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INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Physical Therapy Myths Debunked

December 12th, 2014 Physical therapists work with thousands of patients each year to improve their mobility, manage and relieve pain and recover from injuries. Yet many myths persist about the profession. Check out the most common physical therapy myths in this infographic from Move Forward PT.

Vaccinations: Physician Challenges and Solutions

February 13th, 2014 Within the first few months of your life, you probably received vaccinations for pertussis, measles and polio — diseases that are much less common today. However, misconceptions about vaccines are common, and vaccination rates have declined in recent years.

10 Common Myths about Flu Shots

January 8th, 2014 Though doctors continue to recommend that nearly everyone six months and older receive a flu shot, rumors to the contrary continue to circulate during flu season. Here are 10 myths you may need to debunk for your patients.

9 Misconceptions about Working Locum Tenens

September 17th, 2013 Despite the widespread familiarity and positive association with locum tenens, the benefits of this alternative practice option remain unclear for many physicians. Here are nine common myths about locum tenens.