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Issue No. 121
Free Journal Club Webinar

What You Need to Know About Menopause/ Perimenopause

Will air from 7:30pm-8:30pm EST, October 22, 2020

If women are lucky enough, they will usually spend 30-50% of their life in a perimenopausal/ menopausal state. So why don’t we spend 30-50% of our time learning or talking or learning about it?! Join us for a webinar with Dr. Jenna Benyounes, DNP, CNM, WHNP to discuss what is happening to patients in the perimenopausal/ menopausal time of life, common concerns that arise for single and partnered people, as well as treatment options. Many women would benefit greatly from physical therapy during and after this transition so we will discuss how to be more comfortable with and incorporate perimenopausal/menopausal patients into your care. Everyone deserves a provider who understands perimenopause/menopause and physical therapists are part of that team! Learn more and register for FREE


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Call for 2020 Elizabeth Noble Award Nominations

Applications are due by 11:59pm EST, December 1, 2020. The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (APTA Pelvic Health) will be recognizing and celebrating volunteers and industry partners that have helped support our Academy and strategic goals at the 2021 March Annual Business Meeting which will be conducted virtually. We invite you to nominate an Academy member in good standing who you think deserves to receive the 2020 Elizabeth Noble Award. Elizabeth Noble was the founder of the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (previously called the Section on Obstetrics and Gynecology and Section on Women's Health). She served as the first Chair and was a driving force behind the development of the field of obstetric and gynecological physical therapy in the United States. She was the author of multiple books for both the lay public and the professional. The Elizabeth Noble Award is the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy's highest honor, and is given to an Academy member providing extraordinary and exemplary service to the field of physical therapy or to the Academy. Submit your nomination form here!

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          If you haven't already - SAVE the DATES for CSM 2021

          CSM 2021 will be February 1-28, 2021. The conference will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

          Registration for CSM 2021 is scheduled to open November.

          Stay tuned for more information. 

          Check out the amazing deals on CSM 2021 Registration fees! 

          CSM Registration Fees
          Due to the all-virtual format and the circumstances of the health crisis, CSM 2021 will have a simplified pricing structure and offer unlimited access to our programming.

          • $350 for nonmembers.
          • $200 for APTA members who don't belong to a section.
          • $150 for APTA members who have at least one section membership.
          • $100 for International Partners (if you are a foreign-educated PT who lives outside the U.S. are not eligible for APTA membership, you are eligible to become an International Partner).
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          Featured APTA News

          Promoting Health Through Physical Activity: PTJ Has the Evidence You Need

          The focus of this year's National Physical Therapy Month is on physical activity and the ways increasing movement, even moderately, can help people live longer, healthier lives. Physical therapists are in the perfect position to promote health through movement — and research published in PTJ can help clinicians tailor their treatment approaches to meet each patient or client's unique needs.

          The association's journal publishes an abundance of peer-reviewed research, free to members, on topics including physical activity and health promotion, negative perceptions and attitudes toward physical activity, and factors that are associated with higher levels of physical activity.

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