APTA Delaware will have a new president beginning on January 1. Stephen Rapposelli will become the next president succeeding Stacie Larkin who has served for two years in the association’s top leadership role. Rapposelli is currently the APTA DE vice president. David Wilderman, was elected to serve for a second term as APTA DE secretary and Suzanne Wiesenberg will … Read full post
APTA Delaware is pleased to announce that Joshua Smith, PT, DPT of Lewes, DE has been selected to participate in APTA’s Centennial Scholar’s Program. This 12-month program will allow Josh to engage with association leaders and colleagues from across the country, addressing a range of topics related to association leadership and management. A major outcome of this program is the … Read full post
Below is a list of the most current employment opportunities. Please contact the facilities directly with questions and to submit your resume/application.
If your facility is interested in placing an employment ad on DPTA’s Job Board, please contact us at , or check out our advertising options on the DPTA website.
PIVOT is hiring in several locations!Read full post
Call for Proposals
The DC, Delaware and Maryland chapters of APTA are seeking submissions for education sessions and posters presentations for the co-sponsored 2016 Regional Fall Conference to be held November 5-6 2016.
Please join me in congratulating our newly elected (or re-elected):
- Treasurer: Joe Lucca, DPT, PhD, GCS (newly elected)
- Chief Delegate: Cathy Ciolek, PT, DPT, GCS, CEEAA (re-elected)
- Nominating Committee Member: Annalisa Na, PT, DPT, OCS (newly elected)
Joe, Cathy, and Annalisa will begin their new terms on January 1, 2016.… Read full post
Specialized Rehabilitation Strategies for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury/Dysfunction
Relevance to Clinicians: Specialized education and training is needed to effectively address the unique needs of individuals with SCI/D. Each year approximately 1600 individuals sustain a spinal cord injury in the Mid-Atlantic region. The majority of these individuals may start their initial rehabilitation at a specialized center, but continue it through … Read full post
While healthcare is an evolving field, clinical anatomy is one of the cornerstones of patient examination that remains the same. Knowledge of muscle origins, insertions, innervations, and actions paired with a structured palpation examination often results in a clinical diagnosis, which may then be confirmed with special tests or diagnostic imaging.
This 2- day continuing education course will provide healthcare … Read full post
It’s time to elect your next leaders!
The DPTA elections have opened, and as a Delaware Chapter member your vote is requested. You should have received your ballots via email. If you did not receive the election survey, please contact us at .
Candidate bios and statements are included in the election survey. There may be positions that have … Read full post