An absolute visual delight. Fun, flashy, and insightful!
The flash cards are designed to assist physical therapist assistants to possess full command of core academic content. The study tool is an ideal resource for first year and second year students. The vibrant colors and visually pleasing layouts make reviewing essential academic content enjoyable!
Author: Scott Giles PT, DPT, MBA
An ideal tool for PTA students, recent PTA graduates, and licensed PTAs!
Physical Therapist Assistant Students
Students should strive to retain essential academic content as they progress through a physical therapist assistant academic program. Periodic review of this information is often necessary to accomplish this goal. The ﬂash cards provide students with a portable resource that can be used intermittently while on campus or in the clinical setting.
Recent Physical Therapist Assistant Graduates
Recent graduates need to have full command of essential academic content in order to successfully pass the National Physical Therapist Assistant Examination. Although academic content alone will not be sufficient to pass the National Physical Therapist Assistant Examination, it provides graduates with a strong foundation to make informed clinical decisions on applied examination questions.
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistants
Physical therapist assistants need to retain essential academic content. Therapists often work in specialized practice settings and therefore may infrequently utilize academic knowledge in selected system and non-system areas. As a result, periodic review is often required to maintain necessary mastery of this material.
Master Core Academic Content!
Product Features Include:
- 150 double-sided flash cards covering only the most essential academic content from our entire physical therapist assistant product line.
- The flash cards provide users with the opportunity to frequently review necessary academic content. As a result, a higher percentage of the information is converted to long-term memory.
- The flash cards are organized into nine unique categories: Musculoskeletal System; Neuromuscular System; Cardiopulmonary System; Other Systems; Equipment and Devices; Therapeutic Modalities; Safety and Professional Roles; Teaching and Learning; and Evidence-Based Practice.