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2022 Annual Conference

September 23-25, 2022

WVPTA REpresents West Virginia Physical Therapists and Physical therapy assistants via education, practice, research, and advocacy.

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APTA outlines letter to congress regarding proposed medicare physician fee schedule

Recently APTA joined 108 other health care organizations in the attached letter to Congress outlining deep concerns about the recently released proposed 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule rule that includes broad cuts to a wide range of providers. The letter...

WVPTA recognizes Ralph Utzman in continued celebration of centennial year

Dr. Ralph Utzman is Professor and Director of Clinical Education within the West Virginia University Division of Physical Therapy where he has been on faculty for over 25 years. Following his Bachelors in Physical Therapy, Ralph went on to earn a Masters in Public...

WVPTA Announces 2022 Annual Conference

The WVPTA 2022 Annual Conference will occur September 23-25, 2022 at Oglebay Resort in Wheeling, WV. President Scott Davis recently took to social media to explain the key factors in driving some changes in schedule and location. Tune in to the YouTube video to hear...

Riding the COVID-19 Wave: Are You Ready?

Author: Kari DiVito, PT, DPT As you can see, the face of an acute care PT has changed over the last year. I’ve been riding this COVID-19 wave since March 2020 and I am proud to announce that as of the end of May, I FINALLY no longer have a single infectious patient...

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