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Join Us For The 'Get a Leg Up! Manual Therapy in the Lower Extremity Course'

Posted: February 21, 2019 

Join APTA Colorado on Saturday, March 30 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm for the 'Get a leg up! Manual Therapy in the Lower Extremity Course'. The course will be held at Regis University in Peter Claver Hall with speaker  Derek Vraa, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, CMTPT, FAAOMPT. Learn more and register!


PSIG Event - April 3: 'The Movement System is Coming to Pediatric PT'

Posted: February 21, 2019

Join the PSIG on Wednesday, April 3 at 6:45 for 'The Movement System is Coming to Pediatric PT' course. The course will be held at the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus with speaker Lisa Dannemiller PT, DSc. Learn more and register.


APTA Colorado Issues Members-Only Legislative Update For March 16, 2019

Posted: March 16, 2019

APTA Colorado today issued a members-only legislative update as of this date. Members signed into the APTA Colorado website can access this members-only update here. 

Not a member? Join us!



2019 Mid-Session Report

Posted: March 14, 2019 

On Monday, March 4th marked the official half way point for the 2019 Legislative Session.

So far, a staggering 438 bills, memorials and resolutions have been introduced. A majority of those bills are still somewhere along in the legislative process. Only 28 bills have been signed by Governor Polis into law and only 63 bills have been postponed indefinitely.

With Democrats in control of both chambers and the Governorship, we are seeing a lot of legislation that failed in the Republican Senate finding more success. Democrats have had major wins for some of their top priorities.


Donate to Colorado Physical Therapy PAC

Posted: May 9, 2019 

We appreciate your donation to the Colorado PT PAC!

The Colorado Physical Therapy PAC is an affiliate organization of the American Physical Therapy Association Colorado Chapter. It is dedicated to raising money to support the campaigns of political candidates. Participating in the Colorado PT PAC creates a way for individuals to collectively support candidates of both political parties who have demonstrated a willingness to consider and support our agenda.

As a reminder, this donation is not deductible as a charitable or business expense. Also, the donor must not be reimbursed for the expense by their employer, school, or other entity, nor may the donor be a business.

Per Colorado law, individuals may contribute a maximum of $575 per House of Representatives election cycle (2 years). There is no minimum donation level.


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