Submitted by: Cathy Ciolek, PT, DPT, GCS
The 2015 HOD of delegates was conducted in Charlotte NC from June 8-11. This year the House had 23 motions it addressed and elections for national office. It was exciting to serve as you chapter chief delegates again and I was sorry to have our 2nd delegate George Edelman have to leave … Read full post
Submitted by: Nick Rech, SPT, MS, ATC, CSCS
This Friday Aug. 29th from 12-4pm the UD Creamery Ice Cream Truck will be parked at STAR campus. Please support the physical therapy students as 20% of the sales go toward the Marquette Challenge. The Marquette Challenge is a nation-wide challenge to raise money for physical therapy research. This year … Read full post
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Associates required. Bachelor’s degree preferred in … Read full post
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(Source: PT News Now)
Delaware physical therapists (PTs) have a new scope of practice that includes telehealth, dry needling, and an updated definition of the practice of physical therapy now that a significantly revised PT licensing law has been signed by Gov Jack Markell. Markell signed the bill on August 12.
Advocated for by the Delaware Physical Therapy
ALEXANDRIA, VA, August 20, 2014 — On August 12, Delaware Gov Jack Markell signed HB 359, legislation that provides for a major updating of the Delaware physical therapy practice act, and enacts a modern definition for the “practice of physical therapy.”
“APTA congratulates our Delaware Chapter on this significant legislative achievement,” said APTA President Paul A. Rockar Jr, PT, … Read full post