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5 Weeks Left To Register For The Spring Conference 

Don't miss the opportunity to pre-register for the Spring Conference. Discounts are still available!

PTs, PTAs: Save $20, use code GOPT17
Students: Save $5, use code GOPT17
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.
   
This one-day conference provides up to 6 points in Category I education towards your PT continuing competency requirement. 
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The APTA Colorado Private Practice SIG Needs Your Feedback

Posted: March 1, 2017

The Colorado Private Practice Special Interest Group (Colorado PPSIG) is a component of the Colorado Chapter APTA.  Since its inception the mission has been to provide an opportunity for private practice owners and those interested in forming a private practice in Colorado to connect and advance the interests of private practice in the State.  It is an opportunity to network with like-minded individuals that are facing similar issues and concerns in running a private practice in the state. The PPSIG has provided educational sessions on practice management, leadership, marketing and billing to name a few. 

The Chair of the PPSIG has a seat on the Colorado Board of Directors.  This position allows the interests of private practices to be represented when it comes to decision making of the board.  This may entail, but is not limited to the following: having a voice regarding resources allocated by the state, legislative and regulatory activity that is occurring in the State legislature, U.S. Congress and government agencies that may affect private practices, the ability to bring forth to the Governmental Affairs Committee and Board of Directors proposed legislation and regulations that may assist small businesses in providing physical therapy services. 

Over the years there has been tremendous growth in the establishment of private practices in the state, yet we may not be connected.  There is some confusion that there is a difference between the National Private Practice Section (PPS) and the Colorado PPSIG.  The officers of the PPSIG would like to hear from you on what your needs are, how can the state PPSIG serve you and what resources would be of most help to you. 

We are asking you to take 10 minutes out of your busy schedule to complete this survey so that we can most effectively represent your interests and advocate for private practices in Colorado. Take the survey here.  

Thank you!

Audrey Waldron, PT, DPT                    Scott Rezac, PT, DPT             

Chair, Colorado PPSIG                         Co-Chair, Colorado PPSIG

 

Stefan VanDuursen

Chair, Payor Relations Committee

 

APTA Colorado Thanks 9 Members For Their 60 Plus Years of Membership

Posted: March 9, 2017 

APTA Colorado wants to thank the following members for their longtime membership with us! 

  • Mary Bardwell, PT - 60 Years
  • Ann Schomburg, PT - 60 Years
  • Ann Hueter, PT - 61 Years
  • Patricia Irwin, PT - 63 Years
  • Gretchen Cerveny, PT - 63 Years
  • Martha Netz, PT - 63 Years
  • Michael Oliva, PT - 67 Years
  • Georgiana Windham Johnson, PT - 69 Years
  • Pauline Ingold, PT - 69 Years

 

 

 

Demand High For Rocky Mountain Spring Conference & PT Expo On April 22

Posted: Feb. 23, 2017

A total of 130 PTs, PTAs and students have already registered for the 2017 Rocky Mountain Spring Conference & PT Expo at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton. Don't miss out on the following educational tracks!

  
  
  
   
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.
   
This one-day conference provides up to 6 points in Category I education towards your PT continuing competency requirement.
   
PTs, PTAs: Save $20, use code GOPT17
Students: Save $5, use code GOPT17
   
Thank You To Our Bag Sponsor!
Thank You To Our Already Committed Exhibitors!

BMS Practice Solutions

Carr Healthcare Realty

COAW - Consortium for Older Adult Wellness

Health Images

KidsCare Therapy

Medical Electronics

WSI Healthcare Personnel

Read more about the sponsorship opportunities available. 

 

Join Us For PT Pub Night 

Published: March 2, 2017

When: Saturday, April 22 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

Where: Station 26 Brewing Co., 7045 East 38th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80207 

Description: Following the conference will be a PT Pub Night from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at Station 26 Brewing Co. No registration is necessary, just show up, network, and enjoy a cocktail.

 
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