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Resources and Patient Care During COVID-19
How do I Write my Professional Signature? Supervision & Teamwork Models
  • Supervision and Teamwork Models
  • PTA Clinical Problem Solving Algorithm
  • PTA Direction and Supervision Algorithms - PT in Motion
  • Perspectives Article: The PT/PTA Relationship: Four Things You Want to Know (.pdf)
  • Use of Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) under Medicare
Proper Professional Signature Did you know there is  proper  way to sign you name to your physical therapy notes.  The Maryland State Licensing Board indictes that all therapists should use « PT » (unadulterated with academic degree) immediate

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APTA Members: Unless you have changed your default login information in your Profile, your username is your membership number and your last name is your password.*

Passwords cannot contain certain characters If your last name has an apostrophe or single quote, try entering your last name without that character and without a space (Correct: DiJarmon Incorrect: Di'Jarmon). Other characters not accepted in passwords are:

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  • Space
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