"Physical therapy is not a subspecialty of the medical profession and physical therapists are not medical doctors; we are a separate profession that provides a unique service that physicians are unable and untrained to provide."

Letter to the AMA from the APTA, Dec 2009

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Physical Therapists Learn from the Best in the Business

Physical therapists learning from each other - that's what we've always done.

The 2012 Florida Physical Therapists in Private Practice (FLPTPP) Meeting is August 17th to 19th, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.

Armin Loges, PT and crew have lined up a dynamite cast of presenters for you.
Florida Physical Therapists in Private Practice 2012 Annual Meeting
Pick the educational courses that you need this year - all come with CME credits!

Saturday, August 18th (morning)Medicare ComplianceNancy Beckley, MS, MBA, CHC
Saturday, August 18th (morning)Pelvic Floor DysfunctionTricia Trinque, MHE, PT
Saturday, August 18th (morning)Dry NeedlingBrian Ruchin, PT, DPT
Saturday, August 18th (afternoon) Marketing Your PT PracticeNitin Chhoda, DPT
Saturday, August 18th (afternoon)Cervical Thrust ManipulationJames Dunning, FAAOMPT, MMACP
Saturday, August 18th (afternoon)Business 101 for Physical TherapistsDick Hillyer, DPT, MBA, MSM
Saturday, August 18th (afternoon)Innovation in Physical TherapyMatthew Harkness, MPT, MTC, TATC, CEAS
Sunday, August 19th (morning)New Florida PIP lawDick Hillyer, DPT, MBA
Sunday, August 19th (morning)Red Flags for Cervical InstabilityEric Douglass, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Sunday, August 19th (morning)Legal Implications for Physical TherapistsMichael Magidson, Esq.
Sunday, August 19th (morning)AcupunctureIrene Hujsa, PT, OCS and Julietta Planchart, PT, CNS
Sunday, August 19th (afternoon)DME and PTPPTimothy Beury

Last year's conference was important just because of the energy in the room and the excitement it generated (as well as the MANY new members of the FLPTPP that joined!)

This year's conference promises to be MUCH bigger, MUCH better and MUCH more exciting.

We'll see you there!

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