The mission of the Performing Arts Special Interest Group (PASIG) is to be the leading resource for physical therapy as it relates to the performing arts. The special interest group serves its members and represents the interests of orthopaedic physical therapy by fostering high quality patient care and promoting professional growth through:
- Advancement of education and clinical practice,
- Facilitation of quality research,
- Professional development of its members, and
- Encouraging an interaction between the physical therapy and performing arts communities
The Performing Arts Special Interest Group (PASIG) is a leading authority in performing arts physical therapy. PASIG leads through professional development and dissemination of current information/trends, current practice, research initiatives and outreach programs with performing artists and performing arts groups.
2015 PASIG Revalidation Study
An assembled team of members of the Orthopaedic Section, APTA, Performing Arts Special Interest Group (PASIG) and identified practitioners in the sub-specialty field of performing arts physical therapy, are working to revalidate the 2004 Description of Specialized Clinical Practice (DSCP) in Physical Therapy for Performing Artists.
By completing this survey you will be helping to revalidate the unique attributes that need to be taken into consideration for treating the performing artist population. You will be asked to assess each competency/skill/attribute in three ways: 1.) Frequency of use, 2.) Importance of skill, and 3.) Level of Mastery required. Demographic information, such as years of practice and practice setting, will also be requested in order to assess the generalizability of the survey responses across the sub-specialty field. The survey is estimated to take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Once you exit the survey, you will not be able to re-enter at a later time.
Please click here to access this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6QKMWBN
The intent of this revalidation process is three-fold: 1.) To provide current practice guidelines for practitioners in the sub-specialty field of Performing Arts Physical Therapy, 2.) To transform the 2004 DSCP to a Description of Advanced Specialized Practice (DASP), a document of skills, attributes, and competencies appropriate for fellowship level curriculum and expertise, and 3.) To create a Description of Fellowship Practice (DFP) in Performing Arts Physical Therapy for fellowship curriculum development.
Thank you in advance for participating in this survey. We recognize that your time is valuable.