Jan 29, 2018
Its Monday, January 29th. The government has re-opened, bringing with it the renewal of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, or CHIP. An advance copy of a study from the US Bone and Joint Initiative shows that musculoskeletal conditions are on the rise in the US. South Dakota moved one step closer to green-lighting dry needling. An op-ed in the Huffington Post explains that pelvic health physical therapy is nothing like the monstrous abuses of the now-sentenced Larry Nassar. Last, we sit down with Justin Elliott, APTA VP of government affairs to talk the Medicare Cap--politics, partisanship, and process have delayed the permanent fix, but we're on a hard push for the February 8th deadline.
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