April 2022 – Volume 40 – Issue 2

Rehabilitation specialists practicing in oncology seek to improve overall function of individuals they serve. The pair of studies by Boyd, et al., show that the mental load of understanding our body in space (working body schema) is greater among women treated for...

From Cancer Patient to Cancer Survivor and PT Student

By: Hope Reynolds, SPT You have probably heard the saying “put yourself in their shoes”. When thinking about this in terms of PT patients (or future patients), it’s a reminder for a PT to practice empathy, imagining what they might feel or how they might act if they...

January 2022 – Volume 40 – Issue 1

This special issue on Oncology Physical Therapy Education marks the 40th year of our journal. APTA Oncology began as a special interest group (Section) of APTA, with our inaugural newsletter published in September 1982 and formal APTA recognition in June 1983. The...