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PT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PORTUGAL.
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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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Another model that supports this study is on the Comprehensive Outcomes-Oriented Model of Patient Management (Figure 1.) developed by the American Physical Therapy Association indicated in their Guide to Physical Therapist Practice by Kisner (2013) as a foundation for organizing and prioritizing patient's information and planning effective treatment during the patient encounter by a physical therapist.
"In Lebanon, medical doctors are domineering," Rifai said, noting that it took 13 years to establish the Lebanese Order of Physical Therapists.
There is little information available revealing the actual role of physical therapists as providers of cardiac rehabilitation and pulmonary rehabilitation services (secondary CVD prevention), or the consistent practice standards of screening patients for and educating them about CVD (primary prevention).
Increase participation of physical therapists in clinical decision-making, which includes determination of appropriateness of physical therapy services, diagnosis, prognosis, and optimal plan of care, in order to meet the needs of patients and clients.
Myth #5: Physical therapists have no say in what equipment patients receive for rehab.
A physical therapist since 1988, she'd always been interested in sports medicine and helping people, Hondl reflected.
Physical Therapy Assistant: Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) graduate from universities, community colleges, or technical colleges with an associate's degree after two years of study.
Contemporary practice requires physical therapists perform integumentary care both independently and as components of multidisciplinary wound management teams in various settings including inpatient, outpatient, and home health.
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Written by expert physical therapist Bernard Schatz, The Schatz Technique: Loving Touch Can Change the World and Reverse Chronic Pain is an extensive discussion of chronic pain caused by contracted tissues that press on nerves, and means to treat it.
I was thrilled when my physical therapist confirmed that deep water jogging was the right therapy for me.

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