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    Physical therapists (PTs) provide services that help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease.

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In order to provide more timely, efficient responses to our members, effective April 27, 2015, individual email addresses will be used for the Chapter Office staff. They are as follows:

Please click to review the staff responsibilities so that you can direct your emails to the appropriate staff person.


Call for Abstracts for Presentation at the PPTA Annual Conference

The PPTA Research Committee invites abstracts for Research, Special Interest and Case Reports for presentation at the Annual Conference (Seven Springs, PA) October 23-October 25, 2015. These abstracts will be accepted for platform and poster presentations. Abstracts which have been submitted or presented at other conferences may be presented at the Chapter conference. Awards will be given for the best research abstract and best case reports.

The closing date for the submission of abstracts is July 31, 2015. Use electronic mail and send abstract information as described below to: 

2015 Call for Abstracts Submission Guidlines

Colleen Chancler, PPTA Practice and Research Committee at colleen.chancler@uphs.upenn.edu

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Legislative Ambassador Network Resources

The Legislative Ambassador Network (LAN) was established in 1984 to provide each Pennsylvania state senator and representative with a personal contact from a constituent PPTA member ...

PPTA Research Grant Award

The major function of the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association Research Fund Award is to promote and support research studies relative to clinical practice.  This is provided through grants for approved activities.

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