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PT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PORTUGAL.

PT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Portuguese Republic. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Portuguese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Portugal. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Portugal. Each subdivision has its own code with the prefix "PT." For example, the code for the District of Porto is ISO 3166-2:PT-13.
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To learn more about the career of physical therapist assistant and the education and training it requires, here are some places to turn:
Economic and clinical forces are transforming the role of physical therapists in hospital inpatient and outpatient settings.
Music teaches private practice physical therapists how to meet this quota by sharing with them sources of effective marketing techniques for increasing patient visits.
Alaska Regional employs five full-time physical therapists, one part-timer and one assistant, (a year earlier, it was three physical therapists and two physical therapist assistants) according to Kjerstin Lastufka of PR/Marketing.
The American Physical therapy Association's vision is that by the year 2020, the vast majority of practicing physical therapists will possess a DPT degree.
In California, though, the state requires adult day care to have a physical therapist available, if not on staff.
This national professional organization represents physical therapists, allied personnel, and students.
Of particular importance to the physical therapist is the individual's ability to apply any necessary splints, braces, or other assistive devices necessary for maintaining function and independence.
A physical therapist is the professional of choice when it comes to assessing, evaluating and treating musculoskeletal impairments in all areas of the population," he says.
and Canada contribute 34 chapters to a text providing physical therapist assistant students and clinicians with clear, concise recommendations for evidence-based physical therapy interventions for patients with any physical therapy diagnosis.
So, I asked myself, "Am I a physical therapist when I go for a walk?
Marika Molnar, a New York physical therapist at Westside Dance Physical Therapy, notes that dancers who wear pointe shoes all day are taking a risk, because the sweat that accumulates softens the shoe, causing the foot to sink and the posterior ankle to jam.

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