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Upcoming Webinar | New Evaluation Codes - Are You Ready?

On January 1, 2017 all physical therapists will encounter three new evaluation codes and a new reevaluation code.  Are you ready?

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Self-Reported Vital Sign Assessment in Physical Therapy

Your participation is requested in a research project to assess the use of vital signs in Physical Therapy Practice!

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CGBA Presentation from the 2016 ALAPTA Fall Conference

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  • Health Services Corps Legislation Could Lead to Loan Repayment Options for PTs

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  • Startup of Cardiac Bundling Program, CJR Expansion, Delayed Until at Least October 1

    HHS says the new cardiac bundle program is on hold.

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  • Foundation Announces 2017 Award Recipients

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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.

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  • Move Forward Radio: Life With Cerebral Palsy and Chronic Pain

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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.

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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

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

    APTA weighs in for patient access.

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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?

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    Manual therapy as effective as surgery for CTS--and sometimes, it's even better.

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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 therapist (PT) or physical therapist assistant (PTA) to stay true to professional ethics.

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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. It serves as a resource for PTs, providers, payers, and policymakers thinking about the future of treatment.

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  • The Latest at PTJ: New Technology, New Access, and a Packed Issue

    The latest from PTJ.

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  • Interactive Map From CMS Lays Out PT and OT Market Saturation

    CMS just produced a "market saturation" map that includes PTs.

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