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Medicare and Group Therapy
Finding the Right Therapist
The Ultimate Cure for Cabin Fever
Salt-Water AT Class in Eugene, OR
Seminar Updates
Arrive to our Minneapolis course in style. Register now for the October 16-18 class and we will enter you for a free limo pickup to and from the airport.

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Issue #4   8 Sept 2008
Who Says it's a Group?
Water Group 
We all know group classes when we see them. The arthritis exercise class that meets from 9-9:45 is a group class. The fibromyalgia class that meets every Monday, Wednesday, Friday... that's a group. But wait a minute. Medicare thinks some of you should be billing group therapy instead of 1:1 aquatic therapy every time you hit the water.
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  Too Many Patients?
CrowdAnd not enough therapists?

Find your next fabulous aquatic therapy staffer on the AquaticNet Jobboard. It's perused by thousands of therapists each month b/c it is specific to AQUATIC THERAPY. Use discount code (2for1offer) to list your jobs for halfprice ($50 per month). Offer expires Sept 15th.
Pools and Seasonal Affective Disorder
Sun Water Putting all those windows to good use
Aquatic therapy is a cure-all, for everything from fibromyalgia to osteoporosis. So why not add Seasonal Affective Disorder to your marketing quiver? If your facility has lots of glass, consider advertising their positive effects to the shut-ins and home-bound in your community. Sunlight can do wonders for the winter-blues by improving brain chemistry.

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  Hands-On Seminar Comes to the West Coast
Tamarack Kids Eugene, Oregon
November 14-16, 2008
Eugene, Oregon is the site of this year's West Coast Hands-On Aquatic Therapy seminar. Taught by internationally- acclaimed aquatic therapist, Peggy Schoedinger, PT, this class will be held in the beautiful 92-degree salt-water pool at the Tamarack Wellness Center. Register now. The class is restricted to 25 participants to allow for optimal hands-on instruction.