Stay on top of developments in PT practice: APTA staff experts on new learning opportunities, the latest clinical practice guidelines available, and exactly what’s meant by the term “digital health.” Also, the importance of taking care of yourself.
Hear what APTA President Roger Herr, PT, MPA, has to say about where the profession is, and what it will take to pursue our full potential.
A former newscaster trades the thrill of chasing down a story for the higher satisfaction of improving patients’ lives.
APTA staff experts provide insight on what’s happening, and what’s to come.
A home visit to a patient with an intriguing background leads a PT back to the profession.
A PT student understands that helping a patient is more than furnishing billable service units.
Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes play an important role in describing services and procedures performed by health care providers and ultimately in the payment for those services. This podcast reveals the role that APTA member volunteers play as advisors in the CPT and The Relative Value Scale Update Committee (RUC) process.
Physical therapists working with people with long COVID should measure and validate the patient’s experience.
PTJ walks you through the complexities around multiparticipant therapy provision in SNFs.
Actions both small and heroic as a “yellow jacket” in an NYU summer program prompted a career in physical therapy. By: Gary Krasilovsky, PT, PhD
This updated Integrated Framework for making clinical decisions responds to changes in evidence, policy, and practice.
In this discussion, a panel of physical therapists on the front lines of shaping clinical practice share their plans for creating knowledge translation tools for the Parkinson CPG and their goals for implementation into practice, and more.
This learning health system can serve as a blueprint for physical therapists to make optimal use of routinely collected clinical data for improving care for patients with a variety of conditions.
A light came on not only in a dark hospital basement but in a future PT’s head that this was her ideal career. By Linda Pillow, PT
A PT recalls overcoming her own obstacles to become a board-certified orthopaedic clinical specialist and help others reach their goals. By Natalie Snyder, PT, DPT
A light came on not only in a dark hospital basement but in a future PT’s head that this was her ideal career.
Janet R Bezner, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, discusses simple, actionable items related to your personal and professional well-being as a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant.
The future of health care professional education is moving from a focus on the individual to embrace the health of the larger society. Read the PTJ article