Physical Therapy vs. Chiropractic

physical therapy vs. chiropractic

If you are wondering whether physical therapy or chiropractic is right for you, we can help you decide which may be better. In terms of education, clinicians of both have similar requirements for their respective fields. Both also need to pass a board or licensing exam. Both physical therapists and chiropractors can help patients who are…

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PDPM and Physical Therapy

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The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rolled out a new reimbursement model for patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF). Effective October 2019 the new model called Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) replaced the Resources Utilization Group (RUG) Model. Both models require physical therapists to evaluate patients and classify them. In the RUG model, reimbursement…

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Why Physical Therapy as a Career

Do you want to pursue a career where you can help people? If so, physical therapy might be right for you. Physical therapists help patients regain movement, recover from injuries and surgeries and prevent future injuries. Learn why physical therapy is important. Here are 3 reasons why you should choose physical therapy as a career:…

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Why is Physical Therapy is Important

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Physical therapy helps individuals recover from illnesses, injuries and medical conditions allowing them to move and function. A physical therapist creates a personalized treatment plan as per the needs of the patient. Such a plan can help individuals return to their prior level of functioning and also help promote independence. Learn what physical therapy is…

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