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continued joins thousands of physical therapy professionals at CSM

Team members from continued attended the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM), held Feb. 12-15 in Denver, Colorado.

This annual event is the largest physical therapy conference in the country.

This year’s conference brought together a record-breaking 18,000 physical therapy professionals and students to connect with the physical therapy community and participate in speciality-specific sessions.

"An immense pride comes from attending CSM and seeing what our colleagues are doing to further improve the practice of physical therapy." — Calista Kelly

PhysicalTherapy.com presenter Mike Studer (center) with PhysicalTherapy.com editor Calista Kelly and assistant editor Josh Malcolm.
continued team members greeted conference attendees at a booth representing PhysicalTherapy.com. Booth visitors received a PhysicalTherapy.com-branded stopwatch and could enter to win one of three grand prizes that included AirPods Pro and a lifetime membership to PhysicalTherapy.com.

“CSM is the place to be for PT networking across the practice areas," said Calista Kelly, PT, DPT, managing editor of PhysicalTherapy.com. “An immense pride comes from attending CSM and seeing what our colleagues are doing to further improve the practice of physical therapy. As a physical therapist, it reenergizes me when I see others brought together for one single goal: to help our patients and clients to be the best they can be.”

continued's PhysicalTherapy.com is a platinum-level sponsor of the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research (FPTR). A portion of this sponsorship is directed to the FPTR legacy fund, which awards scholarships to deserving applicants pursuing careers in research. Additionally, continued donated three iPads for a giveaway at the FPTR booth. 

02.17.20


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