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[physical_therapists_in_business] Industrial PT's

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  • A. Leibensberger
    Scott, The best way to get into industrial PT is to take a course for advanced skills. There are quite a few listed in the Advance for PT (Back School of
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 1 7:54 PM
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      Scott, The best way to get into industrial PT is to take a course for
      advanced skills. There are quite a few listed in the Advance for PT
      (Back School of Atlanta, Matheson, Ellexson, Isernhagen) depending upon
      what you want...analysis or treatment. There are many web sites that
      offer you much information on work injury and safety(labor and industry
      for your state, OSHA, etc.)...surfing will get you more information
      than you could ever hope for! Hope this helps get you started.
    • Charlene K. Anderson
      Dear Mr. Leibensberger, Thank you for joining the group. Can you share anything about your career history? Do you have your own practice? Is that a goal? Are
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 3 5:09 PM
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        Dear Mr. Leibensberger,
        Thank you for joining the group. Can you share anything about your
        career history? Do you have your own practice? Is that a goal? Are you
        interested in business opportunities?
        It would be great to hear more from you about industrial PT.

        Charlene
        <charanderson@...>


        "a. leibensberger" <leibenswhit-@...> wrote:
        original article:http://www.egroups.com/group/physical_therapists_in_bu
        siness/?start=34
        > Scott, The best way to get into industrial PT is to take a course for
        > advanced skills. There are quite a few listed in the Advance for PT
        > (Back School of Atlanta, Matheson, Ellexson, Isernhagen) depending
        upon
        > what you want...analysis or treatment. There are many web sites that
        > offer you much information on work injury and safety(labor and
        industry
        > for your state, OSHA, etc.)...surfing will get you more information
        > than you could ever hope for! Hope this helps get you started.
        >
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