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This day is an important time to recognize those who work hard and put in extreme efforts at their job. Whether you work hard in an office, are at the front line in the medical field, or anywhere in between,...
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The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are over and it’s time for the athletes to make their way back home. Olympic athletes go through a lot of training to get to where they are, and sometimes injuries occur. With all sports comes...
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It’s the hottest month of summer and swimming is becoming a more convenient way to stay cool. With a pool only open during the summer or open year-round, aquatic exercise can be beneficial to recovery. Here are some fun ways...
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The Allied Health Workforce Diversity Act provides grant funding for occupational health education programs. With the support of this reintroduced Act, the PT and PTA industries can become more diverse....
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It's time we leave our homes of isolation and return back to the workplace. Avoid further injury with these helpful tips....
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May 24th is National Scavenger Hunt Day and our National DefinedPT Network encourages you and your team to get up, stretch, and have some fun! Workers’ Compensation Claims handling can be a stressful job. Teams of case managers, medical providers,...
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The National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference is back in person - Las Vegas, Nevada October 20-22. It would be exciting to see you there! Presented by Risk & Insurance, this year’s event offers meaningful continuing education credits (CEU’s) for...
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With the weather getting warmer, it is essential for recovery to stretch and move as pain may increase as outdoor temperatures rise. Gardening activities are a great way to transfer clinic-based physical therapy concepts into daily physical activities at home....
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Even after testing negative, many patients are reporting chronic COVID symptoms. Is physical therapy a key to improving patient recovery?...
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The bright side of 2021 - Despite the struggles, the pandemic has been a catalyst for positive changes in the way we live, work, and learn....
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