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Best Practices for Networking During a Pandemic

April 7th, 2020
By: Content Staff

For physical therapists, networking has long been a key to finding employment and building a client base, but with the coronavirus pandemic raging, group gatherings, eating out and handshakes are strictly verboten.


Coronavirus Puts Spotlight on Infection Control at Facilities for Seniors

March 18th, 2020
By: Content Staff

The deaths of at least 18 patients at a nursing home in Kirkland, Wash., have illustrated the devastating toll the coronavirus can take on the elderly, raising questions about the safety of seniors at nursing homes, assisted-living fa...

Research Suggests Yoga, Tai Chi Can Help with Lower Back Pain

March 3rd, 2020
By: Content Staff

For patients dealing with chronic lower back pain, traditional remedies include physical therapy, medication, surgery, and applying hot or cold compresses. But a growing body of research suggests that yoga and tai chi also can be bene...

Using Predictive Analytics to Improve PT Outcomes, Lower Costs

February 18th, 2020
By: Content Staff

Executives at health-care payers and providers are betting big on the power of predictive analytics to decrease health-care costs and increase patient satisfaction. According to a 2019 survey conducted by the Society of Actuaries, 60 ...

Study Finds New PTs Owe Twice Their Salary in Student Loans

February 4th, 2020
By: Content Staff

Entry-level physical therapists typically owe about twice as much in student loans as they make in a year on the job, a higher debt-to-income ratio than new family-medicine doctors and veterinarians, according to a small survey of Flo...

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