Michele Thorman receives Otto A. Cordero Lifetime Achievement Award!
Rob Worth, WPTA Chief Delegate, congratulates Sue Griffin for a job well done as APTA Speaker of the House. #APTAHOD
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The WPTA's spring conference local planning chair, Erik Gregersen, gives a brief rundown of the conference topics and theme. Courses are limited so register today!

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Registration is now open for spring conference! Visit to learn more and register online.

WPTA members provided testimony at two separate hearings at the State Capitol yesterday. Members spoke on SB-665 (Worker's Compensation) and AB-942 (Physical Therapy Interstate Licensure Compact) From left to right: Kevin Wait, Lynn Steffes, John Levene, Connie Kittleson, Amy Reiter, Kelly Mueller and Nash Bell. Not pictured: Brett Roberts. Advocating for the profession!

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REMINDER - the SED will be hosting the Neuro Orthopedic Institute’s (NOI's) Mobilization of the Neuroimmune System next weekend, February 10-11, 2018 in Wauwatosa! Follow the link for more information.

Students! Have you signed up for the Wisconsin Student Conclave yet?! It's only a few weeks away!

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Looking to reach PTs, PTAs and students? Check out all the advertising and sponsorship opportunities for the WPTA Spring Conference!

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SPONSORED POST: What are your 2018 Career Goals? Now Hiring: Out Ortho PT Marshfield, WI - Health In Motion is a PT Owned Wisconsin Based Private Practice. As a Physical Therapist your skills are in very high demand. Learn more:

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WPTA 2017 Elections are open! PT and PTA members can log in and cast their vote until December 20.

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Apply for the WPTA Student Emerging Leader Award! The winner will receive $1000 to be awarded at the WPTA Spring Conference in April.

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The 2018 slate of candidates for APTA elections has been posted: Elections take place in June during the APTA House of Delegates.

Who We Are & What We DoAPTA represents more than 100,000 members: physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy.

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This Thanksgiving we're grateful for more than just pie. We are grateful for our members, our volunteer leaders, our Chapter office staff, and our industry partners. Improving the quality of life for Wisconsin residents, advancing practice, education and research, and increasing awareness of the PT/PTA's role in healthcare -- we couldn't do those things without support from each of you. So thank you, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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Two wonderful students (Kaitlin Barr, SPT, left, and Amber Prell, SPTA, right) volunteered with WPTA Health and Wellness Committee Chair Ashley Alagna, PT, DPT, at Mendota Elementary’s Health and Wellness Resource Day. They spoke with families about what physical therapy is and how it can benefit them. #ChoosePT

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