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Committee Chair Letter

Kelly McFarland, PT, DPT
By Kelly McFarland, PT, DPT

It is a pleasure and privilege for us to be in such a great profession as physical therapists but an even higher privilege for us to see the magnificent impact so many individuals are making on behalf of our profession.

Editor’s Note

Kristen Wilson
By Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

As we approach the start of the shortest month, I love that this month’s color boasts the longest wavelength of the spectrum.

Membership Matters

The mission of the Private Practice Section (PPS) is to champion the success of the physical therapist in business. Whether you’ve just joined or are a long-time member, PPS is here to support your efforts and provide the resources and tools to help you meet your goals. But don’t take our word for it, hear from our members about what PPS membership means for them and their business.

Adriana Potter, PT, DPT

Adriana Potter, PT, DPT

Potter Physical Therapy, LLC

Lutz, FL

I joined APTA Private Practice because I want to have access to resources at the APTA website as well take advantage of the benefits of membership like discount on insurance, courses, networking, private practice newsletters, and so on.


PPS provides payment tools and resources to guide you through the complicated payment environment. Updated regularly, the payment tools and resources are some of the most sought-after PPS membership resources. Access them at ppsapta.org/practice-management/payment-resources.

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