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Marko PT Sep 17
A new mandatory course at a top medical school teaches that pain control goes way beyond prescribing drugs. Patients could benefit from physical therapy, cognitive behavioral psychotherapy and exercise, like yoga.
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Danielle Mortorano PT, DPT, OCS Sep 16
More formal pain science education should be at the top of every clinician’s con Ed list.
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Agilus Health 10h
If you’ve tried to exercise and stopped because of pain, contact a physical therapist.
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Nicole Crisan Sep 15
This week in the clinic, I was able to perform my first and successful Eply maneuver on a Pt. Seeing the joy and the change that it made in her life reminded me of why I want to be a PT!
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Ariel Wynne 14h
Happy flash action day! As a fresh PT grad, I am urging and to support Senate Bill S.970 which would include PTs in the NHSC loan repayment program
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Justin Moore Sep 9
More than 4 million potential patients and providers will visit APTA’s consumer website this year to learn about physical therapy and use Find a PT! Today, APTA builds on our growing success with the transformation of Move Forward -> Choose PT! More big things ahead!
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PaigeEDD 7h
Please co-sponsor S 970/H.R. 2802 - add PT to NHSC & increase access to nonpharmacological treatment options.
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Emory & Henry DPT 15h
Emory and Henry PT students are taking part in the 's flash action today and tomorrow to help push for PT to be included in the NHSC Loan Repayment Program, to combat the opioid crisis! Who else is getting involved in the flash action? !
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The Therapy Network Sep 17
Ms. Goss was able to drive to Physical Therapy today for the first time since her accident in May!
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Allyson Cook-Lindsay Sep 11
When your patient has a name plate made for you.
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Justin Moore 13h
Another reason to move! to move towards better health
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Erin Wendel, APR 18h
Today is hosting a nationwide media tour w/ member spokeswoman Sarah Wenger, PT, DPT, to encourage patients to choose physical therapy for safe pain management.
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Maegan Herwald, PT, DPT 9h
Replying to @CraigMEdwards
As a DPT, I adamantly disagree with this. Pain is an experience, not a sensation. For a huge percentage of my patients, graded exposure to movement, even painful movement, is the ONLY way to desensitize the nervous system, especially for chronic conditions.
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Michael Gans Sep 16
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INAPTA Sep 17
Do you have a passion for working with patients or clients who are challenged with chronic pain? The INAPTA Task Force is for you! If you are interested in joining the Task Force, please contact Emily Slaven, PT, PhD at slavene@uindy.edu
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Towson Physical Therapy Sep 17
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Dr. Elizabeth Stroot, PT Sep 15
"Over any 3-month period about 25% of Americans will have low back pain. It is the top cause of disability around the world."
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Linds McAlonan,PT, DPT 10h
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Brook E. Spenner, OTR 14h
Thankful to network and learn with community leaders and organizations to discuss pain management options for patients.
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Matthew Hyland 15h
Loving this slide as Mandy Frohlich and Jason Bellamy engage our Business Partners in discussing our Centennial
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