Physical Therapy Assistant Guide

Welcome to the PTA Guide, a physical therapy assistant education & career resource. We have everything you need to become a licensed PTA in your state. A few of the helpful things that you'll find here are information resources by state such as tools and info on PTA Schools, PTA license requirements, PTA Jobs, PTA salary data for states & major cities.
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The Future of Physical Therapy: Brain Stimulation & Computer Modeled PT Regimens

It has been said that the future of physical therapy is here and that it requires strong therapist/patient relationships and great communication. Although this is true, there are also technological advances in physical therapy that further support the notion that the future is here. We've talked about physical therapy for stroke patients before. According the the Center for Disease Control ... READ MORE

Physical therapist assistant treats Parkinson’s patients with boxing program

Photo by Keith Ellwood Muhammad Ali was no doubt a great man. His fights inside the ring, and outside the ring battling civil rights, were truly inspiring. His fight with Parkinson's disease was also inspiring, and it did not go unnoticed. Today, over 90 facilities across the United States are treating Parkinson's patients with a boxing physical therapy program called "Rock Steady ... READ MORE

Affordable Rehabilitation Robots for Physical Therapy

Rehabilitation Robots for physical therapy are being produced and tested and there are scientific studies being performed on robot assisted therapy in stroke rehabilitation. One day the hope is that these rehabilitation robots will be affordable for consumers and play a significant role in aiding patients with recovery from non-traumatic brain injuries anywhere in the world regardless of the ... READ MORE

Stroke Patients Without Funding Receive Free Therapy from PT Students, a Win-Win in PT

It is common for people who experience a stroke to go through physical therapy afterwards to regain functions that may have been lost or damaged during the stroke. A new program in New Orleans at the LSU Health Sciences Center is designed to help stroke victims who can't pay for physical therapy get physical therapy for free. The program works by pairing stroke victims with physical therapy ... READ MORE