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Dancing, sports share common ground

Footwork, tempo, rhythm, pivot, crossover. That terminology turns up regularly in sports practice. Or was it dance rehearsal? The disciplines of sports and dancing share more than language, experts say. Each activity can benefit participants in the other field, and some...

source: By Bob Kowalski
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Looking down or slouching for long periods of time — such as while on a cell phone — can not only cause chronic pain in the back, neck and knees, but it can lead to more serious health issues like circulation problems,...

source: Physical Therapy Products

The idea of implementing telehealth into physical therapy practice can be somewhat intimidating. Between the state-specific laws and requirements, the concerns about licensure, and the learning curve involved with using technology to deliver remote care, simply getting...

source: PPS Impact

On this week’s episode, Seth Peterson, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT, joins Mark to discuss why and how Seth started his one-on-one, private practice clinic, The Motive Physical Therapy Specialists in Oro Valley, Arizona. Seth discusses what led him to opening his clinic,...

source: Evidence in Motion

In healthcare, “person centeredness” is a valued (though nebulous) concept. In physical therapy, clinical interactions often strive to be person-centered, for example, by focusing on participation and valuing patient empowerment....

source: Physical Therapy Journal

When Scott Capozza received a stage 2 testicular cancer diagnosis during his last year of physical therapy school, he underwent surgery and two rounds of chemotherapy, then wanted to put cancer behind him for good. He worked as a physical...

source: Cure Today

You may be thinking that value-based payment may never happen, or that PTs do not need to worry about these changes. But we do. The drive to become more efficient in health care while achieving good outcomes for patients is going to continue. Yes, there has been a slowdown...

source: PT In Motion


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