The APTA Colorado Chapter, which first met in Denver in 1937 and was incorporated Feb. 17, 1953, is a professional, non-profit association composed of approximately 2,455 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and physical therapist/physical therapist assistant students.
It is the mission of the APTA/Colorado Chapter to provide leadership in:
* the identification and interpretation of trends and issues; communication; coordinated action;
* sharing of ideas and professional collegiality;
* and in the development and improvement of physical therapy education, practice and research.
The APTA/Colorado Chapter is a component chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Become A Member
As a physical therapist, physical therapist assistant or physical therapist student, you need resources at the ready to move your career forward, keep up with the latest physical therapy practice strategies, get paid appropriately for services, keep abreast of federal legislation and regulations, and make a difference in the lives of your patients and prospective patients.
APTA’s member benefits give you all the tools you need and more.
APTA advocates for you in Washington, DC, and state capitals, including Denver.
APTA’s advocacy efforts help you stay on top of the issues important to you and your patients. Resource centers for major legislative issues like health care reform and the Medicare therapy cap allow you to stay informed, while the Legislative Action Center streamlines the process of contacting representatives on Capitol Hill, so that you can advocate for your profession.
2016's Top Stories From PT in Motion News
From national recognition of the importance of physical therapy as a first-line approach to pain treatment, to state-level wins that could set the stage for even bigger changes to come, 2016 had no shortage of news that affected the physical therapy profession. Here's a rundown of the 5 most-viewed stories from PT in Motion News.