Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Adjunct Instructors Represent PT for Day on the Hill

Two of our adjunct instructors joined over 90 other PT's and students in Topeka, Kansas on January 25, 2011 for the Kansas Physical Therapy Association's annual Day on the Hill.

This event is designed to raise awareness among state legislators about issues of importance to the practice of physical therapy in Kansas and the United States.

Mark Dwyer (back row, second from the left in the picture below) is a therapist and president of KPTA. He teaches Health Care Management in our entry-level curriculum.

Christina Wisdom (middle row, second from the left in the picture below) is a therapist and member of KPTA's Board of Directors. She teaches PT Assessment I, PT Assessment II and Clinical Procedures II in our entry-level curriculum.

Many thanks to  Mark, Christina and all the other therapists and students who advocated on our behalf in Topeka!


Members of the KPTA Board of Directors join Kansas Governor Sam Brownback
during KPTA's Day on the Hill (January 25, 2011)