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[physical_therapists_in_business] Re: Industrial PT's

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  • 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 1 of 2 , Feb 3, 2000
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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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