among Children

March 11, 2016: When it comes to the mobility aid and therapy needs of children, as of 2010, the outlook was not good: at least 1 in 10 children requiring mobility aids were not receiving them, and nearly 1 in ...

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11 Mar
0

From PTJ: Analysis Paints Dire Picture of Unmet Mobility and Therapy Needs Among Children

March 11, 2016: When it comes to the mobility aid and therapy needs of children, as of 2010, the outlook was not good: at least 1 in 10 children requiring mobility aids were not receiving them, and nearly 1 in ...

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11 Mar
0

WebMD Adds Physical Therapy to Fibromyalgia Resources

March 11, 2016: The hugely popular WebMD health site just got a little better, because now it includes a new section on physical therapy’s role in the treatment of fibromyalgia. Source: APTA Feed WebMD Adds Physical Therapy to Fibromyalgia Resources

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11 Mar
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WebMD Adds Physical Therapy to Fibromyalgia Resources

March 11, 2016: The hugely popular WebMD health site just got a little better, because now it includes a new section on physical therapy’s role in the treatment of fibromyalgia. Source: APTA Feed WebMD Adds Physical Therapy to Fibromyalgia Resources

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10 Mar
0

HHS: 30-Day Readmissions Are Down – For Real

March 10, 2016: Hospital 30-day readmission rates are dropping and, with it, concerns that hospitals are accomplishing the decreases through ramped-up use of “observation status” stays that would allow them to do an end-run around potential readmission penalties. Source: APTA ...

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10 Mar
0

Oregon First State to Sign On to PT, PTA Licensure Compact

March 8, 2016: Oregon has made physical therapy history by becoming the first state to join the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact. Source: APTA Feed Oregon First State to Sign On to PT, PTA Licensure Compact

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10 Mar
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Oregon First State to Sign On to PT, PTA Licensure Compact

March 8, 2016: Oregon has made physical therapy history by becoming the first state to join the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact. Source: APTA Feed Oregon First State to Sign On to PT, PTA Licensure Compact

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09 Mar
0

The Fastest-Growing of the Fastest-Growing: PTs, PTAs Near the Top of Employment Growth Projections

March 9, 2016: The health care employment outlook is projected to grow rapidly in the next 3 years, and physical therapy-related professions aren’t just a part of that growth—they’re among the leaders. Source: APTA Feed The Fastest-Growing of the Fastest-Growing: ...

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09 Mar
0

The Fastest-Growing of the Fastest-Growing: PTs, PTAs Near the Top of Employment Growth Projections

March 9, 2016: The health care employment outlook is projected to grow rapidly in the next 3 years, and physical therapy-related professions aren’t just a part of that growth—they’re among the leaders. Source: APTA Feed The Fastest-Growing of the Fastest-Growing: ...

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09 Mar
0

Newest Report on Burden of Musculoskeletal Conditions Now Available

March 9, 2016: The latest edition of a wide-ranging report brings high-powered data to something physical therapists and physical therapist assistants know at a very personal level—the overwhelming prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions among the US population. Source: APTA Feed Newest ...

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