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Levels of Patient Access to Physical Therapists Services in the U.S.

“Although all 50 states, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands all enjoy a form of direct access to physical therapist services, provisions and limitations vary among jurisdictions. This map and theContinue reading

New law reduces barriers to athletic trainers

“After several years of collaborative work with members of Congress, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) announced Friday that the Sports Medicine Licensure Clarity Act was signed into law.” Read more: NewContinue reading

Exciting News About AASPT Special Interest Groups

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This is to update you on some positive changes the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy (AASPT) has made with the organization of Special Interest Groups (SIGs).

U.S. hospitals less capable of providing acute care to kids

Urgent care for children is getting harder to find. A study from 2008-2016 shows hospitals are transferring children as they lack both the resources and specialists to treat many casesContinue reading

Kenya's Peres Jepchirchir breaks own world record at World Athletics Half Marathon Championships
https://edition.cnn.com/2020/10/17/sport/peres-jepchirchir-half-marathon-world-record-spt-intl/index.html

Check out our interactive online Youth Sports: Special Considerations course, designed to enhance knowledge of both acute and overuse injuries of young athletes.
This course is a great way to further your #sportsmed knowledge while staying safe at home!
http://tinyurl.com/youth-sports

It's #StaffAppreciationSaturday!

Brandon Ness is currently serving as a full-time faculty member with the University of South Dakota Physical Therapy program. His primary teaching areas include musculoskeletal physical therapy and diagnostic imaging. Br… https://instagr.am/p/CGcn22vAIlG/

Looking forward to this conference with @race_medicine, the online format makes it easy to attend!
https://racemedicine.org/publication-resources/webinar2020/

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It's #StaffAppreciationSaturday!

Brandon Ness is currently serving as a full-time faculty member with the University of South Dakota Physical Therapy program. His primary teaching areas include musculoskeletal physical therapy and diagnostic imaging. Brandon received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the Mayo School of Health Sciences. He completed an APTA credentialed residency program in sports physical therapy, and obtained his board certification as a Sports Clinical Specialist. He currently serves as a physical therapist for the University of South Dakota Division I student-athletes. Brandon has research interests including athletic injury prevention and rehabilitation.

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