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Aquatic PT News

    posted: March 15, 2016

    The Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy has moved their journal submissions to an online format. To submit your journal article please go to http://www.editorialmanager.com/japt

    Aim/Mission:

    The aim of the Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy is to publish and disseminate research and facilitate continuing professional development in the field of aquatic physical therapy. The vision of the journal is for the journal to be the pre-eminent international publication of the field and practice of aquatic therapy. The journal is dedicated to the development advancement of aquatic therapy through publication of research and scholarly work related, but not limited to, scientific bases, clinical application, and education of clinicians.

     

    Scope:

    The  Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy is the primary peer-reviewed, indexed resource for dissemination of research and scholarly work related to the field of aquatic therapy. With an emphasis on implications and applications for therapy practice, the journal promotes the integration of evidence into theory, education, research, and practice related to the field of aquatic therapy. The journal is dedicated to the development advancement of aquatic therapy through publication of research and scholarly work related, but not limited to, scientific bases, integration of theory into education, translation of clinically relevant knowledge, clinical application, and education of clinicians.  

     

    posted: February 02, 2016

     

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The Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy is the primary peer-reviewed, indexed resource for dissemination of research and scholarly work related to the field of aquatic therapy. With an emphasis on implications and applications for therapy practice, the journal promotes the integration of evidence into theory, education, research, and practice related to the field of aquatic therapy. The journal is dedicated to the development advancement of aquatic therapy through publication of research and scholarly work related, but not limited to, scientific bases, integration of theory into education, translation of clinically relevant knowledge, clinical application, and education of clinicians.

Welcome New Members

Allison Renee Griffin, PTA  |   Andrew Feitl, PTA  |   Anna Elizabeth Harpst, PT  |   Bridget Radford, PTA  |   Charlotte M Stephens, PT  |   Chemetra Denise Patrick, PT, DPT  |   Christopher J. Bailey, PT, DPT, OCS  |   Cortney Marie Fargo, PTA  |   Courtney Marie Pilc, PT, DPT  |   Courtney Matrunick, PT  |   Dallas Clay Williams, PT  |   Danielle Jensen, PTA  |   Denise Leonard, PT  |   Dianne Sue Talbot, PT  |   Dorothy Elizabeth Callister, PT, MHS, CWS, GCS  |   Drennen Marie Gatzman, PTA  |   Eleanor M Monroe, PT  |   Elise Marie de Wit, PT, MHS  |   Isaac Steen Carling, SPT  |   James Gregory Jennings, PT  |   James John Creaturo, II, PTA  |   Jennifer Rydell Huyser, MSPT  |   Jodi Lynn Hindman, PT, DPT  |   Julie S. Bellone, PT  |   Kathleen C. Feurer, PTA  |   Katie S. Rowe, PT  |   Kelly Jay Ferris, PT  |   Kendelyn Phillips, PTA  |   Lance A. Knaub, PT, DPT, CSCS, OCS  |   Leslie Erin Moskal, PT  |   Linda Ann Csiza, PT, DSc, NCS  |   Lisa Gayle Calkins, PTA  |   Mansi A. Patel, PT, DPT, OCS  |   Marina N. Kesler, PT, DPT, MS, OCS  |   Marissa Grow, SPT  |   Mary Martin, SPT  |   Mehrnaz Nodehi, DPT  |   Melissa Lee Peters, PT  |   Morgan Elizabeth Mullins, SPT  |   Randall G Maddox, PT  |   Robert Winston Killebrew, DPT  |   Ronald Dean Van Dyke, PT, MBA  |   Sam C. Tibbs, SPT  |   Sandra Dee Burns, MS.P.T.  |   Sarah DeWitt, PTA  |   Sean Patrick Campbell, PT, DPT  |   Sydney Busse, SPT  |   Yvonne Ann Egitto, PT

About The Aquatic Physical Therapy Section

The purpose of the Aquatic PT Section is to meet the needs of physical therapists interested in using the water for various aspects of their careers, provide a means by which Association members with an interest in aquatic therapy can meet, exchange, develop and promote aquatic therapy as an important component to the physical therapy profession

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