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Preventive Physical Therapy – What is it and Who Benefits from it?

Preventive Physical Therapy – What is it and Who Benefits from it?

Preventive physical therapy is exactly what it sounds like – a type of physical therapy that is offered to patients as a means of preventing injuries and pain. If you are a physical therapist, you may consider specializing in this type of therapy. It works by helping...

Physical Therapy Found to Benefit Individuals with Long COVID

Physical Therapy Found to Benefit Individuals with Long COVID

Once being infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, or COVID, most individuals will start to fully recover within a few days up to a few weeks. Then, there are those that experience symptoms of the virus for weeks, months, or years after being diagnosed. Even people who...

How to Successfully Generate Leads as a Physical Therapist

How to Successfully Generate Leads as a Physical Therapist

As a physical therapist, your time and your expertise are best spent placing a focus on the care of each patient that you serve so that they may experience optimal outcomes, in terms of their health. Ensuring that your time and efforts boost the health-related...

Wound Care Physical Therapy Specialty

Wound Care Physical Therapy Specialty

If you have an interest in the wound care physical therapy specialty, you will be pleased to know that this is now possible. You may – officially – obtain board-certification as a wound management clinical specialist. In the year of 2019, the House of Delegates with...

How to Go from Good to Great as a Physical Therapist

How to Go from Good to Great as a Physical Therapist

As a physical therapist, you are a healthcare professional that works directly with a variety of patients to aid in improving their physical functioning and their overall mobility. It is your job to assist patients that have injuries, illnesses, and an assortment of...

The Benefits of Physical Therapy for Children

The Benefits of Physical Therapy for Children

As a physical therapist, you know and understand that there are many specialties in your field. Popular ones include Geriatric Clinical Specialist, Orthopedic Specialist, and Neurological Clinical Specialist. Did you know, though, that you can choose to become a...

Physical Therapy Marketing Strategies

Physical Therapy Marketing Strategies

As a professional within the physical therapy industry, your time and your expertise are best spent focusing on the treatment and overall care of your patients to ensure optimal outcomes. While your time and efforts boost the outcomes that your patients experience, it...

Physical Therapy Continuing Education

Physical Therapy Continuing Education

If you are a practicing PT within the State of Colorado, it is imperative that you learn as much as you are able to regarding continuing education and the requirements of the state so that you do not experience any lapses in your licensure. In this brief guide, we...

Wound Care Guide for Physical Therapists

Wound Care Guide for Physical Therapists

As a physical therapist, you have the skills and knowledge to assist your patients with wound care. You even have the option of becoming a board-certified management clinical specialist. It has been estimated that wounds negatively impact over 1 million individuals...

Pelvic Health & Obstetrics Physical Therapy

Pelvic Health & Obstetrics Physical Therapy

If you are a physical therapist that has a passion pertaining to pelvic health & obstetrics, you will be pleased to know that you may now specialize in obstetrics or pelvic health physical therapy. These are identified as “CAPP-Pelvic” and “CAPP-OB”, respectively....

Women’s Certified Specialist (WCS)

Women’s Certified Specialist (WCS)

A women’s certified specialist or “WCS” is a specialist that demonstrates an extremely advanced level of knowledge in clinical science, foundational science, client management, behavioral science, and practice management within the area of physical therapy for women....

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