- isaac b wrote: Well, the best place to look, which I m sure you re going to hear a million times is the APTA website. But just in caseMessage 1 of 2 , Feb 28, 2001View Source
isaac b <ivilla@...> wrote:
Well, the best place to look, which I'm sure you're going to hear a million times is the APTA website. But just in case nobody else mentioned it, I'd thought I'd be the first. Another site someone just turned me onto is PTMANAGER.COM, and I'm sure if you can find each state that allows direct access, you should contact their dept. of health profession for that particular state. Other than that, I'm sure when you put "Physical Therapy" into a search on the internet, you'll come up with another million others that you can contact (and see if they tell you to try the APTA first). Good Luck
Brian Richman MPT
I am a PT student in Ohio looking for information on our
practice. We are to do a project on autonomous practice, direct
access. I am looking for any links or sources of information regarding
the history of autonomous practice for physical therapists. Nationally
or specifically to Ohio, we are looking for information on the stance
held by the APTA and any legislative/legal action passed or in the
process of being passed regarding direct access. Your help is
Isaac B Villa
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