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CHOICES: Perspectives on the Future of PT In this forum you will read interviews conducted in depth with various figures who are making an impact on the profession. NOTE: The forum is fully moderated. All posts need a moderator approval before becoming visible.

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Old 26-07-2006, 05:37 AM   #1
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Each guest invited here has demonstrated a fascination with a specific area within the PT body of knowledge. They share some of their thoughts in an interview conducted via email and will make themselves available to answer your questions for a limited time soon after posting the interview. This will allow you time to familiarize yourself with some of their work and formulate questions, as you desire. It is the intent of this forum to deepen your understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of PT practice and further develop our professional body of knowledge by providing you access to authors, professors, researchers and PT pundits. While we want to make this relevant to clinicians it is not the purpose of this forum to problem solve specific "case study" type scenarios. Please keep this in mind when asking questions. We hope you find this new addition to SomaSimple helpful.

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