Late notice – it slipped off my radar as I’m in Oregon and can’t go. But if you practice or are a student in Washington, go to PTWA’s Legislative Impact Day in Olympia. You might not be interested in spinal manipulation as you don’t practice in an outpatient setting – I’ll give you a few reasons why I think all PT’s should go: 1) it will make PT’s and PT more visible to the legislature. 2) an opportunity to meet those from other practice settings you don’t get involved with, even if this doesn’t affect you. 3) It is a useful tool that should be in the OP PT’s toolbox, not just limited to chiropractors. 4) you never know when you might need to have it done to you.
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