Join us for the 2017 Rocky Mountain Spring Conference & Physical Therapy Expo

April 22, 2017 | Renaissance Denver Stapleton

 
Click here to view the conference website.

This annual event offers affordable continuing education, practice information, product demonstrations and networking for APTA members and other Physical Therapy professionals in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. Education sessions are designed to be applicable to all sectors and levels of the PT profession and will provide the latest techniques and trends as well as basic skills.

Four Full-Day Concurrent Sessions:

Saturday sessions provide up to 6 points of Category I education towards your PT continuing competency requirement.


APTA Colorado 

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. Click here to read about APTA's member benefits. 

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Colorado is a Direct Access State

Colorado is a direct access state, which means that obtaining a referral by a physician or other health care provider for physical therapy treatment is not necessary in order to receive care from a licensed physical therapist. (Colorado Dept. of Regulatory Agencies, State Physical Therapy Board)

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