Committee Chair Letter

Michelle Collie
By Michelle Collie, PT, DPT, MS

With the pandemic came challenges—to our personal lives and businesses, the physical therapy profession, and health care in its entirety.

Editor’s Note

Kristen Wilson
By Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

About a week ago, my community in Southeastern Pennsylvania along the Brandywine River was rocked by over 14 inches of rain as Hurricane Ida tore through our towns leaving a massive amount of flooding and wind damage in her wake.

Letter to The Editor

Many thanks to Alpha Lillstrom Cheng for her article in the August issue titled Connect Congress to your Clinic. Her easy to follow steps encouraged me to reach out to our local legislators over the August recess and as a result we hosted three of our state and national legislators to our clinic! We had meaningful conversations about the issues affecting our delivery of care and formed a personal relationship which will serve us greatly in the future. Thanks for a great resource!

Sincerely,
Nina Conner
Marketing Coordinator, Action Potential Physical Therapy

Gearing Up for the Golden Years

couple sitting on a dock by a lake

Finding the right partner for retirement planning makes all the difference in meeting your goals

By Randy Johnson, PT, DPT

As a longtime small business owner and a serial entrepreneur, I knew that crossing the threshold of business operator and stakeholder to “retirement” would be a pivotal crossroads in my life.

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