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Component Profile

APTA Kansas

PT Members: 763
PTA Members: 160
Student Members: 345
Total Members: 1,268
(as of 06/30/2020)

http://www.kpta.com

Contact Details
Elizabeth Schumacher
121 W State
Geneva, IL 60134
Phone: (312)618-0992
Email: info@kpta.com
Events
No upcoming events.
Leadership and Groups

President

Camille M. Snyder, PT, DPT

Vice-President

Aimee N. Riegel, PT, DPT

Secretary

William Joseph Condon, Jr, PT

Treasurer

Thomas M. Van Towle, PT, DPT

Chief Delegate

Anthony Joseph Thomas, PT, DPT, MS

Board Liaison

Susan A. Appling, PT, DPT, PhD

Program Chair

Terry Butler, PT

Committees

  • Bylaws
  • Ethics
  • Finance
  • Legislative
  • Membership
  • Nominating
  • Professional Competency
  • Programming
  • Reimbursement
  • Research
  • Standards and Practice
  • Student


Special Interest Groups

  • Student

Benefits
  • Advocacy on State Legislation and Regulation
  • Chapter List serve
  • Dissemination of recent research to improve our clinical skills
  • Free Peer Reviews
  • Multiple continuing education opportunities per year from 2 state conferences and 1 town meeting (at a discounted rate)
  • Newsletter Trigger Points
  • Representation to and education of the large insurers in the State of Kansas, such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Strong representation in the Kansas Legislature to advocate for the PT profession and the patients we serve
  • Tracking of CEU hours. Hours are updated weekly on the KPTA website and are automatically reported to the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts near the end of a tracking cycle (There is an additional fee for this service)


State Licensing Agency

http://www.fsbpt.org/FreeResources/LicensingAuthoritiesContactInformation.aspx

Accredited Schools

Directory of PT Accredited Schools

How Your Chapter Works

Each chapter is governed by an elected board of directors, all of whom are available to discuss issues affecting the association and the physical therapy profession. The chapter president is responsible for governing and directing all chapter activities. The chief delegate participates in the House of Delegates, which is the highest decision-making body of the association, and makes decisions on issues that frequently have far-reaching implications for the association and the profession. To reach the president, the chief delegate, or other chapter officers, contact the chapter office listed above.