As the state professional association for physical therapist, PTAG supports all advancements of practice: advocacy, research and employment.
During the Legislative season, we advocate for changes that will benefit the bottom lines of your clinics and the quality of care of your patients. This is not possible without the support of the Georgia Physical Therapy Political Action Committee (GA PT PAC).
We provide funding for research and scholarships for future clinicians through our Research Workgroup and Georgia Foundation for Physical Therapy.
We encourage work/life balance and personal/professional growth to our members through our Employment Opportunities listings.
Georgia Board of Physical Therapy Proposed Rules Change
Hello colleagues and students!
Please watch this video below, as I have an important message and specific call to action about our practice.
To read the Georgia Board of Physical Therapy Proposed Rules:
To sign up for the email notification of proposed rules from the Georgia Secretary of State: http://sos.ga.gov/plb/subscribe.htm
Written comments should be addressed to Lisa W. Durden, Director, Office of Secretary of State, Professional Licensing Boards Division, Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy, 237 Coliseum Drive, Macon Georgia 31217; Fax 866-888-1308
Written comments must be legible and signed, should contain contact information from the maker (address, telephone number and/or facsimile number, etc.) and be actually received in the office prior to the close of business (5:00 pm EDT) on June 20th (Notice of Intent 490-2-.10) or July 11th (Notice of Intent 490-2-.04, Notice of Intent 490-4-.03, Notice of Intent 490-9-.02, Notice of Intent 490-9-.03 , Notice of Intent 490-9-.06)
If you have any questions, please contact myself, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your attention, and thank you for your membership!
Ryan Balmes PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT
Support SB 164 - Fair Co-pays for Physical Therapy
View the Video Below to Learn More & Take Action Today!
Launched in February 2016, PT Move Better, Feel Better, Live Better is a consumer education campaign that uses social media and community relations to tell the physical therapy story and connect the dots for consumers about how physical therapists can help address countless health issues.
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Contact Allen Haynes at Duffey Communications to learn more and get involved.
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Date: December 10, 2016
Georgia 2016 Primary Elections
Georgia 2016 Primary Elections are Tuesday, May 24!