Update on Physical Therapy newsletter by WPI Communications, Inc.

Professional Physical Therapist Marketing with Update on Physical Therapy

Consistent new patient referrals are critical to your physical therapy practice. But if you are going to reap the rewards, you have to reach out regularly to orthopedists, athletic trainers, family physicians, occupational health specialists, sports medicine specialists, podiatrists, pediatricians and other health care providers. 

With Update on Physical Therapy, you can do just that. This impressive four-page, four-color quarterly newsletter is printed on high-quality paper. Each issue features concise summaries of the latest research findings in physical therapy.

Physical therapist referral newsletter marketing with Update on Physical Therapy will help your local health care providers stay current on major developments in your field. As they do, they will think of you. And they will remember your practice when it is time to make a patient referral. 

Recent physical therapist referral newsletter articles include

  • A Long-Term Follow-Up of Achilles Tendinopathy
  • Knee Extensor Strength Predictive of Function After Total Hip Replacement
  • Physical Activity and Diet: Best Combination for OA
  • Nonsurgical Treatment for Acetabular Labrum Tears
  • Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy and Exercise Effective for Plantar Heel Pain
  • Hip Abductors Play Important Role After Total Knee Arthroplasty
  • Predictors of Surgical vs Nonsurgical Treatment for Adhesive Capsulitis
  • Exercise and Cancer-Related Fatigue
  • Short-Term Progressive Exercise Program Improves Knee Function Following ACL Injury
  • Progressive Resistance Training Improves Function in Older Adults
  • Hip-strengthening Exercises Helpful for Patellofemoral Pain
  • Isolated Eccentric Wrist Extensor Training Beneficial for Tennis Elbow
  • Subacromial Impingement and Muscle Activation Patterns
  • Plyometric Training Following Acute Ankle Sprain
  • Swiss Ball Exercises Target Different Core Muscles
  • Manipulation vs Mobilization for Recent Neck Pain
  • Timeline for Sports Return Following ACL Reconstruction
  • Real-time Visual Feedback and Running Injuries
  • Neuromuscular Training Improves Dynamic Stability in Young Female Athletes
  • Ankle Power Training Improves Movement Time in Older Persons

Update on Physical Therapy is edited by Deborah A. Nawoczenski, PT, Ph.D., Professor of Physical Therapy at Ithaca College–Rochester Campus. Dr. Nawoczenski maintains a physical therapy practice, and she is an editorial reviewer for the "Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy." She has published research in many physical therapy journals and is the author of several book chapters.

This physical therapy marketing newsletter can be customized with your practice name, address, phone number, Web address and photograph. We also offer fully customized newsletters and can provide editorial content for practices with their own publication.

Update on Physical Therapy is geographically exclusive. Only one physical therapy practice is licensed to distribute to health care professionals in your community.

Become the local expert with Update on Physical Therapy. Call 800-323-4995 or e-mail us.

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