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    • 17 MAR 17
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    Help APTA Get to 100,000 Members!

    APTA is only 2,000 members away from 100,000 members – APTA will be an even stronger voice for advocating for physical therapy once they are 100,000 strong! We all know that chapter membership is one of the greatest benefits of APTA membership, so we hope you’ll consider reaching out to encourage a friend, colleague, or

    • 09 MAR 17
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    APTA Joins OT and SLP Groups to Provide Input on Future Health Care Legislation

    As the debate about the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its replacement—if any—begins to take center stage in Washington, APTA and 2 other therapy organizations have joined together to urge the Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to focus on access to “affordable, high-quality, and patient-centered health

    • 24 FEB 17
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    From PT in Motion: The Role of PTs and PTAs in Healthy Aging

    Unlike R-rated movie admission, voting, and senior discounts at restaurants, the aging process isn’t something that happens after you reach a magic-number birthday. It begins the moment you do. Or as Mindy Renfro, PT, PhD, puts it: “Children, 20 year olds, 50 year olds—everyone’s aging. There’s no way around it.” The key, of course, is

    • 17 FEB 17
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    Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry Open for Business, Ready to Make History

    After several years of careful development, APTA has launched what it predicts will be a new chapter in the history of the physical therapy profession: the Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry (Registry). The project aims to build an extensive nationwide repository of patient and practice data that APTA Chief Executive Officer Justin Moore, PT, DPT, describes