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Is Hotter Really Better?
by Dillon Stickle
Lately, it seems like everyone wants their exercise to be hot. Hot Pilates, hot lifting, hot spinning, and, easily the most popular currently, hot yoga (or Bikram). The more I read about it and the more good things I hear from friends and family, the Read More...
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AOTA Looks Ahead
by Jon Bassett
NASHVILLE -- During her Presidential Address at the American Occupational Therapy Association's 95 th Annual Conference & Expo, held April 16-18 in Nashville, AOTA President Virginia "Ginny" Stoffel, PhD, OT, BCMH, FAOTA, took stock of the current Read More...
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Early PT Cost-Effective for Low-Back Pain
by Brian Ferrie
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Alexandria, Va., issued a press release on April 9 detailing the results of a recent study published in the scientific journal BMC Health Services Research . The study demonstrated that early and guideline-adherent Read More...
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Cutting-Edge Collaboration
by Brian Ferrie
PHILADELPHIA -- When the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Annual Convention came to this country's birthplace last week, ADVANCE made sure to be on the scene. Held in conjunction with the 2015 Major League Soccer (MLS) draft, the Read More...
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APTA Applauds Groundbreaking AARP Action
by Brian Ferrie
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Alexandria, Va., issued a press release on Tuesday supporting a groundbreaking action taken last week by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). The APTA statement reads, in part: "On Dec. Read More...
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Errorless Learning for Memory Impairment
by Brian Ferrie
Post written by ADVANCE guest blogger Rachel Wynn, MS, CCC-SLP Let's start with a story that takes place in a SNF where I worked. The tight quarters of a small therapy gym and rehab wing allowed for easy co-treating and observation of my fellow therapists' Read More...
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An OT Goes to Atlanta
by Jon Bassett
There's an occupational therapist in Georgia who's running for a seat in the State Senate. Bikram Mohanty, OTR/L, who owns Innovative Rehab Solutions, with two outpatient clinics in Waycross and Valdosta, Ga., is the Democratic candidate for Georgia's Read More...
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Moving to a Master's?
by Jon Bassett
INDIANAPOLIS -- In December 2013, the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) released a white paper titled "Professional Education in Athletic Training," a 23-page document that examined the issue of moving the profession of athletic training from Read More...
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'The Power of the Human Spirit'
by Brian Ferrie
CHARLOTTE, NC -- Jimmy Fallon isn't down here for the APTA's 2014 NEXT Conference and Exposition, but he was about the only thing missing from the "Tonight Show"-style opening event last night. APTA CFO Rob Batarla served as master of ceremonies, with Read More...
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What's NEXT? The 2014 APTA Annual Conference
by Brian Ferrie
The American Physical Therapy Association's yearly summertime showcase is celebrating significant changes in 2014. Traditionally known as the "APTA Annual Conference & Exposition," it has been rebranded as "NEXT." In addition, this year's event will Read More...
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A Charming Good Time
by Danielle Bullen
It's that time of year again! From April 3-6, over 5,000 OTs, OTAs and OT students will descend on Baltimore for the 94th AOTA Annual Conference and Expo . "Charm City" promises to be a gracious host for those rehab professionals. After a day of intense Read More...
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Gutsy Openmindedness
by Danielle Bullen
LAS VEGAS, NV--One of the highlights every year at the Combined Sections Meeting is the Pauline Cerasoli lecture. Named in honor of Cerasoli, a highly respected physical therapist who suffered a brutal attack at the 1996 meeting, the lectureship is awarded Read More...
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Land and Sea
by Danielle Bullen
The mechanics of running, swimming and cycling and the injuries sustained from each sport were the focuses of today's Combined Sections Meeting talk, "Tuning Up the Triathlete." Speakers were Janice Loudon, PT, PhD, ATC, CSCS, Shefali Christopher, PT, Read More...
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Cancer Crusaders
by Danielle Bullen
LAS VEGAS, NV--"Physical therapy has positive effects for children with leukemia in many areas," says Kristin Brown, PT, MS, DDT, PCS, Hasbro Children's Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. That was the main takeaway at this morning's Combined Sections Read More...
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What is Physical Therapy’s Value Proposition?
by Danielle Bullen
LAS VEGAS, NV--Each year at CSM, the Linda Crane Lecture acknowledges an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the field of physical therapy. This year, that honor went to Dianne Jewell, PT, DPT, PhD, a 25-year veteran of the profession, Read More...
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