- The Imaging SIG is recognized as a leading authority in physical therapy imaging.
- The SIG leads by:
- Providing professional development
- Sharing current information
- Identifying opportunities for outreach and collaboration
- Supporting practice and research initiatives
- To be a valued resource for PTs involved with imaging.
- The SIG serves:
- Defining, communicating, and promoting the unique role of the PT in imaging
- Identifying, sharing and supporting the evidence base in imaging PT
- Providing opportunities for professional development and education
- Monitors and infuences activities that may impact the use of imaging in physical therapy
- Developing practice competencies
- Fostering imaging curriculum in physical therapist education programs
Imaging Education Manual now available
The Imaging Education Manual has been created to facilitate the continued development of imaging
instruction in physical therapist education and to heighten awareness among academic and clinical
faculty of the legislative and regulatory issues the physical therapy profession is facing. The IEM provides
resource information to assist faculty in curriculum planning and imaging instruction in both academic
and clinical venues. The ultimate goal is that all physical therapist professional educational programs
provide appropriate imaging education based on sound evidence, current APTA positions/policies, and
projected future practice models as endorsed by the APTA Vision Statement and other association
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