Abstract Of The WEEK

To submit an "Abstract Of The Week" to the NPTA, please click here to fill out the form. If selected, your entry will be pubished on the NPTA blog. 

Many more abstracts can be found at PubMed or by clicking here. 

Blog

Support PT Research by Donating to the Foundation Today

On Giving Tuesday and beyond, remember the Nebraska Foundation for Physical Therapy with an online gift.

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High Intensity Exercise for Walking Competency in Individuals with Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Abstract of the Week: November 25, 2019 The Push for Intensity

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We Need Your Help: please share patient stories about negative consequences due to prior auth

We need your help! It's time to alert the public about the effect that the prior auth process. Were asking for personal stories about patients that had negative consequences because of the prior authorization process.

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Effect of high-intensity exercise on cardiorespiratory fitness in stroke survivors: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Abstract of the Week: November 18, 2019 The Push for Intensity

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High-Intensity Variable Stepping Training in Patients with Motor Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: A Case Series

Abstract of the Week: November 12, 2019 The Push for Intensity

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Contributions of Stepping Intensity and Variability to Mobility in Individuals Poststroke.

Abstract of the Week: November 4, 2019 The Push for Intensity

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Functional performance 6 months after ACL reconstruction can predict return to participation in the same preinjury activity level 12 and 24 months after surgery.

Abstract of the Week: October 7, 2019 Clinical Application of Return to Sport Testing

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APTA LAUNCHES One by One Membership Campaign

The APTA is offering incentives to members who help with recruiting now through Sept 2020.

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The Association Between Passing Return-to-Sport Criteria and Second Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Risk: A Systemic Review with Meta-analysis

Abstract of the Week: October 1, 2019 Clinical Application of Return to Sport Testing

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Public Hearing for PT Regulations is set for Oct 7

Public hearing on proposed changes to the rules and regulations governing the practice of physical therapy in Nebraska. The proposed changes mainly clean up the language of the document BUT it also includes new rules/regulations regarding dry needling.

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