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02 Nov
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WCPT Seeking Input From PTs All Over the World—Including You

November 2, 2015: Have some thoughts about physical therapy from a global perspective? Now you can make those opinions heard. Source: APTA Feed WCPT Seeking Input From PTs All Over the World—Including You

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30 Oct
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World Stroke Day Resources, APTA Information, Help Consumers Understand Need to Act F.A.S.T.

October 30, 2015: World Stroke Day may be over, but resources created for the event—and APTA’s ongoing offerings—are as relevant as ever. Source: APTA Feed World Stroke Day Resources, APTA Information, Help Consumers Understand Need to Act F.A.S.T.

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30 Oct
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Home Health Payment for 2016 Includes New Value-Based Model, Slightly Smaller Reduction From Proposed Rule

October 30, 2015: CMS has issued a final rule for the 2016 Medicare home health prospective payment system (HH PPS) that looks a lot like the rule it proposed earlier this year. Source: APTA Feed Home Health Payment for 2016 ...

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29 Oct
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Student Loan Repayment to Be Focus of Flash Action Nov 4-5

October 29, 2015: People in rural and underserved areas deserve access to physical therapy—and including physical therapists (PTs) in the National Health Services Corps (NHSC) could make that access possible. Source: APTA Feed Student Loan Repayment to Be Focus of ...

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28 Oct
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Mr. Galloway Goes to Washington: Go Baby Go! Initiative Featured at Smithsonian's Spark!Lab

October 28, 2015: The rapidly growing GoBabyGo! project that retrofits children’s ride-on toys to transform them into assistive mobility devices will take center stage at a special Smithsonian Institution center. Source: APTA Feed Mr. Galloway Goes to Washington: Go Baby ...

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28 Oct
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Look What You Did (for National Physical Therapy Month)!

October 28, 2015: As National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM) draws to a close, don’t forget to share your celebration and recognition photos and stories with APTA. Source: APTA Feed Look What You Did (for National Physical Therapy Month)!

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27 Oct
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What Do You Know Now That You Didn't Learn in School? Now That's a Good Question

October 27, 2015: A straightforward question. And just like that—a multitude of interesting answers. Source: APTA Feed What Do You Know Now That You Didn't Learn in School? Now That's a Good Question

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27 Oct
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Physical Therapy Achieves Faster Outcomes Than Surgery for Common Type of Shoulder Dislocation

October 27, 2015: Acromio-clavicular (AC) joint dislocations may be better-treated through nonsurgical approaches, according to a new study from Canada. Source: APTA Feed Physical Therapy Achieves Faster Outcomes Than Surgery for Common Type of Shoulder Dislocation

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26 Oct
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'Choosing Wisely' Campaign Registers Mixed Results in Study of 7 Low-Value Services

October 26, 2015: The “Choosing Wisely” campaign aimed at reducing the use of unnecessary medical procedures, treatments, and tests hasn’t made a significant dent in the problem—though there are signs that it’s working in some areas. Source: APTA Feed 'Choosing ...

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26 Oct
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'Inside APTA' Podcast: Celebrating a Difference-Making October

October 26, 2015: The latest edition of APTA’s new podcast series, “Inside APTA,” has arrived just in time to provide inspiration to keep National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM) ideals alive throughout the year. Source: APTA Feed 'Inside APTA' Podcast: Celebrating ...

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