Researchers are learning more about how the Zika virus affects both fetal and adult brains.
The Surgeon General has a message for physicians across the US - rethink the use of opioids.
IRFs can help very elderly patients poststroke, but are the patients staying long enough?
Could brain damage
poststroke be reversed with a combination of stem cells and a protein?
A US District Court judge tells CMS it needs to do a better job of education around Jimmo.
From TIME magazine: we need to be "insistent" on the use of physical therapy for pain management.
Video of a standout session from the 2016 NEXT Conference is now available--don't miss it.
Wii, PlayStation, XBox as rehab aids - what the studies say.
August, 2016 Good Stuff: PTs and the Olympics, PT wilderness rescue, helping in Nicaragua, and more.
A patient-centered outcomes institute continues to recognize the valuable role of physical therapy.
Could certain assistive technologies actually aid in neurological recovery?
APTA's at the table for discussions with a large UM vendor.
August 12, 2016: Fifteen seasoned physical therapy educators have deepened their knowledge and skills over the past year, thanks to the APTA Education Leadership Institute (ELI) Fellowship.
The New York Times: "Minorities tend
to receive less treatment for pain than whites, and suffer more disability as
Get APTA's summary of the final CMS rules on SNFs and IRFs.
A new study looks at which sports produce the most ED visits and inpatient admissions.
Business Insider reports on insurance companies that won't pay for nondrug approaches to pain treatment.
The latest Innovation 2.0 webinar is now available for download. Focus: transitions in care.
United Healthcare intends to fight the DOD's decision to reject its Tricare bid.
APTA has honored 2 US representatives for their work on locum tenens legislation.
A survey of spine surgeons reveals wide disagreement among how to treat LBP.