A physical therapist known to two kids only as “the Exercise Lady” helped both them and their family in a time of need. Pat McAdoo, PT
It wasn’t until she saw patients with the same rare condition that a PT realized what had been plaguing her own body for years.
Every patient is a one in a million. By Kathleen Wild PT, DPT.
A PT reflects on opening a clinic in an underserved neighborhood. https://www.apta.org/apta-magazine/2021/06/01/apta-magazine-june-2021/i-see-me-in-you
A hospital PT finds meaning in a visit with a patient with COVID-19. Read the article at: https://www.apta.org/apta-magazine/2021/05/01/apta-magazine-may-2021/a-brief-but-meaningful-encounter
Reminiscences of a PT and mother. By Yaffa Liebermann, PT
Physical therapy has an important role in addressing the challenges of a devastating disease.
Many life experiences led to work at a pro bono clinic.
Physical therapy can help heal emotional wounds, too.
The power of teamwork, dramatically illustrated.
Serving patients where they live, through a different practice model. By Mollie Hope, PT, DPT.
As we move through life, we are confronted by moments, unexpected and unplanned, that can change us forever, if only we allow them to do so. By Ann W. Jackson, PT, DPT, MPH
For PTs and PTAs, the two never have been more closely intertwined. By Carrie Hall, PT, MHS
The journey of a PT/anthropologist. By Mark G. Sala, PT, DPT, MA
A PT with scoliosis helps others with the condition. By April Gerard, PT
Employing contemporary theories of neurorehabilitation and neuroplasticity to enhance children’s lives. By Sara Kerrick, PT
A program plays a key “roll” in altering perceptions. By Cathy Carver, PT
Self-reflection makes a path clear. By Sharna Prasad, PT, DPT
Thoughts on a presidential address. By Katie Borgelt, PT, DPT
A travel writer’s journey leads to a career in physical therapy. By Rachel Tavel, PT, DPT