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WCPT Congress Update...

WCPT Congress 2017 is fast approaching this article has the latest information you need to sign up and make the most of this superb event! Art and health competition launched! The WCPT is seeking outstanding pieces of artwork and [Read More...]

Preparing for the New CPT Codes (with Complexity Criteria...

With great power comes great responsibility. You’ve undoubtedly heard this phrase many times in the past, and there’s no better time than the present to take that wisdom to heart. After all, the new CPT codes for therapy evaluations and [Read More...]

International Work Opportunities with WCPT...

Are you looking for a way to get involved in the global physiotherapy profession?  What better place than to work with the World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) who currently have three vacancies available.  But be quick, [Read More...]

WCPT Diversity and Inclusion Art and Health Competition...

WCPT is pleased to announce the launch of its art and health competition.  The work of the finalists will be displayed in an art and health exhibition at the WCPT Congress 2017 in Cape Town next July.  The exhibition is always popular at [Read More...]

Here’s the Scoop on the New CPT Codes...

As we flip our calendars to December, healthcare practitioners have plenty of things to keep tabs on—and that includes the rollout of new CPT codes in the USA for therapy evaluations and re-evaluations on January 1, 2017. That’s right: on [Read More...]

Aquatic exercise for knee OA: beyond treating pain alone...

Knee Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis causes pain and decreased functional capacity and thus is a common reason for people to seek advice from physiotherapists. While characterized by the irreversible loss of articular cartilage from the [Read More...]

PhysioTools – Now available in 28 languages...

PhysioTools have added new languages to their range of exercises and the user interface. General Exercises has been translated into Turkish and Indonesian and you can now create exercise programs for your clients in these languages when [Read More...]

Looking Ahead to the Future of PT: Highlights from Ascend 2016...

During this year’s Ascend conference, the topic of payment reform—and healthcare reform in general—permeated nearly every presentation and discussion. After all, it’s completely redefining health care as we know it—and PTs, like their [Read More...]

ICRC runs advanced course on amputee rehabilitation...

At the beginning of September the ICRC ran an advanced course on amputee rehabilitation. The course was designed to develop practical skills on top of theoretical knowledge that had previously been acquired through qualifying education, [Read More...]

WCPT Update!...

Final call for abstracts Have you submitted your abstract? There are now less than three weeks left to the deadline submission of 31st October. Don't miss this unique opportunity to present your research and innovations to the world of [Read More...]

Demystifying Direct Access: How to Treat Medicare Patients...

In the PT world, there’s nothing straightforward about direct access law. After all, the rules vary from state to state—and even from payer to payer. But that doesn’t mean we should all throw our hands up into the air and refuse to accept [Read More...]

WCPT Congress...

Registration is open for WCPT Congress 2017 and they have an exciting programme ready to view. You have two and a half months left to save 20% on your registration fee to be a part of the world's largest gathering of physiotherapists. [Read More...]

Congratulations WebPT!...

Congratulations to long time Physiopedia partner WebPT, who has been ranked 1,445 on the 35th annual Inc. 5000, Inc. Magazine’s prestigious list of America's fastest-growing private companies. With a three-year growth rate of 265 percent, [Read More...]

An episode of pain or long term programmes – is it time to...

TV has shown how it’s not all about the big screen. The same goes for contemporary movement management: to think it’s all about a movement screen doesn’t really do justice to modern movement management systems. Here we take a brief look [Read More...]

Ditch Dependence on Docs: Why You Don’t Need Physician Referrals...

For a long time, getting more patients meant you had to get more physician referrals. That’s why, historically, PTs in the USA have put nearly all of their eggs in the referral basket—because it was the only basket we had. We relied almost [Read More...]

New from PhysioTools: Tape Yourself by John Langendoen and Karin...

This module will enable you to show your clients how they can tape themselves at home using these instructions. Taping can be used for various conditions such as pain and muscle soreness, muscle tension, bruising, swelling, strains and [Read More...]

Deep breath and off we go : start of IFOMPT 2016...

It is now half way through the first day of IFOMPT. After 4 years of planning, Chris Mercer took to the stage at 9AM to welcome delegates to Glasgow alongside Annalie Basson, Dr Chris McCarthy, Dr Emma Stokes and Mohammed Razaq. This [Read More...]

10 Simple Rules for PT Billing...

As a practicing physical therapist, you have a lot going on—everything from treating patients and tracking outcomes data to running a profitable business and collecting payment for your services. So, it’s no wonder you have less time than [Read More...]

NEW Kinetic Control Testing and Retraining Exercise Module now...

NEW Kinetic Control Testing and Retraining Exercise Module and suite of 21 exercise modules to develop bespoke retraining programmes for your patients and clients, including flexibility, orthopaedics, paediatrics, Yogafit and Pilates is [Read More...]

IFOMPT 2016 – One month to go!...

I can't believe that after so much planning and so much work from the Organising Committee and our partners MCI, IFOMPT2016 is almost upon us! This is the culmination of a huge amount of enthusiasm, vision and dedication from such a great [Read More...]