Online Parkinson Disease Courses Available From APTA's Learning Center

August 2012
Physical Therapy;Aug2012 PT in Motion, p12
Academic Journal
The article offers a list of online courses on Parkinson Disease available on American Physical Therapy Association's (APTA) learning center, including "Evidence-based Physical Therapy Intervention for Persons with Parkinson disease," "Understanding Parkinson disease and the Growth of Physical Therapy as a Viable Treatment Option" and "Understanding the Impact of Exercise on the Brain and Choosing Outcome Measures to Capture Change Following Exercise."


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