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Hand and Wrist Physical Therapy Specialty

Hand and Wrist Physical Therapy Specialty

As a physical therapist, your primary goal is to maximize the quality of life of the individuals that you work with. Your career is highly varied. You will work with patients of all ages and with all types of abilities and issues. You are likely to work in a variety...

Fitness and Wellness Physical Therapy

Fitness and Wellness Physical Therapy

As a physical therapist, you may choose from numerous different specialties. One specialty that is quickly increasing in popularity is fitness and wellness. As a fitness and wellness physical therapist, you will focus on assisting your clients boost their overall...

Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy

Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy

Disorders associated with the cardiopulmonary system are commonly experienced by adults. If you are a physical therapist that has an interest in disorders of the heart and the lungs, you should consider working in the specialty of cardiopulmonary physical therapy. You...

Aquatic Physical Therapy Rehabilitation

Aquatic Physical Therapy Rehabilitation

All physical therapists have one thing in common; that is, to enhance the quality of life of each individual that they work with. If you are reading this, chances are, you have worked with individuals of all ages, each with their own unique set of abilities. You have...

10 Biggest Trends in Physical Therapy in 2020

10 Biggest Trends in Physical Therapy in 2020

2020 has proven to be quite a roller coaster of vast and massive changes in the physical therapy industry, as well as the healthcare industry – as a whole. Though the year is not quite over, physical therapists have had to quickly adapt to a multitude of changes....

How to Educate Your Physical Therapy Patients

How to Educate Your Physical Therapy Patients

As physical therapists, we are trained to engage in highly comprehensive physical examinations of each and every single patient that we work with. We evaluate their strength, their range of motion, the gait, their coordination levels, posture, symmetry, and a wide...

Sports Rehabilitation as a Physical Therapy Specialty

Sports Rehabilitation as a Physical Therapy Specialty

Sports Rehabilitation is important to today's athlete. The physical-based demands of sports can be destructive to the muscular system, the skeletal system, and the body’s neural system. Most athletes are trained to play through the pain. This is made possible by the...

How to Incorporate Nutrition into Patient Treatments

How to Incorporate Nutrition into Patient Treatments

As a physical therapist, optimal patient function and their successful recovery are two of the most important aspects of the treatments that you provide. In order to help patients reach these two outcomes, you must consider all of the various contributors that play a...

Physical Therapy Amputee Specialization

Physical Therapy Amputee Specialization

If you have a desire to offer assistance to patients that have been directly impacted by limb loss, you should elect to become involved in the specialization of physical therapy for amputees. In this profession, you are more than just a therapist. You are a beacon of...

CPTN Announces RoMoRA

CPTN Announces RoMoRA

Colorado Physical Therapy Network Announces Rocky Mountain Rehab Alliance (RoMoRA) to Streamline Payor Relationships to Ensure Patient Care is Priority We here at Colorado Physical Therapy Network know and understand the importance of placing patient care first as a...