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APTAAmerican Public Transportation Association (formerly the American Public Transit Association)
APTAAmerican Physical Therapy Association
APTAAsia Pacific Trade Agreement (formerly Bangkok Agreement)
APTAAmerican Public Transit Association (now the American Public Transportation Association)
APTAAgência Paulista de Tecnologia dos Agronegócios
APTAAsia Pacific Tourism Association
APTAAmerican Polarity Therapy Association
APTAAtlantic Provinces Trucking Association
APTAAssociation for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa
APTAAssociation for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities
APTAAmerican Platform Tennis Association
APTAAssociation de Prévention des Traumatismes Auditifs
APTAAlabama Physical Therapy Association
APTAAjax Pickering Transit Authority
APTAAlberta Play Therapy Association
APTAAssociação para Prevenção e Tratamento da Aids e Saúde Preventiva
APTAAutomated Patrol Telescopes Australia
APTAAssociation of Private Tourism Agencies
APTAAll Purpose Training Aid
APTAAdvanced Paperless Technology Associates
APTA(3-acrylamidopropyl)trimethylammonium
APTAAptitude Area
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Although the American Physical Therapy Association has broadened the formal definition, it was historically understood that work hardening addressed physical, functional, behavioral and vocational needs within a multidisciplinary model.
American Physical Therapy Association, Pediatric Section Health Promotion Task Force Guidelines Manuscript.
Appendices reprint documents from the American Physical Therapy Association on ethical conduct, minimum required skills, values-based behavior, and professionalism.
To help you avoid the pitfalls, Consumer Reports talked with experts at the American Physical Therapy Association to come up with these five recommendations:
The Physical Therapist Clinical Performance Instrument for Students of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Department of Physical Therapy Education (June 2006) was the tool used to assess the patient management skills of the PT interns during their clinical rotations.
According to American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) staff member Justin Moore, that credit belongs to one of our policy analysis consultants who commented one day about our enviable ability to present a prima fascie defense of our impact to legislators, regulators, and payers.
Low back pain clinicalpractice guidelines linked to the International Classificationof Functioning Disability and Health from the OrthopaedicSection of the American Physical Therapy Association. TheJournal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 2012Apr;42(4):A1-A5712.
Gallagher also recommends the web as a resource, noting that the American Physical Therapy Association (www.apta.org) lists PTs by region and that IADMS can help you find a dance medicine specialist in your area (www.iadms.org).
This edition has new chapters on related reimbursement issues and the impact of the World Health Organization's International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health on documentation and reimbursement; expanded coverage of electronic documentation; updated terminology that incorporates recent guidelines from the American Physical Therapy Association's Guide to Physical Therapy Practice; and updated reimbursement requirements, standards of care, and coding regulations.
I am grateful to my American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) "family" that has supported and encouraged me over the years and want to share some great news--I just celebrated my son Patrick's graduation from high school!
Both the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) have spoken out strongly on the vague definitions of therapies within specific situations, including long-term and post-acute care.
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