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Treating Infant Torticollis in Your Practice

There is evidence that suggests You should integrate a program for Infants with Congenital Muscular Torticollis in Your Physical Therapy Practice. In the October issue release of Pediatric Physical Therapy, evidence-based information was released that provided...

National Physical Therapy Month

Celebrate National Physical Therapy Month in October By Encouraging the Use of PT to Opioids for Chronic Pain Issues among Patients Each year – during the Month of October – physical therapists throughout the nation celebrate National Physical Therapy Month. This...

Treating Erectile Dysfunction in Your Physical Therapy Practice

Treating Patients with Pelvic Floor Regimens in your Physical Therapy Practice Can Assist Men with Erectile Dysfunction Nerve and muscular function are the basis to achieving and maintaining a healthy erection; therefore, by offering pelvic floor regimens in your...

Bundled Payments for Physical Therapy Practice

Bundled payments is a highly innovative payment model that is receiving an immense level of praise for controlling costs and optimizing patient outcomes. Learn how to make bundled payments work for your physical therapy practice and your patients. Making Bundled...

5 Things All Physical Therapists Should Know about Value-Based Care

Value-based care is a healthcare model where providers place a special emphasis on the health outcomes of their patients. In this brief guide, we will review what you should know – as a physical therapist – about this type of care. As physical therapists, we have an...

Expansion of Health Care Options for Veterans

Veterans Affairs Patients May Soon Receive Expansion of Health Care Options, But Without Health Net Federal According to recent announcements, the United States Congress is gearing towards an expansion of health care options for the nations’ Veterans; however, the...

Becoming a Physical Therapist

Becoming a physical therapist is challenging, yet highly rewarding career choice. You will have the chance to positively impact the psychological and physiological well-being of others. Physical therapists are a unique class of individuals that are highly educated in...

4 Simple Strategies to Succeed with a Value-Based Network

Physical therapists are now reaping rewards – in terms of profits and patient outcomes – by becoming involved in value-based network systems. Value-based networks offer care that acts as an alternative for the traditional fee-for-service reimbursement services. The...

Help Patients Overcome Low Back Pain

Combining Innovation and Direct Manipulation Help Patients Overcome Low Back Pain As a physical therapist, it is imperative to encourage patients to overcome low back pain through innovation and direct manipulation. In recent days, Good Morning America, WebMD, the...

Leg Pain After Exercising. How Physical Therapists Can Help Patients.

Your patients may complain of leg pain after exercising. Three most common causes of exercise-induced leg pain include stress fracture,  exertional compartment syndrome, and stress syndrome of the medial tibial. Here's what you can do to treat these ailments and stop...

Dry Needling in Physical Therapy Encouraged by Legislators

Physical therapist practitioners have a desire to expand their services to include a widely-popular pain alleviation technique that is currently limited to those that mainly practice acupuncture, dry needling. In recent months, those that specialize in physical...