The Awards Committee solicits and reviews nominations for all PPTA awards and selects the recipients of each award.
The Conference and Continuing Education Committee’s mission is to provide ongoing
opportunities for members to obtain continuing education credits to
fulfill the licensure requirements set forth by the State Board of
Physical Therapy of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, through annual
conference, regional seminars and online education that are timely and
The Ethics Committee is responsible for fostering ethical practice in physical therapy as defined in APTA’s Code of Ethics.
The Finance Committee is responsible for maintaining the Chapter's financial needs, growth and stability.
The Membership Committee educates members and potential members in the benefits of membership to the APTA/PPTA.
The Nominating Committee prepares a slate of responsible candidates for the annual Chapter elections as well as assists the Chief Delegate in preparing a list of potential and actual candidates for elected and appointed APTA offices.
Political Action Committees (PACs) allow individuals with shared legislative interests to pool their resources for a strong, unified voice in the legislature.
The Public Policy and Advocacy Committee is responsible for identifying, prioritizing, and managing current and emerging public policy issues that impact the provision of physical therapy services and empowers members with information to be engaged in Association policy efforts.
The Practice and Research Committee assist the membership in understanding, complying with, and utilizing the PA Physical Therapy Practice Act and serves as a resource for research activities, processes, and education for the membership.