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Membership Matters

Matthew Kulpit

Matthew Kulpit, PT, DPT

Trilogy

Multiple locations in Western NY: Buffalo, Kenmore, Grand Island, Wheatfield, West Seneca

WHY I JOINED PPS

To become a participant in a Peer2Peer Network group and to grow my business-related knowledge, share best business practice in clinic growth/expansion, maximize efficiencies in clinic operations, and automate processes within our practice (marketing, hiring/onboarding).

Susan A. Appling

Susan A. Appling, PT, DPT, PhD,
Board-Certified Specialist,
Orthopedic Physical Therapy

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

WHY I JOINED PPS

I saw value in the Section, even though I’m not in private practice. I worked in out-patient orthopedics for years, both at a hospital-based clinic and in a faculty practice, but thought PPS wasn’t for me because I wasn’t an owner and worked primarily in academics. What I’ve learned since is that PPS has so much to offer members regardless of their practice setting. I first attended a PPS meeting as a PT-PAC Trustee and have participated in the Graham Sessions for several years. I’ve seen first-hand what great conferences and materials PPS produces, providing content any PT or PTA can benefit from, regardless of setting. PPS is not just for private practice owners/practitioners, it’s for anyone interested in learning more about the business aspects of physical therapy.

Maxwell Wesenberg

Maxwell Wesenberg, PT, DPT

Next Step Prosthetics LLC

Marshfield, WI

WHY I JOINED PPS

To make connections in the prosthetic physical therapy community and help establish an integrative business model for prosthetists and PTs to work in closer collaboration with each other.