ADVANCE for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine® is a national, biweekly publication where more than 93,000 PTs, PTAs, directors of rehab services, private practice owners, educators, school program directors, senior students and others allied to the field turn for PT news and job listings.
The award-winning writers and contributors provide timely, topical, balanced articles to connect rehab professionals with the latest issues surrounding the field. This independent publication offers reports on advances in research, reimbursement, political and clinical news in an attractive, user-friendly format.
As a complement to the newsmagazine, this Web site offers exclusive articles and departments as well as comprehensive job listings. With online departments including Medicare Advisor, On the Market and News and Notes, therapists can access information for use in practice. In addition, both the printed publication and this Web site are ideal forums for PTs and PTAs to express themselves.
ADVANCE for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine® Presents the People Who Help Us be the 'Experts in the Field.'
Our Editorial Board consists of a group of individuals with decades of experience in a wide array of physical therapy settings. An ad in ADVANCE brings you an audience of 93,000 physical therapy and rehab professionals who receive the latest news straight from the experts.
Margaret E. Rinehart Ayres, PhD, PT, is an Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and an independent contractor for Home Care PT.
Jane Molinaro Kepics, MS, PT, MLDT, specializes in lymphedema management and cancer rehabilitation. She is responsible for the daily operation of the Lymphedema Program at Phoenixville (PA) Hospital.
Robert W. Mauthe, MD, previously served as the Medical Director for St. Luke's Hospital's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Bethlehem, PA. He is now in private practice in Quakertown, PA.
Roger Herr, PT, MPA, COS-C
Member, APTA Section on Home Health
Ben F. Massey Jr., MA, PT
Former President of APTA
Lance Knaub, DPT, OCS, CSCS
President/Owner, BREAKTHRU Physical Therapy & Fitness
Carole Lewis, DPT, GCS, GTC, MSG, MPA, PhD, FAPTA
Adjunct Professor School of Medicine Department of Geriatrics George Washington University, Clinical Professor Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Maryland, Consulting Clinical Specialist at Professional Sports Care and Rehab, and President of Great Seminars and Books
Elizabeth Noble, PT
Founder, Section on Women's Health Section for APTA