Special Interest Groups
Physical therapists work with the medical team, individuals and the community to prevent or minimize HIV-related limitations in functional activities and participation in social, work and community roles. The HIV Disease Special Interest Group disseminates information and fosters collaboration among physical therapy professionals about the treatment of HIV-related impairments and functional limitations.
SIG Member Resources
General HIV Links
- Index of HIV Topics linked to Pub Med
- HIV Infections and Activities of Daily Living
- HIV Infections and Art Therapy
- HIV Infections and Exercise Therapy
- HIV Infections and Occupational Therapy
- HIV Infections and Vocational Rehabilitation
- HIV Wasting Syndrome
- HIV Infections/complications
- HIV Infections/drug therapy
- HIV Infections/physiopathology
- HIV Infections/psychology
- HIV Infections and Children
- HIV Infections and Health Surveys
- HIV Infections and Quality of Life
Interested in joining an APTA Oncology Special Interest Group (SIG)?
APTA Oncology has several course offerings looking for partners to host. The host facility will be chosen based on the guarantee that they can draw a minimum of 15 registrants.
APTA Oncology's General Listerv is a very productive messaging system for answering your practice questions. In addition, we maintain specialized listservs for our special interest groups.
Any PT or PTA living in a country other than the US or a healthcare provider from another discipline, not eligible for APTA membership, can take advantage of our membership benefits by becoming a Partner of APTA Oncology.