As of April 2004, the state of Wisconsin requires that all physical therapists applying for license renewal complete a total of four hours of ethics and jurisprudence education. To help therapists comply, the WPTA is offering this course through the interactive platform of EDUCATA. WPTA members receive a 10% discount, see details below.
You can learn more about this course here.
ACL Rehab and Return to Sport Testing by Kelcie Wittman, DPT, SCS
June 8, 2017
UW Health at the American Center, Room TBD
Fee: $95 WPTA Member/$115 Non-Member
Attire: Lab/Athletic clothes
Course is limited to 20 people!
For more information and to download a registration form, click below.
House of Delegates Meeting - Boston, MA
APTA NEXT - Boston, MA
Visit http://www.apta.org/next/ for more information.
Presenters: Bob Kroll, PT, and Lynn Steffes, PT, DPT
Date: June 29, 2017
Time: 11 am - Noon pm CT (1 CEU)
Meets Ethics and Jurisprudence requirements
Webinar will be recorded and available for purchase at www.wpta.org at a later date.
Webinar Limited to 100 Participants!
To download the registration form, click here.
Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation is a strong payer and offers a great opportunity for serving our injured workers. The
presenters will discuss how the physical therapist can establish themselves as an integral and effective member of the worker’s
compensation team. They will review the role of the PT in injury prevention and resolution, and how to work effectively with
payers, employers and claims managers. Participants will also learn how to document and bill within this system.
Robert Kroll, PT, graduated from UW-Madison and has over 30 years of clinical experience managing work-related injuries. During his 20+
years in private practice, he specialized in industrial rehabilitation and prevention services and managed the business development, operations
and marketing, for his Milwaukee based out-patient therapy clinics. He established and managed multiple on-site work programs as well,
providing rehabilitation, injury prevention and consultation services. In addition to his practice, Bob consulted with numerous insurance and
injury management companies on physical therapy utilization, and was an Ergonomic Consultant and Medical Case Manager for a national
injury management company. Bob is now VP of Business Development for Homelink Therapy Network, a national therapy network developed to
partner payers and employers with local independent therapy clinics who have a focus on providing functional, evidence based and outcomes
oriented treatment programs.
Lynn Steffes, PT, DPT, is a 1981 graduate of Northwestern University, and completed her Transitional DPT in 2010. She served as a Network
Administrator for a group of 50+ private practice clinics where her primary responsibilities included marketing, payer and provider relations and
contract management. In addition Dr. Steffes is active in her profession on the Nominating Committee for the Private Practice Section of APTA,
and the WPTA, serving as the Chapter’s Reimbursement Specialist. She is President/Consultant of Steffes & Associates, a rehabilitation consulting
service. She provides consulting services to rehab providers nation-wide.
Location: Chapter Office, 3510 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI
Location: Madison Marriott West, Middleton
6-10pm, at WPTA Fall Conference, Madison Marriott West, Middleton, WI
Location: Country Springs Hotel - Waukesha