Tags: "news"

15 Mar
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The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in Local News, March 2017

Get some of the Good Stuff. March 2017 edition. Source: APTA Feed The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in Local News, March 2017

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13 Mar
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Move Forward Radio: Life With Cerebral Palsy and Chronic Pain

Move Forward Radio explores CP and chronic pain. Source: APTA Feed Move Forward Radio: Life With Cerebral Palsy and Chronic Pain

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10 Mar
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APTA to CMS: Proposed Orthotics and Prosthetics Rule Hurts Patients, PTs

APTA to CMS: Your proposed O and P rule will hurt patients. Source: APTA Feed APTA to CMS: Proposed Orthotics and Prosthetics Rule Hurts Patients, PTs

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09 Mar
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12-Year Study Tracks Impact of Television Viewing Patterns on Strength

March 9, 2017 12-Year Study Tracks Impact of Television Viewing Patterns on Strength Source: APTA Feed 12-Year Study Tracks Impact of Television Viewing Patterns on Strength

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08 Mar
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APTA Joins OT and SLP Groups to Provide Input on Future Health Care Legislation

APTA weighs in for patient access. Source: APTA Feed APTA Joins OT and SLP Groups to Provide Input on Future Health Care Legislation

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08 Mar
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Number of Americans Reporting Arthritis-Related Activity Limitations on the Rise

The number of people whose activities are limited by arthritis is growing. Source: APTA Feed Number of Americans Reporting Arthritis-Related Activity Limitations on the Rise

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07 Mar
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PTJ Perspective: PT Education on Medical Marijuana Highly Recommended

Medical marijuana is legal in half the US. How does that affect PTs? Source: APTA Feed PTJ Perspective: PT Education on Medical Marijuana Highly Recommended

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06 Mar
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Study: Manual Therapy Works as Well, And Sometimes Better, Than Surgery for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Manual therapy as effective as surgery for CTS–and sometimes, it’s even better. Source: APTA Feed Study: Manual Therapy Works as Well, And Sometimes Better, Than Surgery for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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03 Mar
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From PT in Motion: Ethics Under Pressure

March 3, 2017 This month’s “Ethics in Practice” column in PT in Motion magazine uses a fairly uncommon setting to get at a fairly common issue: namely, the ways in which external pressures can cloud the ability of a physical ...

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02 Mar
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PT Role in Wound Management Team Reinforced in New White Paper

March 2, 2017: Wound management needs to be addressed by a multidisciplinary team, with physical therapists (PTs) playing a key role throughout: that’s the theme of a new white paper that describes the current state of PTs in wound management. ...

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