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From the College: How Manual Physical Therapy Can Help Rheumatology Patients

A physical therapist explains the benefits of functional dry needling, specific soft-tissue mobilization, myofascial release, and joint mobilization and manipulation techniques

From the College: ARHP Members Reap Benefits of Volunteerism

Three ARHP members explain how serving on a committee has helped them achieve professional goals

From the College: Coding Corner Answer: September Coding Challenge

Coding for a patient who receives a separate evaluation and management service on the same day as a Reclast infusion

From the College: Coding Corner Question: September

Test your coding knowledge for an office visit by a patient with senile osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis who gets her first Reclast infusion

From the College: Why I Advocate for Arthritis: A Rheumatologist’s Perspective

Chris Morris, MD, on why lobbying Congress is critical to maintain physicians' ability to provide quality care to rheumatology patients

From the College: ACR Research Conferences to Focus on Rheumatic Diseases

The ACR's Basic Research Conference and Clinical Research Conference on October 25–26 to feature new perspectives on development of rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and vasulitis, and review current thinking on preclinical rheumatic disease

From the College: Meet the Challenges of Measuring Outcomes in Rheumatology Clinical Practice

Clinicians and researchers will discuss the latest trends in assessing patient-reported outcomes in the premeeting Clinical Focus Course at this year's ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting

From the College: The Pharmacist's Role in Managing Rheumatic Diseases

An overview of the many benefits pharmacists can bring to a multidisciplinary healthcare team

From the College: Why I Advocate for Arthritis: A Patient's Perspective

Reverend Anthony J. Hillelson, who has rheumatoid arthritis, on why he lobbies Congress to support rheumatic disease research funding

From the College: Arthritis & Rheumatism (A&R) Gets a New Name

Starting in January 2014, the venerable medical journal will be renamed Arthritis & Rheumatology



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