On January 1, 2017 all physical therapists will encounter three new evaluation codes and a new reevaluation code. Are you ready?
Your participation is requested in a research project to assess the use of vital signs in Physical Therapy Practice!
Thsi study says that patients who go to outpatient physical therapy immediately after TKA get better faster than those who receive home physical therapy and move on to the outpatient setting.
A study of a hospital reveals a pattern of scheduled physical therapy sessions that never take place.
APTA had a record-breaking year of getting the word out to the public.
It's the January, 2017 roundup of members and the profession highlighted in local news.
In a proposed rule, CMS says PTs could be "qualified" as providers to furnish custom orthotics and prosthetics - but what does that mean?
Country music star Clay Walker tells Move Forward radio about his life with MS.
The new HHA participation rule focuses on communication, patients' rights, and more.
PTs as key players in a patient-centered medical home.
The House gets the ball rolling on a bill that helps PTs who travel with sports teams.
Can yoga make a difference in quality-of-life for pediatric cancer patients and their parents?
The new CPT code set for physical therapy evaluation and reevaluation is generating higher payments.
Just what do you think you're doing?
Could return to physical activity within 1 week of concussion actually decrease the likelihood of persistent symptoms in the pediatric population?
More Americans are participating in sports, which means more Americans are getting injured.
What topped PT in Motion News in 2016?
December 27, 2016: Say what you will about 2016, but it's been a good year for Move Forward Radio, APTA's consumer-oriented podcast series from MoveForwardPT.com.
New York Times: Outpatient TKA debate is "as much about money as medicine."
resources that can help you understand and prepare for the big change in
CMS listened to APTA's advice on 2017 bundling programs rule.
Volleyball legend Gabby Reece talks rehab--without drugs--after TKA.