Patient Information from AGPT

Patient Education Brochures

The following brochures have been reviewed and approved by the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy. We encourage you to print them and make copies to share. PTs and PTAs are welcome to make copies to distribute in classes, in their clinics, at health fairs, etc.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended as a substitute for professional health care. If you experience signs or symptoms of disease or illness you should seek the advice of a physical therapist or other health care professional.

These brochures were created by PT and PTA students, as a part of the annual Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy consumer brochure contest. Each year, brochures with outstanding content and design are selected and posted on the website. Click here for more information.

Our Mission

The mission of the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy is to further our members ability to provide best practice physical therapy and to advocate for optimal aging.

Bone Health

Finding a Physical Therapist

The American Physical Therapy Association keeps an online database of Physical Therapists, searchable by zip code and practice focus. You can search for someone with a practice focus of Geriatrics. People who have become Geriatric Certified Specialists will have a red banner under their names. Click Here

APTA Resources

The Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy is a specialty group within the American Physical Therapy Association. The APTA has a consumer webpage that may help you:

  • understand your symptoms and conditions
  • learn tips and exercises to improve your mobility
  • health and overall quality of life


The Right Care at the Right Time

APTA has joined the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation's Choosing Wisely(R) Campaign, an initiative designed to spark conversations between providers and patients to ensure the right care is delivered at the right time. More than 50 medical specialty societies, including APTA, have created lists of "Things Providers and Patients Should Question" which include evidence-based recommendations that should be discussed to help make wise decisions about the most appropriate care based on a patients' individual situation.

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