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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.

Staci Lyons, PT

Staci Lyons, PT

Gaining the Courage to See What Could Be

“PPS gave me the confidence to move toward my new business model. I was given a national audience to
share my ideas with and I was able to learn ideas from others. I’ve been able to collaborate with peers
and learn from people with whom I don’t compete. There’s value in the relationships and networking that
PPS provides.”

Rony Masri, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, FAAOMPT

Rony Masri, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, FAAOMPT

Networks that Last a Lifetime

“I have been a member for 15 years now. Being part of PPS made it possible for me to have others stand
with me as I opened my practice. It gave me confidence that I had a community to help me along the way.
One of the biggest benefits of PPS membership has been the comprehensive tools to help run a practice
and the interactions of like-minded folks you make that ultimately become life-long friends. Moreover, then many resources such as the monthly marketing toolkits have been a tremendous help with the social media strategy for my practice. Furthermore, we also include the Fit Factor on my company website.”

NEW MEMBER RESOURCE HIGHLIGHT

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.