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APTA Leads Celebration of National PT Month

Community outreach, opioid awareness on the docket this month October is National Physical Therapy Month, and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has spearheaded a month-long celebration of the profession…

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Easing the Pain, Slowing the Progress

How Physical Therapy and Massage disciplines can help provide needed relief to patients with cancer This year, some 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United…

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Expanding Your Practice

Make no mistake: The outpatient rehabilitation industry is at war. Things are happening in the rehabilitation industry that will change the face of it forever. And it’s important for the…

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Advances in Female ACL Injury Recovery

With females at greater risk of the injury, how effective are prevention methods? For years, the three most dreaded letters in sports were “A-C-L.” Once simply known as ‘tearing up…

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A Preventable Tragedy: Suicide

Understanding the Final Loss of Self Identifying the Vulnerable and Those Most at Risk A well-known fashion icon takes her life, in the quiet and solitude of her New York…

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Helping Hands

A history of hand therapy and how you can become the next CHT in your community While hand therapist sounds like a particularly narrow area of expertise, over time the…

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De-clutter Your Workspace!

OTs are notorious pack rats We are two weeks into the New Year. When the calendar rolls over, many people make resolutions. We all know the standard resolutions: lose weight,…

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Biannual Medication Review for Long-Term Care Patients:

The importance of eliminating UNNECESSARY medications. Once put on certain medications in nursing homes patients often stay on them indefinitely. Examples are drugs like cholinesterase inhibitors that are designed to…

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Monitoring Medications in Aging Patients

As doctor’s visits increase, so does the possibility of medicinal interactions While doctors and nurses are experts on determining the proper medications to treat a patient’s ailments, they can only…

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Facts, Myths, and More on Autism

Increase your knowledge during Autism Awareness Month For almost 50 years, the Autism Society has celebrated Autism Awareness Month each April in hopes of increasing knowledge, education, and further research…

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CDC Releases New Pediatric TBI Guidelines

New recommendations to aid in diagnosis and treatment The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new clinical recommendations for healthcare providers treating children with mild traumatic brain injury…

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Cupping as a Modality

Following the 2016 Summer Olympics, myofascial decompression is all the rage Many stayed up late watching the nonstop coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. We heard…

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Building a Case

Growing evidence supports massage therapy for relief of chronic pain A recent ADVANCE article discussed the work of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) in lauding the benefits of massage…

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Massage Therapy for Elite Athletes

Why more and more sports stars are turning to massage for its recuperative powers In Western culture, we typically relate the art of massage to relaxation—the image of people on…

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Easing the Pain, Slowing the Progress

How Physical Therapy and Massage disciplines can help provide needed relief to patients with cancer This year, some 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United…

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2018 Scrub Survey

We want your help designing scrub apparel that you actually want to wear! Thank you for your interest in participating in the 2018 Scrub Survey! If…

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