What does PT stand for?
PT stands for Physical Therapist
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The Five Star Physical Therapist award is designed to recognize outstanding physical therapists that demonstrate professional excellence, are respected by their peers, and provide exceptional patient care.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS work under the direction of licensed physical therapists, helping patients with medical problems or health-related conditions like injuries, illnesses and surgeries.
Allowing patients to have direct access to physical therapist services in hospital-based outpatient settings has become a priority for many physical therapists.
According to Rappaport, about 80 percent of the clientele who visit a doctor or physical therapist at Synergy follow up by using a personal trainer after completing physical therapy.
Some older adults have a fear of falling," says Pittsburgh balance researcher and physical therapist Patrick Sparto.
Strength Band Training is co-authored by sports and orthopedic physical therapist Phillip Page (Manager of Clinical education and research for Thera-Band Products) and licensed physical therapist Todd Ellenbecker (Clinic Director at the Physiotherapy Associates Scottsdale Sport Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, and who draws upon his 18 years of professional experience as a sports clinical specialist and an orthopedic clinical specialist) and offer health and enthusiasts more than one hundred physical exercises employing resistive bands and tubing.
It's the one with the best work habits to nurture their gift," notes Peter Marshall, company physical therapist for American Ballet Theatre.
On the sixth day, an interdisciplinary team that included a nurse and a physical therapist met to discuss the resident's plan of care.